The RaxList for December 5th
5 December 2011 574 views No Comment
These are my links for December 5th from 09:12 to 20:02:
- The Psychology Behind Social Commerce – A great infographic by TabJuice that explains how and why people shop online.
- Web Ink Now: Social Media ROI Hypocrisy – It's ridiculous that executives require marketers to calculate ROI (Return on Investment) on one form of real-time communications: Social media like Twitter, Facebook, or YouTube. Yet they happily pay for other real-time communications devices for employees like Blackberrys, iPhones, and iPads without a proven ROI.
- Vending Machine At Airport Prints Custom Banners @PSFK – One of Europe’s busiest airports is now offering visitors to print out their own signage to welcome friends and family. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport recently unveiled its new vending machine that dispenses canvas banners with customized “welcome home” messages. Customers can select from various font sizes, backgrounds and themes to personalize their messages.
- Advice for Big Brands: If you’re going to blog, please include an RSS feed | Social Media Today –
- Can home videos make you money on YouTube? – Father-and-son Jake and Ali Goodyear are hoping their YouTube clip of a man trying to call back his dog who was chasing a herd of deer in a park, will generate money after getting more than two million hits in a matter of weeks.
- Why Facebook needs Gowalla – Facebook’s location strategy needs the major bolster Gowalla could give it, writes Emma Barnett.
- US Theaters Start Reserving ‘Tweet Seats’ For Twitter Users @PSFK – More and more theatre venues across America are offering ‘tweet seats’ for people to live-tweet during performances. The new sections, usually located in the back row to avoid disrupting other patrons, are available at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Carolina Ballet in Raleigh, and Ohio’s Dayton Opera, amongst others.
- Is it squeaky bum time for Foursquare? | Online PR, Public Relations, Social Media & Digital PR Agency | Harrogate – So the big news is finally here, Facebook has bought location based game Gowalla. The competitor to Foursquare didn’t quite keep up and more recently tried to reposition itself but now the social media juggernaut that is Facebook has gone and bought it.
- Twitter trends changing live TV – Telegraph – Twitter executives are increasingly working with TV editors during live shows to help them know what’s trending on the site and how to change footage accordingly.
- Is Cyber Monday just PR spin? – Online shopping will peak at 9pm tonight… or was it last Monday? Is Cyber Monday a real phenomenon or just spin to panic people into shopping?
- UK shopping habits transformed by technology, KPMG says – UK shoppers are embracing technology, and at a faster pace than many other countries, a survey of global shopping habits by KPMG has suggested.
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