Is that Porn on My Technorati? I do not usually do speculative postings on companies on Emergence-Media, but this ad on Technorati (while I was doing research on Google Analytics filters) took me by surprise. The thought of Technorati running...
What happened to Word Of Mouth Marketing? In the online marketing buzz, "Social Media Marketing" is akin to the Internet business frenzy about "Web 2.0". It's what everyone is talking about, even this blog. Via Marketing Pilgrim, iProspect has released a...
Jeremiah Owyang of PodTech has posted up four great questions on SEO and Social Media. Andy Beale who I've had the pleasure of meeting at SES San Jose 2007 and Natasha Robinson (who I met several times to discuss...
Social Media Releases: An Introduction There has been ongoing coverage regarding Social Media Releases (also known as "Social Media Press Releases" or "New Media Releases") and with much debate over its merits and even more existential questions of why press...
Note: Emergence-Media is still officially on a break. This is just leisurely Ritual Coffee Roasters/Grove Cafe blogging. Quick Commentary Steven Rubel recently proclaimed that there’s no such thing as Social Media because "in 2006 all media went social". Throwing up RSS...
London Underwater, by the Telegraph 12/28/2006 Raising Water Levels on London and China's Drought/Grain Problem As we close 2006 and look to 2007, two global warming major reports - one from Finland and other from China - presents the increasingly...
Introduction: Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann's Retracted Op-Ed Many should know by the the issue involving White House censorship of the Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann's New York Times Op-Ed (see image on left). I have no issue regarding the prepublication...
Jason Calacanis at SES: Are we moving beyond Search Marketing? This Monday it was announced that Jason Calacanis of Netscape.com (previously of Weblogs Inc) will be the keynote speaker for Search Engine Strategies (SES) Chicago 2006. This is not Jason's first...
How Everything Old is New Again Speaking with a friend during a show the other night, we bounced around some ideas on the changing trends of Internet culture and behavior on both how Internet users find information and how they...
The Original Mechanical Turk (Via Wikipedia) There's plenty of mentions on Google's Image Labeler. Here's Steve Rubel's description: "what it does is allow individuals to label random images to help improve the quality of Google's image search results. Participants are paired...