Google+ Disruptive Potential Reflected by Conference Audiences

Google Plus Disruptive Potential Reflected by Conference AudiencesGoogle Plus Disruptive Potential Reflected by Conference Audiences summarizes insights from audience reactions to Google+ presentations. CSRA launched the Executive’s Guide to Google+ because we thought it had significant disruptive potential for many of our clients, and our recent conference appearances (link to presentation below) have only underlined two of Google+’s unique attractions: your competitors don’t understand it and Google is managing it as a completely different animal, not a social network. Here I’ll share audience reactions to my recent Google+ presentations at public social business conferences and private corporate meetings.


Executive’s Guide to Twitter Releases Free Online Courses

Executives need to get on Twitter so they can understand the potential and the threat to their communications with stakeholders. The problem is, the value proposition isn’t clear, and executives perceive it takes too much time to learn. These free online courses fill that gap. […]

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Twitter: Key Disruptive Innovation of the Decade

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Blogging and Tweeting to Support Your Job Search or Fundraising

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Facebook vs. Twitter Influence on Techcrunch

Facebook vs. Twitter Influence on TechcrunchPersonally and professionally, I find posts that “compare” Twitter and Facebook as if they were competitors largely off-base and useless, but I weighed in on this one on Techcrunch. My thesis is that these venues only “compete” if you care about fickle mass adoption and don’t care about each site’s underlying value proposition. Facebook and Twitter are very different, so comparing them doesn’t make much sense in most cases. In 2009, however, mass media in the United States especially was having a field day talking about Twitter “knocking Facebook off its pedestal,” which was silly. Here’s Techcrunch’s take on it. My response and thoughts are below.


Advertising on Twitter?

How feasible is advertising on Twitter? Is “sponsored” word of mouth likely to work? […]

What and how to Share on Twitter and Facebook

Evaluating off-base media criticism of social networks, and how you can use Twitter and Facebook updates effectively […]

Introducing Twitter Value Vectors: The Key to Building a Quality Following

Introduction to Value Vectors, one of the Executive’s Guide to Twitter’s critical tools for advising firms on creating Twitter presence.. learn how to take the guesswork out of creating your Twitter community of followers […]