The Social Media Scoreboard

photo credit: shoothead You’ve probably seen people on Twitter or Facebook yammering about “Wow, I only need 17 more followers or fans to hit 2000” (or  10000 or whatever). If you’ve used Twitter, you know that there’s a curve there and when you round it, it’s like drinking from a firehose. Stowe Boyd talks a […]

Seth, Harvard and understanding social network users

photo credit: James Jordan Today’s guest post comes from Professor Mikolaj Jan Piskorski from the Harvard Business School. HBS’s Sean Silverthorne summarizes of the article: Many business leaders are mystified about how to reach potential customers on social networks such as Facebook. “Understanding users of social networks” provides a fresh look into the interpersonal dynamics of these […]

Twitter just doesnt make sense for business

Or maybe it does. See what Chris’ argument in today’s guest post, which is chock full of reasons why Twitter just might make sense for your business.

Insomnia and the Social Media Roadmap

The other night, Chris Brogan twittered that he couldn’t sleep. Not too much later, he tweeted again to say that he ended up writing a blog post. IMO, he needs to sleep less if this is the kind of stuff he creates when insomnia strikes. Today’s guest post from Chris is a great getting started […]