How social can you be to influence someone?

So while I was on Twitter early this morning, I came across this post where Shiv Singh had written an article/paper on why people and companies should “Think Social Influence Marketing in 2008” and after reviewing it, it definitely makes a lot of sense…and when you read it yourself, you’ll probably think that it’s common… Continue reading How social can you be to influence someone?

Search for your political vote

Just read an article from Techmeme that was posted in the New York Times today about how politicians running for their party’s nomination are heading to Mountain View, California to reach out to the people of Google to spread their message about why they should vote for them in the presidential primary. The article talks… Continue reading Search for your political vote

From Twittering thumbs to extreme Utterances and to Seesmic expressions: the Evolution of Communication

I’ve noticed over the course of the past few weeks, there has been a huge evolution in how people communicate in the digital age. If you’ve been on your cell phone and also on the Internet, then sending and receiving text messages isn’t anything new and is used quite often by the younger generation (those… Continue reading From Twittering thumbs to extreme Utterances and to Seesmic expressions: the Evolution of Communication