I know TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington wrote about this earlier, but I wanted to offer some thoughts as it relates to Facebook’s latest privacy” crisis of faith”. With more and more talk about whatÂ Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly (and yet to be proven) said via instant message that gave people the impression that privacy is just another… Continue reading Social Networking Revival: It Might Be MySpace’s Time To Shine Over Facebook
This past Wednesday, I was invited to what appeared to be a “secret concert” organized by the Myspace social network. Held at the Regency Theater in San Francisco, this concert series was perhaps the first time I heard something cool coming out of Myspace. Yes, I’ve heard that Myspace has become pretty much the de… Continue reading How Myspace Is Reinventing Itself With Secret Concerts.
Being an interactive marketing evangelist, one of the big things that I’m having issues with resolving is how to use Facebook as a marketing tool for an individual. On a personal level, Facebook can be a typical social network site like Myspace or Friendster. However, for marketing professionals using Facebook, it can easily become a… Continue reading The two faces of Facebook
Now before you say anything, I’m sure that all three of the above mentioned applications are probably best used in collaboration with each other to help accentuate your brand online. BUT, what I’m asking is which of the three: Twitter, Facebook, or setting up your own blog, would help create more “buzz” for your brand?… Continue reading Twitter, Facebook, or Blogging: Which is a better extension of your brand?