Remember the polls on television that allowed anyone to call a number and cast a vote on political, national and other topics? Where did they go? You can scale a lot of things – usually it requires bigger budgets and/or change in technology. You can buy audiences and make your […]
I love Facebook events. They let me and my friends to create and organize events, to keep track of any changes etc. Also, Facebook events are a great tool for our clients who organize various kinds of activities. That said, Facebook events are terrible for events that last longer than […]
The problem is that if you can’t even explain why your own company does it this way, I am quite unconvinced that it could not be done better. For example, when more than a decade ago I worked with a large British newspaper company, I asked why their papers were so big. Their […]
Because articles covering viral videos – it’s getting old pretty fast.
Number of likes is still one of the numbers that advertisers look at when evaluating their success on social media. Sure, it can be used, but it has lost any long-term importance. To visualise this I will simply show a picture that shows how many people you can reach through […]
Foursquare, I have written some posts on you guys (How foursquare lost track and went for that “platform” thing) – it was a while ago, but in my opinion, still holds true. You know that you have done quite some things wrong – you tried to become a platform instead […]
No surprises – well known truths put in 5 points with short explanations attached. One of the most important indicators is number of fans/followers Number of fans has lost any real connection to the number of reachable audiences. FB page owners will reach as much people as he/she will be […]
Twitter has enabled single tweet analytics for all iOS users who are using the official twitter app. This funcionality breafly appeared during december and the disappeared. Apparently Twitter engineers were already actively testing it.
The American Dream is a national ethos of the United States, a set of ideals in which freedom includes the opportunity for prosperity and success, and an upward social mobility achieved through hard work. In the eyes of marketers, brands and companies social media has always been similar to the American dream […]
Since I don’t agree that comparing country results in Sochi 2014 by their population is fair, it was interesting for me to compile a table that represents the number of participants by country needed for one medal. Enjoy! These are the results after day 10 Data: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_Winter_Olympics http://www.sochi2014.com/en