5 Reasons Why Most Social Media Strategies Fail

Ad Week‘s Michael Brito breaks down why many social media novices may be going about their branding campaigns ineffectively. His most compelling argument: Every brand has a story. The problem is that many marketers just don’t know how to tell it correctly. Even today, many marketers are still caught up… Read more“5 Reasons Why Most Social Media Strategies Fail”

Hey Affiliate Marketers! It’s Time To Get Social

Facebook has given up on the concept of user privacy; a Twitter crash earlier this week brought the internet’s social life to its knees; and Foursquare has no idea what to do with itself. It’s a critical time for social media. It’s also a critical time for affiliate marketing to… Read more“Hey Affiliate Marketers! It’s Time To Get Social”

3 Ways How Twitter’s Business Center Will Empower Companies

Since spurring a social media revolution a few years ago, Twitter has become a boon for businesses looking to experiment with new methods of customer outreach and publicity. And while Twitter has for the longest time facilitated the spread of news and gossip more than business transactions, the advent of… Read more“3 Ways How Twitter’s Business Center Will Empower Companies”

Update: Hugo Chavez Twitter is Manned By 200 Ghost-Tweeters

Recently, Blue Phoenix Media’s own Jake Slattery wrote about the complications that could arise from Hugo Chavez having an established Twitter following. Although having such a faithful following is simplifying the Venezuelan despot’s desire to maintain a Twitter presence without actually contributing any more tweets. [ viagra porn | viagra… Read more“Update: Hugo Chavez Twitter is Manned By 200 Ghost-Tweeters”

Summary of George G. Moore’s Scoring Summit Keynote

Among some of the main points of TARGUSInfo CEO George G. Moore’s keynote this afternoon from the Scoring Summit: – Data privacy vs. personal privacy: Investigation of the former isn’t at all like the latter. It’s not an invasion of privacy. – An underrated area: The mobility of analytics personnel…. Read more“Summary of George G. Moore’s Scoring Summit Keynote”

Follow Our Coverage of the Scoring Summit All this Week

This week, the TARGUSInfo Scoring Summit is going to take place in the historic Hotel Monteleone, located in New Orleans’ French Quarter, where speakers including Melissa Hilton, of Clearwire, and Ian Ayres, author of Supercrunchers, will talk about the importance of real-time customer scoring. Hilton says: At Clearwire, data is… Read more“Follow Our Coverage of the Scoring Summit All this Week”

Hugo Chavez: Today, Twitter–Tomorrow, the World!

As you’ve probably heard, your favorite socialist dictator and mine—beloved Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez—has created a Twitter account. The whole thing is kind of fascinating and is sure to be featured on SNL this week (mark my words). His handle is ChavezCandanga which means “Chavez the Devil”. Although he probably… Read more“Hugo Chavez: Today, Twitter–Tomorrow, the World!”