Archive | March, 2009

links for 2009-03-31

PR 2.0: The Conversation Prism v2.0 Brian Solis starts to gain real IP from the prism. (tags: conversationprism briansolis visualisation) Last.fm Temporarily Backs Down from International Subscription Fees Looks like Last.fm have been taking business planning lessons from Facebook. I don't know. I just don't know. (tags: adamostrow lastfm)

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links for 2009-03-28

How to do social media right in 2009 « Technobabble 2.0 Nice presentation featured by Johnny here. Particularly interesting, the case studies. (tags: socialmedia casestudy presentation technobabble)

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Does Google return 651,000,000 hits for Microsoft – or just 414?

Do this: Go to Google (whichever flavour you can access – annoyingly I can only see google.co.uk) Search for microsoft (or just click here) Take a look at the ‘Results’ figure, towards the top right of the page. It should say something like ‘Results 1 – 10 of about 650,000,000′. That’s quite a few results, […]

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Yahoo Pipe to filter for British English

Why are there so many Americans online? It’s probably not that much of a puzzler. There’s a lot of them around anyway, and they’re often several years ahead of Old Europe technologically. And they do like to talk. But that doesn’t help people like me when I need to monitor UK traffic. Sure, you can […]

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Should the BBC link more, or think more?

So the BBC has quoted me. If you think I’m blowing my own trumpet here, you’re right. The BBC is a big target for PR. If you get a client mention on the BBC, it’s a high point. I worked with the people behind The Box, and while I wasn’t present at the sell-in, it […]

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Measurement Camp, the BBC, and The Next Big Thing

So last Wednesday I was at Measurement Camp, this time in the swanky offices of Dare Digital. The format is still evolving under the laid-back yet effective stewardship of Will McInnes (check out his survey, it’s hilarious), so this time we had a couple of presentations from past projects, then some quicker breakouts in which […]

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links for 2009-03-26

QDOS – measure your internet status Interesting approach to measurement, could be useful sometime (tags: measurement metrics qdos fame) How to lose a job via Twitter « Technobabble 2.0 Oh dear. Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I sense another reluctant web 2.0 hero – or should that be a Web 2.zero? – about to […]

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links for 2009-03-25

tweetcloud – what's being said? If only you could do a cloud… for tweets… (tags: visualisation twitter wordcloud tweetcloud) Guy Kawasaki Discloses Ghost Writers, Defuses Issue | davefleet.com Guy Kawasaki, creator of Alltop and Truemors, has three other people writing through his Twitter account on his behalf. I have to say, despite myself, I do […]

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links for 2009-03-24

Top Twitter Friends Quite a smart twitter network viz tool, but I'm not absolutely sure how we can use this? If it could give us some sort of score for, what, closeness or something, that would be useful. (tags: visualisation microblogging twitter) FreshNetworks Blog » Blog Archive » Social Media ROI: Measuring the unmeasurable? Comparing […]

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