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  1. 1. STUDY: Social Business Strategy - Vision, Purpose and Value drive a new era of digital engagement

    STUDY: Social Business Strategy - Vision, Purpose and Value drive a new era of digital engagement

    In an era when media is largely created and broadcast by the few to the many, social media emerged to facilitate the co-creation of media in addition to creating it. While difficult to trace its origins, the philosophy of social media dates back to the mid-1990s.

  2. 2. Self-Serve Information: Now, We're All Passive-Aggressive

    Self-Serve Information: Now, We're All Passive-Aggressive

    Guest Post by Jay Baer, a hype-free social media and content strategist & speaker, and author of Youtility: Why Smart Marketing is About Help not Hype. Jay is the founder of http://convinceandconvert.com and host of the Social Pros podcast.

  3. 3. YOU are at the center of The Conversation Prism

    YOU are at the center of The Conversation Prism

    JESS3 and I debuted versions 4.0 and 4.1 of The Conversation Prism (TCP) recently to an overwhelming response. Thank you. The initial post was intended to share the evolution of the popular infographic along with the transformation of the social landscape over all.

  4. 4. The 2013 Social Media Landscape [Infographic]

    The 2013 Social Media Landscape [Infographic]

    After almost two-and-half years, it is with great pleasure that I officially unveil the fourth edition of The Conversation Prism. Viewed and downloaded millions of times over, The Conversation Prism in its various stages has captures snapshot of important moments in the history and evolution of Social Media.

  5. 5. Your invitation to events in Paris and London

    Your invitation to events in Paris and London

    These last few months have certainly been a wonderful whirlwind. With the debut of What's the Future of Business (WTF), a research report co-produced with Altimeter Group colleague Charlene Li ( The Evolution of Social Business: Six Stages of Social Media Transformation), and the roll out of the all new Conversation Prism (v 4.0), I've been inspired by all of your support each step of the way.

  6. 6. SnapChat Targets Tweens with SnapKidz - Hide your kids, hide your wife, hide your husband...

    SnapChat Targets Tweens with SnapKidz - Hide your kids, hide your wife, hide your husband...

    Snapchat has yet to show any signs of self-destructing. In fact, it's blowing up. Nielsen recently reported that Snapchat had more than 8 million unique users in May 2013 with adults on Nielsen's U.S. panel accessing the app on average 34 times that month.

  7. 7. Doing Good Means Good Business: Peter Glatzer and Adrian Grenier Make SHFT Happen

    Doing Good Means Good Business: Peter Glatzer and Adrian Grenier Make SHFT Happen

    Conversations about the environment and sustainability are important. But, there may be a prevailing sense that those doing the talking might inadvertently create an "us versus them" conversation. Instead, there is an opportunity to consider everyday lifestyle center point to then examine how the choices we make impact society from a personal point of view.

  8. 8. Small Business Survey: Technology a Challenge and Opportunity, Steve Jobs Recognized as Idol

    Small Business Survey: Technology a Challenge and Opportunity, Steve Jobs Recognized as Idol

    Did you know that the 23 million small businesses in America account for 54% of all U.S. sales? Did you know that small businesses provide 55% of all jobs and 66% of all net new jobs since the 1970s? While big business has eliminated four million jobs since 1990, small businesses added eight million.

  9. 9. Disruptive Selection: Nature's Way of Weeding Out the Average Business

    Disruptive Selection: Nature's Way of Weeding Out the Average Business

    Disruption! It's everywhere. I live in Silicon Valley where many say that the terms disrupt and disruption have become buzzwords. Pundits believe that the word is losing its promise and impact through the acts and examples of entrepreneurs and businesses that misuse the word to describe intentions rather than associating it with a desired or natural effect.

  10. 10. Plugging into the Future of Humanity: Exploring the Human API

    Plugging into the Future of Humanity: Exploring the Human API

    I had the opportunity to present at LeWeb in Paris, arguably Europe's largest conference dedicated to the future of technology. The theme of the conference explored the Internet of Things, where devices and things connect to one another to perform certain tasks and/or track activities to improve what we already do or make possible what we're trying to do.

  11. 11. Content is King! Amazon Invests Millions In Original TV Shows...But Why?

    Content is King! Amazon Invests Millions In Original TV Shows...But Why?

    My friend Tim Stenovec (@TimSteno) just published a great story on Amazon's move to create original programming a la Netflix for The Huffington Post. He was kind enough to include me in his article (thank you Tim). He sent along a few questions as I was boarding my flight from NY to LA.

  12. 12. Tune in with Twitter TV

    Tune in with Twitter TV

    Have you ever watched TV while using a laptop, smart phone, or tablet? Wait, why am I asking. Of course you have. That's what we all do now right? So I guess the real question to ask is how often do you use Twitter vs. Facebook while watching TV?

