Path, a niche social media app, managed to briefly feature in a number of blogs when it SMS’ed and robo-called a user’s contact list indiscriminately. Obviously this is not a good thing, even if you only have 10 million registered users after a few years on the market. Not sure if this will hurt it any more than it’s current rate of expansion however. It is also not a good idea to make Facebook look like the respectful custodian of their user’s details by comparison when you’re whole selling point is in being far more private. Which is a shame because it is actually a cool idea.
Due to an issue with Facebook Connect, for a brief period visitors to sites like CNN and Yelp were landing on a Facebook error page instead. Continue reading
First there were days of speculation on what Facebook was not going to announce, followed by another day of posts on what Facebook had in fact announced. Continue reading
Apparently some people see finding the ROI of a social media campaign as an inexact science. So they just make it up. Continue reading
After over a decade (including a slight dip) of jeans wearing Silicon Valley CEOs making significant amounts of money, you would be forgiven for assuming there is no dress code. Continue reading