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Monthly Archives: May 2009

What a Social Media Expert Should Be

What is a social media expert? Looking at the wide variety of social media experts, it is easy to quickly become jaded to their assorted value propositions. At the same time, however, there is still the inkling that social media is part of a greater transition from Television, radio, and print media to the web. […]

7 reasons why the business world hates social media

Posted by visionarymarketing under Innovation In our previous article about social media, we have described the 8 reasons why managers love social media and we have also debunked a few commonplace myths. In this new instalment we’ll look at the flip side of corporate social media perception, the negative one, and we will also discuss […]

Forrester: Interactive Marketing To Grow 11% To $25.6 Billion in 2009

Forrester Research predicts that interactive marketing spending will hit $25.6 billion this year — up 11% from $23.1 billion in 2008, despite being flat, as marketers shift money from traditional media to digital channels. That total, which also includes search, email, social media and mobile marketing dollars, is expected to more than double to nearly […]

Facebook’s Tolerance of Holocaust Denial Won’t Last

Update: As of 12.30am PST on May 11, the groups are redirecting users to the homepage, suggesting they’ve been deleted. Attorney Brian Cuban, brother to Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban, has published an open letter to Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg demanding the removal of Holocaust Denial groups from the site. Brian has been […]