  13. 13. Be a Tool: Properly Resource Your Enterprise for Social Media

    Be a Tool: Properly Resource Your Enterprise for Social Media

    Guest post by Danna Vetter, VP, Consumer Strategies, ARAMARK You've heard it all before. You do your research. You write the strategy. You set the goals and objectives. You train your community managers. You go live in two weeks. Facebook announces Timeline. You kick [insert EVERYTHING].

  14. 14. Getting Back to Basics: Why Brands are Getting it Wrong in Social Media

    Getting Back to Basics: Why Brands are Getting it Wrong in Social Media

    Question: What is your #1 advice for social media strategists and managers? Answer: Stop talking about social media Type "social media" into a Google search bar and you'll find roughly about 4.7 billion results in .30 seconds. Next, try "social media conference." You'll see something along the lines of 1.2 billion results in .25 seconds.

  15. 15. Internal social networks improve communication + collaboration when empowered to do so

    Internal social networks improve communication + collaboration when empowered to do so

    I received an email from my friend at CIO Journal just as I boarded a United flight from Mexico City to San Francisco. He was on deadline and the topic was too good to miss. I've spent more than a fair amount of time studying and reporting on the social landscape as it pertained to internal engagement, communication and collaboration.

  16. 16. New Digital Influencers: The Coming Youthquake

    New Digital Influencers: The Coming Youthquake

    Elements of inspiration that went on to become my new book, What's the Future of Business, Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences Blame it on the youth they say. Indeed, there's a great assumption that the future of technology falls in the hands of emergent generations.

  17. 17. Part 2: The Broken Link of Social Customer Service

    Part 2: The Broken Link of Social Customer Service

    Part Two. An edited excerpt of What's the Future of Business, Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences In Part 1 of this series, The First Mile: The Broken Link of Social Media Customer Service, we reviewed the opportunities and challenges that face any business seeking to engage customers in social networks.

  18. 18. The First Mile: The Broken Link of Social Media Customer Service

    The First Mile: The Broken Link of Social Media Customer Service

    Part One. An edited excerpt of What's the Future of Business, Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences For all that social media is doing to change business for the better, it's not yet enough. Interview any executive and ask them what their priority business goals are for 2013 and I'm sure you'll see some element of customer-centricity on the list.

  19. 19. The Imminent Shift from Social to Digital Engagement

    The Imminent Shift from Social to Digital Engagement

    How do you define engagement? No matter how you define it, engagement is something that we most likely underestimate. Engagement symbolizes the touches that occur in various moments of truth and this should completely change not only how you engage someone in each moment but also how the inside of your company works with one another to make it frictionless and experiential.

  20. 20. Without Analytics, Big Data is Just Noise

    Without Analytics, Big Data is Just Noise

    Guest post by Eric Schwartzman, founder and CEO of Comply Socially, which helps employers manage the risk and capitalize on the opportunities of social media in the workplace. Follow him on Twitter @EricSchwartzman The online Boston Marathon bombing witch-hunt last week dragged social media down to a new low.

  21. 21. TNN (Twitter News Network) Trumps CNN....Again

    TNN (Twitter News Network) Trumps CNN....Again

    Like many, I found myself gripped by the real-time reports that poured in on the evening of April 19th...Boston Police were in close pursuit of the second Boston Marathon bombing suspect. Up to this point, I mostly followed the story via @CNN and CNNLive.

  22. 22. It's The End of Business as Usual in Japan

    It's The End of Business as Usual in Japan

    I'm so excited. As I type, I'm moments away from heading to SFO to visit Tokyo for the first time in years... Shortly before the official launch of What's the Future of Business, I spent several weeks writing new chapters for The End of Business as Usual . Why?

  23. 23. The Dim Light at the End of the Funnel

    The Dim Light at the End of the Funnel

    Over the years, businesses have developed sales, marketing and service strategies around the funnel. Awareness, interest, desire, action, to this day, describes the likely steps a customer may take in making a decision. Over the years, it was assumed that the liner path would also continue through a transaction to a state of loyalty and ultimately advocacy.

  24. 24. Be on your best behavior! Behavioral expert Kare Anderson on how to design idyllic experiences

    Be on your best behavior! Behavioral expert Kare Anderson on how to design idyllic experiences

    "If we feel instinctively liked by someone else then we tend to project unto them the qualities we like in other people...and that's priceless." Those are the wise words of Kare Anderson, expert on the art and science of understanding and perfecting behavioral cues. As she shares, emotion precedes rational thought.

  25. 25. The 9 Laws of Affinity in an Era of Digital Darwinism

    The 9 Laws of Affinity in an Era of Digital Darwinism

    We are indeed witnessing what can be best described as the end of business as usual. With the closure or dwindling performance of businesses once regarded as too big to fail or with the rise of every new Occupy-like movement around the world, we are reminded of the grand chasm that exists between consumer values and the values of today's businesses.