Archive: September 30th, 2011

INFOGRAPHIC: How Frequent Fliers Use Social Networking Services And Airline Loyalty Programs

INFOGRAPHIC: How Frequent Fliers Use Social Networking Services And Airline Loyalty Programs

Here’s something you might not be aware of: over 80 percent of people who participate in an airline’s loyalty program never obtain enough miles to redeem a flight, while those who do obtain enough miles fly so often that they’re unlikely to want to fly again.

Social Networking: How Powerful Are Your Social Circles?

Social Networking: How Powerful Are Your Social Circles?

In a recent Harvard Business Review blog, David Armano writes about the six pillars of influence that leads to measurably favorable outcomes.

10 of the Weirdest Social Networks

10 of the Weirdest Social Networks

At the last count, 33% of the world’s population were online. The chances are then, that out of all of those billions of people people spread across the continents of the world and over the rolling oceans, there are going to be a few interesting individuals.

Social Wars: The Enterprise Strikes Back

Social Wars: The Enterprise Strikes Back

In the transition to Enterprise 2.0 capitalism, the incumbent provider of the 1.0 IT infrastructure generally wins with its bolt-on, all-in-one 2.0 offering. Second of a three-part series.