Five Steps for Consumer Brands to Earn Social Currency

7 Surprising Statistics About Twitter in America

While only 7% of Americans are using it, the Twitter population is still 17 million people, which is roughly equivalent to the combined populations of Connecticut, Oregon, Kentucky, Kansas, and Oklahoma. And while substantially smaller than the Facebook brigade, the Twitter crew is tuned in to brands like nowhere else on the social WEb.

This statistic is my favorite. Follow the ‘via’ link to read the other 6…

The New Face Of Facebook

Put away your preconceived notions of what Facebook is all about.

For a long while, the consensus was that Facebook was the place where high school and university students go online to hangout, hook up, post drunken photos of themselves and act mischievous until the harsh realities of a cold world break their spirits into suits and boring 9-to-5 jobs that suddenly have them driving minivans, listening to James Taylor and reading columns like this (a fate worse than death itself).

Please click the ‘via’ link to read the rest of Mitch’s article…

Friday Funny: It's exhausting being a Benevolent Dictator.

The Case for Converging Your Personal/Professional Networks

How Outposts Improve Your Ecosystem

We care about our privacy

“We just didn’t realize how much social networks didn’t.”