Blogs are no longer the only tool that can change your business. B.L. Ochman reports on BusinessWeek’s latest article on how social media can impact your business. However, note in the comments “how many say they still don’t know what a blog is, let alone social media.”
Mobile and online video are going to continue to heat up the social media space for 2008, and ‘Cross the Breeze tells us some tips for improving online video.
Some newspapers get it, as evidenced by The Way of the Web, sharing a story on crowdsourcing. The Dallas News has made a large number of documents relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy available to the public for consumption. They are asking people to provide tips on particularly interesting points found in the documents.
Are you planning on attending Blogger Social this year? If so, check out Sticky Finger’s posts which highlights profiles of some attendees (more to come). From A-Z, take a quick look at the “who’s who” of Blogger Social ’08.
Joseph Jaffe produces a quick case study on the potential of Twitter as a powerful communication and communal tool. He tried an experiment to see how quickly he could reach 1,000 followers, resulting in the comment that Twitter beats blogging “hands down as a means to activate immediate response/impact.”
Experience Curve’s Karl Long comments on the Cluetrain Manifesto, ten years later.