22 December 2010

What I'm Reading

  • Another 2011 trends in social media post, this one from Harvard Business Review.
  • Is customer service the key to social media success?
  • Maggie McGary explains why you shouldn't "tell your fans."
  • More on the role of mobile apps in the modern tech world.
  • 9 reasons your social strategy isn't working.
  • Shelley Alcorn tackles truth in advertising, and finds associations coming up short. 
  • Is Delicious dying? It looks like it, and Harvard Business Review is in full-on raging against the dying of the light mode.
  • Foursquare v. Facebook: two soc nets enter, one soc net leaves? 
  • We've officially gone mainstream: social media marketers are now complaining about lack of resources, rather than lack of executive support/buy-in.  
  • Looking for Twitter success?  Be like Kanye - hey, at least people look forward to his tweets. 
  • Currently reading The Picture of Dorian Gray on the Kindle. To me, it has the same eerie, creepy feel as The Fall of the House of Usher (which is a good thing). Also, Oscar Wilde writes many delicious turns of phrase. Also, he doesn't like women much (not such a good thing). Also, it's amazing to me that people ever thought he might not be gay.

1 comment:

Hecate said...

You know what Dorothy Parker said about Oscar Wilde:

If with the literate I am
Impelled to try an epigram,
I never seek to take the credit;
We all assume that Oscar said it.