“There was a wave of social marketing, then a lot about social listening. There’s consolidation going on there. The next wave of big companies will come in the social analytics space." Socialbakers CEO sets out his stall on the latest marketing cloud wars front.
A fast-growing startup offering an alternative to Acrobat aims to help enterprises take documents off the desk and into the cloud
I liked JP Rangaswami's series on filtering so much, I decided to filter it.
“We aspire to build the world’s first economic graph; in other words, a digital mapping of the global economy, including a profile for every one of the 3 billion members of the global workforce, including all of their skills and expertise." A bold vision from CEO Jeff Weiner.
"In our old model, we would have said, ‘Hump you, you can take it, it's the same for everybody, if you don't like it, bugger off.' Not any more, says Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary.
The death of Facebook or the death of Princeton University? Another silly 'Facebook's doomed' report and some rather more potent stats about its mobile success.
The recent partnership between Hotels.com and automotive company Ford is a major milestone on the journey to the ‘car of the future’, says Hotel.com’s vice president of global product, Adam Jay.
What are we to make of the ‘nightmare before Christmas’ from the grand-sounding Global Social Media Impact Study, a European Union-funded research programme which purports to have studied respondents aged 16 to 18 in eight countries for 15 months and found Facebook use was in sharp decline?
I went back a full year to see if I had received a single effective solicitation of any kind via LinkedIn. The results were terrifying.