Monthly Archives: July 2011

Hey, what year is it?

You may not have noticed, but it’s 2011. So why does the copyright notice on your website say 2008? Maybe you’ve ignored it because it’s so small and down at the bottom of the site. Maybe it just feels natural, … Continue reading

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The problem with social currency

The social community was buzzing yesterday about a blatant and unapologetic exploitation of one of our newest methods of expression. The Atlantic reported a few days ago that Plussem.com has been offering to sell “+1”s to websites, in order to … Continue reading

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Why Google Gets Social Better Than Facebook

Google and Facebook have grown up with very different philosophies and very different approaches to their businesses. Facebook is highly focused around a single property. Google casts a wide net, simultaneously developing a whole library of offerings (including public R&D … Continue reading

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Get ahead of the curve and add +1 your site

I’ll be the first to admit that it’s hard to keep up when it comes to social marketing. You tweet, you blog, you post to Facebook. There’s a lot to do to be fully engaged. At the same time, there … Continue reading

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