Some surprising information on here. If you wondered what the typical Internet user is like, this info graphic will help you figure it out.
The average person spends 66 hrs/ month on Facebook. Really? Facebook? What’s so great about facebook that we feel we need to spend so much time on it? To talk to your friends? You pay for a phone for a reason. To play games? How many of you have an X Box or Wii that you could do just that? Here is a pretty neat graphic that gives a visual run down of the internet statistics we always wonder about…or perhaps should. Click on the image to see e … Read More
Facebook has really accomplished something hasn’t it? It took MySpace’s spot and looks like it might even muscle out Google/Microsoft as well. I don’t know if that is a helpful thing.
Janrain, a user management platform that enables third party sign-in with 18 different providers, including Facebook, Google, and Twitter; is releasing its Q1 2011 report today. Janrain’s report analyzes data from networks for social login and social sharing across the 350,000 websites worldwide that use Janrain sign-in product, Engage. For the first time in a year, Facebook has surpassed Google as the consumer preference for signing into Interne … Read More
I didn’t know some of these things. MySpace is losing membership at an increasing rate. Do you think they are related? People jump ship for Twitter?
Gerardo Obieta created a beautiful “Twitter on Paper” infographic based on statistics that Twitter CEO Evan Williams announced at the Chirp Twitter conference in San Francisco. For the full size, click the infographic, or click here. … Read More
Book Review: The New Influencers: A Marketers Guide to the New Social Media 9781884956652: Paul Gillin: Books
Amazon.com: The New Influencers: A Marketers Guide to the New Social Media 9781884956652: Paul Gillin: Books. I really liked this book. The stories were illustrative of the concepts that he discussed. Some of the things like the discussion of MySpace was weird, but hey for a 2007 book it aged very well. This would be a good introductory book for those interested in Social Media/Marketing.
What are the chances this would happen? Order in chaos.
california online impersonation law goes into effect jan 1, 2011 (via XKV8R: The Official Blog of Dr. Robert R. Cargill)
I don’t see how this helps. Anyone who knows enough to forge identity is usually smart enough to hide himself.
A new California state law, SB 1411, goes into effect today, which makes it a misdemeanor to maliciously impersonate someone via a social media outlet or through e-mails. The bill is in response to a rise cybercrime that uses online anonymity on blogs, email, and other social networking sites to harm, intimidate, threaten, and defraud others, not unlike the seemingly never-ending saga of Dr. Golb and the Dead Sea Scrolls that played out in New Y … Read More
Social Media – Life-Saving Technology at WomansDay.com. I guess there are cases where Social Media can save lives. Who would have thought?