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January 5, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Are Tweedledee and Tweedledum on Your Twitter List?
Janet Fouts says:

mad_hatterI’ve been waiting to wade in on this whole Twitter lists discussion so I could watch and see what people do with it. I already use my own lists extensively in Tweetdeck and Seesmic to sort my connections into more easily manageable groups and I really don’t use the Twitter web site that much, so what’s the point right?

There has been huge discussion over segmenting, and even “curation” of

Does Popularity = Social?
Jordan McCollum says:

The founders ofInfegyhave used theirSocial Radar, a social analytics and research platform, to take a look at brands in 2009. They call their report theTop 50 Social Brands of 2009—but I’m not convinced.

On their blog, Infegy says the Social Radar

analyze[d] millions of blog posts, news feeds, forums, social networks and Twitter posts to aggregate a list of the words and brands mentioned

Who We Are On The Social Web
Bill Alberti says:

I’m a different person at work than I am at home. I tell different jokes. I have different stories. I share different experiences with different people in different ways depending on a host of different factors (e.g., how well we know each other; where we went to school; what our shared interests may be, etc.).

The context in which I know people is different from one person, one situation to the ne

Catch Up on ClickZ’s Year-End Coverage says:

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been neglecting your usual news diet over the last couple weeks. While we all know that neglect doesn’t extend to ClickZ (perish the thought!), we’ve put together the below summary of our recent stories on the year that was and what lies ahead in 2010 — just in case you missed any of the excitement.

2010 Will Be a Decisive Year for Ad Privacy and Regulation
by Jac

How should bloggers attempt to monetize their content?
MackCollier says: Last nite we had another fabulous #blogchat discussion on how bloggers should attempt to monetize their blogs, and which options would work best for the blogger, and their readers. If you want to catch up,here’s where you can read the transcript from last nite’s chat.

And the big issue/problem is that the overwhelming majority of blogs are written by an individual, and likely have very low readersh

Revving up for the Nexus
Jordan McCollum says:

Tomorrow is the big day: the invite-onlyGoogle Android event. While we’ve all pretty much assumed they’re going to tout Android and reveal the Google-sold Nexus One phone, there’s always the possibility that Google will surprise us all.

Google’s Nexus phone wasfirst “leaked”in December after they distributed them at a Google party (no gag order in effect). Natura

Neil Stafford says: First of all let me make it clear that success in this area is not about the number of partners you have, but how well they promote your products, make sales and bring in members for you. There are just two things you need to do and they couldn’t be simpler.
How to Write Engaging Blogs People Want to Read
Matt Tuens says:

Thomas Edison famously remarked that genius was “1% inspiration, 99% perspiration.” For bloggers this means that if you put your effort into it, you can create a blog that gathers a following. If you look at a group of bloggers, one with a worldwide following and the rest with small audiences, the former will not necessarily be the best writer, the funniest, the smartest or even the one

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