It’s Not Information Overload When You Can Control It.

This is a cross-blog post from Network Solution’s Solutions Are Power website that I guest wrote. Originally posted on SolutionsArePower.com on May 7, 2009. One of the most common issues surrounding social media these days is trouble we’re having getting our message across through the noise. Everyone is online using sites like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Flickr or… Continue reading It’s Not Information Overload When You Can Control It.

The mighty Twitter has fallen. Who shall rise to take its place?

Over the past several weeks, hundreds of thousands, if not millions of  people have become quite irritated over the service (or lack thereof) by their technology dealer: Twitter. Like a powerful drug, Twitter has made the masses go cold turkey almost immediately for the slow and reduced service that we were all once accustomed to.… Continue reading The mighty Twitter has fallen. Who shall rise to take its place?

A marketer’s take on social networking’s mortality rate

In a recent post on the Social Times, Nick O’Neill, a social media newshound (and who seems to be right up there with Mashable, TechCrunch, and Read/Write/Web in reporting great bits of news), has written that social networking sites will be “dead in two years“. That’s an interesting observation, but I think it’s going to take… Continue reading A marketer’s take on social networking’s mortality rate