Wednesday, February 4, 2004, a Harvard sophomore launched thefacebook.com from his dorm room. Today, he is worth almost 30 billion dollars. That is $1 billion for every year he has lived. We all know that in the social media world, Facebook is the big cheese. Currently, there are about 1.23 billion monthly active users. Let … Continue reading Happy 10th Birthday, Facebook!
Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg and social media giant Facebook held their annual f8 Developer Conference in San Francisco. (Did you follow along with us? We had a good time live blogging about it.)
It was announced today that Facebook has had one trillion page views. This really isn’t surprising considering how there
Google has arrived a little late to the social network party. Google has just unveiled Google+ (If you’d like some first impressions, check out PC World’s thoughts), their much anticipated answer to Facebook. Fashionably late but realistic, Google has no desire to derail Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook. Google+ simply aims to be a useful and … Continue reading Better Late than Never – Google Unveils Google+
The same lessons you learned from Miss Manners apply to Facebook.
Just when you’d thought you’d heard, seen and read all you possibly could about the Royal Wedding (if you feel like you missed anything, don’t worry. There’s a website devoted to it) there are a few things I’d like to say. PR and marketing folks can learn a lot from the Royals, and I don’t … Continue reading The Royal Wedding Redux – Lessons Learned for Marketing and PR Pros
Business are starting to get social media. This is the year that the majority of businesses, even your local grocery store and insurance agent, are turning to blogging, Twitter and even Facebook. Seems like America’s hit TV show has finally jumped on the bandwagon and this season is offering online voting … via Facebook.