(Another) new social media metric?

Hot on the heels of Advertising Age's adoption of the Power150 and Edelman's Social Media Index, Judy Gombita of PR Conversations has very kindly forwarded me an extremely interesting article about (yet another) New Way To Standardize The Podosphere*: The newly formed Association for Downloadable Media, based in San Francisco, is setting out to standardize* audience … Continue reading (Another) new social media metric?

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A mischief of mice, a kindle of kittens and an egoplex of bloggers.

Today, collective nouns. There was an interesting debate recently at work. An article was circulated about 'The Cat of Death', featuring a cat called Oscar that apparently has remarkable powers of telepathy: when he curls up near someone at a nursing home, they inevitably curl up and die hours later. I quote: Dr. Joan Teno of … Continue reading A mischief of mice, a kindle of kittens and an egoplex of bloggers.

Youch. Things to do with social media when your ear hurts.

I've got bad earache in one ear. Unfortunately I've been deaf in the other one since the age of five. The doctor's quite worried and therefore, so am I. So it's lots of antiobiotics for me and a possible emergency visit to the Ear Nose and Froat hospital tomorrow. Meanwhile I took the opportunity, while … Continue reading Youch. Things to do with social media when your ear hurts.

The Power150 goes from strength to strength

Todd Andrlik's Power150 ranking of top marketing blogs is joining forces with Advertising Age, the world's leading marketing and media publication. It looks like his metrics will be used as the editorial benchmark when referencing bloggers in print and online (quite literally looks like it - that's what the pullquote graphic says). Todd's inspired a … Continue reading The Power150 goes from strength to strength