Combining “Olympic App Competition” with open data and open social media policies would have made 2012 the most interactive Olympics ever.
Rebel Mouse does not just aggregate your social content; it adds dimensions that let others quickly—and subconsciously—consume it
Don’t fight the Facebook Timeline. Use it to connect to others by telling your story in a wholly new way.
Enabling Business Pages to geo-target Wall content to their Fans would create the game-changer of the decade
Chris Brogan recently blogged, that “there’s no sizzling fajita effect online.” That is, online commerce does not provide that visceral experience to causes others around you to buy the same thing on an impulse. Social media can be a proxy for the ‘sizzling fajita’—if used correctly.
Why did Facebook succeed (where MySpace failed)? What led an odd thing like Twitter to be so valuable? Why did LinkedIN beat entrenched careers sites? How did Groupon get so valuable, so quickly? The answer lies in how they created value first for their members–then leveraged this at scale to reward their investors.