spinach is my fav btw
Comment from Sharon:
Given they have pushed back the roll-out date overall and now this, I wonder what is going on? I haven’t heard of major issues with the new timeline so am wondering what is behind this.
Facebook takes Timeline away from New Zealanders One of my old adages is: when you are stuck, do the opposite of what a computer expert tells you.
That implies that whatever a computer expert tells you is the opposite of the truth.
So it was the case today with Facebook Timeline. Despite going on about how New Zealanders would get Timeline ﬁrst, ahead of the rest of the world, the opposite has happened.
Those of us on Timeline were demoted back to the old Facebook wall, based on what just happened on my account. It’s the opposite of what Facebook has been telling the world.
Awesome infographic with a lot to be learned from.
5 Companies That Are Rocking Social Media
What do these and other companies have in common? Other than devoting their serious attention and marketing dollars to social media, these brands have added value to consumers’ lives with:
- Product support,
- (Top notch) customer service, and/or
How is your brand using
digitalsocial media? #backtobasics
IBM report: iPhones and iPads accounted for 10.2% of Black Friday online retail traffic - Apple 2.0 - Fortune Tech
Comments from Sharon: Unbelievable statistics given the overall sales volume.
Bloggers and marketers are always aiming to weave magic by placing their brand in front of as many people as possible without having to show up.
What Google Did Next (understanding Google’s plan and the future of social media marketing) | Social Media Today →
Google did not just unleash a viable alternative to Facebook it also let loose a bandwagon with sufficient space for the world and its wife to leap upon. And that’s exactly what has been happening. From blogs to newspapers to newspaper blogs to columnists and commentators the buzz is: ‘Google vs Facebook – who’s going to win?’
I’ve been writing a lot about Google , but that’s partly because it’s a very interesting social network environment, and it gives me a lot of opportunity to study a social network at its birth. Once you’ve been on Twitter or Facebook or wherever for a while, you take for granted what it was like in the beginning. This time, I’m capturing interesting things that might be of value.
Twitter users are reporting receiving direct messages (DMs) from other members of the network, cheekily asking if it is them who is pictured in a photo, video or mentioned in a blog post.