Tag Archives: influencers

Klout and Kred – Social Influence Comparison

Social influence measurement has been a hot topic again recently. One of the most articulate discussions comes from Tom Webster (BrandSavant) where he articulates (as a previous professor of rhetoric) that what these Continue Reading »

Why engaging influencers is even more important given recent Twitter research

I recently read an article by Tom Webster about the fact that measuring social media is limited largely by the fact that most data comes from Twitter rather than Facebook which has far more users, which limits the over Continue Reading »

What should business be doing with the new conversation websites?

As if Twitter and Facebook don't have businesses and users scrambling to keep up, a new type of site is cropping up that engages audiences through Question and Answer format. Naturally, each has a unique twist to it, Continue Reading »