Thought this was worth sharing from Business Insider. An interesting comparison that looks at news content such as NYTimes, WSJ, The Economist as well as music and video services. Is the NYTimes pricing themselves out?
Archives for March 2011
Moral of the story: Make sure you know which account you are logged into!
This story illustrates some of the issues related to managing social media presence across an enterprise. Multiple people sharing accounts, unclear approval processes and lack of tools to manage the process…Collectively, these create the conditions that make it so easy to make this mistake.
A staffer is now out of work and an agency loses a major account. What a shame. Isn’t it time for agencies and brands to get serious about implementing tools to control social media access, manage traffic and optimize their efforts? Here’s the sad story.
This is not good news for the other guys…. While we love the iPad, we really love the opportunities created by vibrant competitive market. I’m not against apple and I’m not accusing them of anything monopolistic, but we’d like to see more diversity in the space.
Here’s the chart from Business Insider that inspired the post.
Here’s a piece in CIO (UK), one of many bits written from the press releases that Forrester recently sent out to build interest in their latest report, “Mobile App Internet Recasts The Software And Services Landscape.”
We like the notion of a Chief Mobility Officer, but it has to be a “suicide” job. If the Chief Mobility Officer succeeds, he/she will make themselves obsolete. That’s the idea, no? When mobile thinking is properly integrated across all aspects of enterprise, the job will be over.
Not ready to create another C level position? We get that. That’s why we started Breakpoint. 😉