For five years, Digg has been a leading social news website, allowing users to find and share any Internet content by submitting and/or voting on links and stories. As you probably know by now, rankings push a story either up (“digging”) or down (“burying”); the fundamental utility of Digg is that users can then see what is popular or not. This model has been copied throughout social […]
While attending the Online Marketing Summit in Washington, DC, the audience had the privilege to listen to the lunchtime keynote by Steve Woods, CTO of Eloqua, a leading marketing automation platform provider. He was handing out copies of his recently published book, Digital Body Language, to people who asked questions at the end of his speech. Fortunately, the Marketing Consigliere asked one of the questions and was pleased to obtain a […]
La cosa nun la diri si nun la sai. Do not speak about something if you know nothing about it.
After seeing the cover “Should Business Embrace Social Networking?” in the June 2009 EContent Magazine, The Marketing Consigliere was considering making this his shortest blogpost ever by simply saying “Yes,” but decided to read the article to see what a magazine focusing on online content had to say about social networking. Actually, it’s quite a good and concise article written by Carolina K. Reid and is good for a […]