Pépites du net, jeudi 17 mai : 9 liens médias sociaux à 9 heures
« Information overload isn’t a new phenomenon by any means. The sensation of being overwhelmed by information has been linked to every media revolution. With every new innovation and the mass adoption of disruptive technology, the volume of information available to us grows exponentially.
With media now so pervasive and portable, information, of any focus, is available, on demand, and more importantly, resides in our hands to create and consume at will. We are, for better or for worse, always on. And this is both part of the problem and part of the solution for how we evolve as individuals and as an information society.
Après avoir revu en profondeur l’aspect de Bing, Microsoft vient d’annoncer un autre changement important pour son moteur de recherche : l’intégration des réseaux sociaux avec Facebook, Google+, Twitter ou encore Foursquare pour ne citer qu’eux.
What is the future of social media? Do you think it will pull ahead of classical media?
**Social media has given birth to a different type of customer, the connected customer or otherwise what I refer to as Generation-C where “C” represents “connected.” Gen-C is not bound by age. They’re not defined by income or education.
Facebook ne cesse de se doter de nouvelles fonctionnalités, après le lancement de la timeline, l’heure est désormais à la curation grâce aux fils d’actualité spécifiques. Visite guidée de ce nouvel outil.
There’s plenty of evidence that business is adopting content curation, but the practice hasn’t been around long enough for organizations to innovate more targeted, results-focused uses.
From the article intro: « Thanks to services like Twitter and Instagram, and the global ‘smartphone saturation’ phenomenon, live reporting from big events has never been easier.
No longer do we have to rely on professionals delivering content and images from these events, we have our extended social networks doing this for us.
And, because so many of these updates get fired into the ‘public’ timeline, virtually any update from anywhere can be found and shared in a matter of seconds.
LinkedIn recently published an infographic depicting financial advisors’ use of social media. Advisors’ use of LI exceeded their use of other networks like Facebook and Twitter. As Gomer Pyle would say, “Soo-prise, soo-prise!
These ideas can be used for content curators as well – to create buzz and build an audience, providing « context » is what sets you apart from others – these tips are ways to accomplish that.
Comment: the content on this page is old but I scooped it because it’s interesting to look at a Shareist page. Looks quite like Scoop.it