Social Web
(This content was originally posted on Keller Fay.) “Dark Social: We Have the Whole History of the Web Wrong.” That’s the provocative headline of Alexis Madrigal’s fascinating story in The Atlantic. The premise of the piece is that most marketing people assume that the social web equals Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. This assumption... Continue Reading →

Is Pheed the New Twitter?

Pheed
Miley Cyrus seems to think so. As does Ashley Tisdale, David Guetta, Paris Hilton, Chris Brown, and thousands of others who have joined the site in a matter of days. So what is Pheed? In short, think of it as Twitter, with a business plan. We always hear of “the-next-greatest-idea” social network that thinks it... Continue Reading →

Video in 140 Characters?

Twitter
According to Wikipedia, “Twitter is an online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as ‘tweets.’” Twitter’s brand personality is that of a service that allows us to communicate with each other in short, text-based messages. One could argue that... Continue Reading →
[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/120723_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Still not on Google Plus? A lot of people aren’t, but maybe they should be.  In a new survey that measures user satisfaction of social media websites, Google Plus came out on top, while Facebook’s score was at a record low.  Google Plus’ growth has been slow... Continue Reading →
Facebook
I remember the hype going into the Facebook IPO and how people were literally drooling over what was to be the seminal event to reinvigorate our financial markets, create wealth for thousands and cement Facebook as the success story of this generation. Well two out of three ain’t bad. Many thought of this as a... Continue Reading →
MySpace
MySpace is starting to crawl back from the dead. The social networking site announced that it added over 1 million users in December, mostly due to the success of its new music player. MySpace’s music library now consists of around 42 million songs. Read the full article at CBSNews.com... Continue Reading →