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Social Networks: how does it work? March 22, 2012

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As a Brand, you just wonder how to use social media, bloggers, Twitter…

Don’t waste your time, this is a summary of what to do…

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The conversation prism October 30, 2010

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The Conversation Prism gives a view of the social media universe, categorized and also organized by how people use each network.

This is a very nice concept of social network visualisation, that you can find here and there until you find the source of this chart… Jesse Thomas and Brian Solis.

My question: can you ignore a leader in its field which is around 1 Millions users, number 1 in Europe? Can’t wait to see Tellmewhere in next udpate Jesse!

This is a different one, done by Ethority.de:

Chacun voit midi a sa porte 😉

2K? Of what? June 4, 2009

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2K? Of what?

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I reached 2,000 followers, which is nothing of course but mainly I really don’t get how counters is increasing, there is no relation between notifications of new followers I get and the growth of my followers number…

Is this the application of sometimes lie rules in the Valley? Well I mean sometimes figures mentioned are not real… neither realistic 😉

Most of all, regarding the rules I’ve decided to follow every (serious) follower, it’s hard to get something out of Twitter now… except some instant conversations sometimes.

Does it worth hundred of millions? Not sure…

Well, just a final comment: 10K updates!!! How did I do that!!!

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Identity and social network April 12, 2008

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From Dominique Cardon, Sense Laboratory, Orange Labs

There is so much to learn from all social networks created those last 2 years globally…

The curve of use is surely to be compared to curve of experience, but anyway what a big show, this Open Web..

If you want to read more…in French check there

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