It’s baa-aack! Socialnomics clip shares new numbers

Hello readers. If you have been in the audience of a social media seminar or two, chances are you would have seen an Eric Qualman social media video. Back in 2010 when I started speaking on the topic of social media, I remember the first Qualman clip being a big hit on the conference circuit – but it didn’t take long before those in the … Continue reading It’s baa-aack! Socialnomics clip shares new numbers

Live-tweeting: from joy to disasters

Undoubtedly one of the great features of Twitter is the ability to live-tweet something happening right now. Today we regularly see journalists live-tweeting from press conferences and, increasingly, the courtroom depending on which jurisdiction they operate in. People live-tweet from conferences and sports clubs like Port Adelaide Football Club live-tweet their matches (in this case using the #pafclive hashtag). Live tweeting childbirth Recently, one of the … Continue reading Live-tweeting: from joy to disasters

The networks we’ve tried .. and abandoned

Why do some social networks thrive, while others fail? I’m sure you can all list a few social tools you eagerly tried out and then promptly forgot. I asked some of my friends if they’d tried and abandoned a social network or tool – and why. You’ll probably find yourself agreeing with them, while in other cases their answers will surprise you: Vern Schulz: The social … Continue reading The networks we’ve tried .. and abandoned