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Seven Reasons Email is Anti-Social

February 16, 2014 by Angelo Fernando

Ever lost an email, or had someone send you an email to ask you to resend an email from a few weeks ago? Even the ones who say ‘I need three days to catch up with my email.” So I’ve come to the conclusion that email is one of the most not-so-social communication tools we have ever welcomed into our lives.[read more]

Why Your Brand Should Talk to Fans on Twitter

May 7, 2013 by Amie Marse

Social media marketing can take a good chunk of time (and money) out of your week. Between creating content, publishing, and disseminating it, you might feel like you don’t have any time or energy left to engage. However, brands that actively engage their fans through dialogue are the ones that really see a social media marketing payout.[read more]

Time as the Social Competitive Advantage

July 19, 2012 by Jeremy Epstein

It's not just that you respond. It's that you respond quickly and relevantly. The faster and more relevant, the greater the social competitive advantage.[read more]

The “killer app” of social media: What is it?

April 18, 2008 by Stewart Mader

Building Common Ground. Thomas Vander Wal writes about how social media tools can be used to build common ground. What I like about the term common ground is that it doesn't necessarily mean agreement. Too often, I think people assume that social interaction on blogs, wikis, social networks, etc. won't work unless you've got a group of...[read more]

Demographics & Social Interaction Intensity

October 31, 2007 by Steve Mann

I was stunned the other day when I took a look at my son's friend wheel on Facebook and compared the density of the connections he has with those of my own. Here's a side by side comparison: I wish that we had both been on Facebook for the same amount of time because that would be more equitable comparison. But still, that being...[read more]