Archive: July 12th, 2011

Formspring’s Marketing Moment Comes With Its First Promoted Question Of The Day

Formspring’s Marketing Moment Comes With Its First Promoted Question Of The Day

Social Q&A site Formspring, where more than 3 billion questions have been answered so far, had a marketing moment today. For the first time, the Question of the Day was a promoted question: “What do you think would happen if apes took over? #apeswillrise”

The iPad Was Built For Something Like StumbleUpon, Now They Have A Worthy App

The iPad Was Built For Something Like StumbleUpon, Now They Have A Worthy App

Since its inception, StumbleUpon has always been one of the most perfect lean-back apps. Long before anyone even used that term, the StumbleUpon toolbar took various pages on the web and allowed you to quickly jump between them to find new things of interest.

Google+: Building a Use Case for the Enterprise

Google+: Building a Use Case for the Enterprise

You knew this was coming. Google’s latest attempt at social networking has everyone talking, but more importantly it has everyone trying to twist and mold it into specific user groups.

Awareness Lets Users Manipulate Data From Social Campaigns With Social Intelligence Dashboard

Awareness Lets Users Manipulate Data From Social Campaigns With Social Intelligence Dashboard

It’s rare for businesses today not to do some social media marketing for promotions and online engagement, but not everyone knows how to actually use the data gathered from these activities. Awareness, Inc., (news, site) creator of Social Marketing Hub, has recently launched a reporting module that gives access to detailed analysis for social marketing data.