Another blog monitoring tool to launch
Kari Chisholm offers this: "Governing Magazine has a great discussion of the role that blogs are playing during the Texas legislative session"
I attended the Word of Mouth Marketing Association’s WOMBAT conference today in San Francisco. Day 1 had a number of good panels, including one which covered some research about how people respond to word of mouth recommendations and whether online opinion matters. Interestingly, the research suggested that about 90% of word of mouth recommendations come…
Jason Calacanis takes a look at what the recent changes in the search/portal area mean — and how he sees things going in the future. Another day, another series of amazing changes in our industry. Today Microsoft got into Google’s Adsense business, Yahoo finally admmitted they are in the content business, and Google is getting…
The Center for Media Research said in their email briefing today that there’s evidence that more young people are interested in Social Security in the wake of the ongoing debate over how to strengthen the system for the future. CMR wrote: President Bush’s campaign for social security reform has moved the debate to center stage….
PaidContent draws attention to a potential sleeper issue for Internet content providers, aggregators, and readers: how far can caching go? The post involves a lawsuit against the Internet Archive (a tremendous service that let’s you look back at what a web site looked like years ago).
Politics can be a dirty business, that’s certain. In the trenches, many will do the unthinkable. Now some are speculating about PR firms creating fake blogs for the Bush Administration … or even Democrats creating fake fake blogs in an attempt to implicate the President’s team. Let’s not get too carried away here. Professional public…