Posts:November 2011, Social Media
by Nancy Martira| November 29, 2011
What would you do for five dollars? Fiverr, a new site that still is beta, is asking people around the world this question. And if you have a compelling answer to this question, you could be five dollars richer in 48 hours (okay, four dollars richer after Fiverr takes a cut.) Online and social media […]
Are You a Social Networks Pro?
by Gianni Catalfamo| November 28, 2011
Royal Pingdom found 29 social networks with more than one million visitors per day. The data is as of February 2011, but I think it still testifies the fact that I am not the pro I thought I was. Take a look at the list of social networks below and see how many you are […]
What Does ‘Respect the Internet’ Mean to You?
by Jonathan Kopp| November 23, 2011
Once panelists from this year’s “Respect the Internet” exited the stage, we took them to the green room with the goal of getting them to answer one question: “What does it mean to respect the Internet?” A few highlights from their responses are below, but you’ll want to watch the short video to hear from […]
Social Networking: A Pedestal or Grave?
Sungbong Lee is President of Prain, Ketchum’s exclusive affiliate partner in Korea. How much influence does social networking have in today’s political campaigns? Let’s take a look at the recent mayoral election in Korea to find out. Results indicate that social networking in Korea also carries a force larger than what we envision when effective […]
Making the Offline and Online World Intersect
by Ryan Shell| November 14, 2011
Thanks to the digital world, the time has come for us to constantly think about how things can be improved upon, and even be done differently, when dealing with any sort of messaging. Allow me to give an example of exactly what I’m talking about. I’m based out of New York City and take the […]
The Power of Social Networks in Singapore
John Bailey is Managing Director of ICON International Communications, Ketchum’s exclusive affiliate partner in Singapore and Australia. The power of social networks to mobilize popular opinion has been seen in situations as diverse as the Arab Spring and the 2008 election of U.S. president Barack Obama. But on a much smaller scale, it is clear that companies […]