What is There to Market?

Regardless of what vertical market you serve, if you make any kind of physical product, your industry is about to be disrupted by automated manufacturing.

Intel iQ – A Social Media Marketing Experiment

Intel’s new iQ social publishing site provides Intel customers, employees, and channel partners with useful content that they can share via social media, with the intent of focusing readers’ eyeballs and attention on Intel’s chips and the products they power.

Data You Need to Make Content Go Viral

Bitly was one of the first, and remains one of the most popular URL-shortening sites, making it easy to collect, organize, shorten and share links. In addition to its open public API, one of bitly’s nicest features is the analytics pane where you can track what happens when a link you’ve shortened gets shared around the web. These links […]

The Psychology of Social Commerce

Those clever folks over at TabJuice have put together an excellent infographic summarizing the psychological factors influencing social marketing. Companies leveraging social media to make you buy something are taking advantage of well-known cognitive biases – the mental rules of thumb that speed the decision-making process, though not always in your best interest. In particular, […]

comScore: Facebook Dominates Time Spent on Social Networks

As of August 2011, 90% of all time on social networks was spent on Facebook.