Social Media

The Rise To The Top

I was recently interviewed for the web and TV show “The Rise To The Top” with host David Siteman Garland. We had fun talking about my recent post Social Media 2012 and managed to veer off into some interesting side theories.

Google Vs. Facebook: Google Me is not a rumor

Google Vs. Facebook: Google Me is not a rumor

Citing a “very credible source,” Digg founder Kevin Rose tweeted that Google is readying “Google Me,” a social network intended to compete with Facebook … The Tweet was now deleted, but not before many sites including Gizmodo, and Louis Gray already wrote about it. TechCrunch confirmed today that it’s not a rumor, it’s real. D’Angelo, who was(…)

Comcast/Xfinity adds social check-ins to TV watching

There’s no question that TV & Social Web are closed together, just like pretty much everything social. From xbox live joint movie watching, to Google TV, and now Comcast’s Tunerfish. Comcast’s Plaxo acquisition has borne fruit beyond its social media address book roots with Tunerfish, aimed at pulling social networking features and TV into one(…)

Social Media 2012: 11 Trends You Should Watch

Social Media 2012: 11 Trends You Should Watch

It’s easy to get caught up in today’s trends or even focus on the next six months. Some of 2009′s biggest trends included an increased emphasis on real-time search and information distribution, while distribution of marketing content in widgets and other pieces of portable content that worked across devices and social spaces also saw its(…)

Social Media 2012 Presentation

I’ve handled two keynotes in the last couple months for both the Figaro Social Media Conference and the Social Media World Forum, both in London, in the last five  months that I really enjoyed working on. The first of those two presentations is called Social Media 2012 and thanks to some persistent poking I’ve been(…)

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