Facebook is an awesome community. Born as a place to hang out with your friends, it has evolved into a great venue to further develop principles of online marketing for businesses and causes large and small. Those principles incorporate the basics of online communication. We began to learn online communication early on through email lists
Google+ was barely out of the box and Danny Sullivan at SearchEngineland was chiding Google for its inhospitability to brands. Google said it wasn’t quite ready but that didn’t stop SeachEngineLand and a bunch of other media and corporate folks to get something resembling a brand page up. And some of them looked pretty good.
Let the games begin! The big news this week was Google’s June 28 announcement of its new Google+ social network that include “circles” of friends and bunches of other features. My tweetdeck is getting throttled on the search term “Google” and it looks like revolution in Egypt! But no, it’s yet another revolution in Internet
A couple of months ago I was signed into my gmail account and searching the Internet on Google when I noticed an innocuous “Plus-1” appended to the hits. I posted a query to my Facebook page asking my friends – many of them journalists and others active in the social web – what they thought
Google unveiled its latest development in search today. Google Instant Search predicts your search query and gives you results as you type – that is, unless you are searching for something unseemly – yes we checked.