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  • Blog comments are dying
  • Tweets and Twitter accounts are more frequently cited in blogs posts now
  • Yet no notifications are provided to the person or tweet being cited (when not on Twitter)
  • Why can’t tweets cited off Twitter act like pingbacks do for links and blogs?
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It’s a simple enough story:

  • newsfeeds are increasingly busy
  • facebook needs to take a more balanced approach to what is shown and more of what Facebook’s users DO want
  • unfortunately for brands, that isn’t their content
  • having spent years creating audiences, brands are (understandably) frustrated that this content is not automatically being seen
  • BUT, they can pay for Page content to be seen

Here is where it all starts to get dramatic though:

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Wired have covered what I’d say is the most logical explanation of Twitter’s purchase of Cover I’ve seen yet. Cover, like everything.me is a home screen launcher for Android (only) that can be customised with different apps and wallpapers but most importantly, delivers the most likely next-used app automatically based on your usage and location. Essentially it second-guesses the app you’re most likely to use next based on past behaviour. Smart and contextually relevant, eventually. FWIW I prefer everything.me!

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Getting through thousands of pieces of content per week, I figured that there would be some value in sharing some of those most relevant pieces in a weekly blog post. Like Scott’s, this also goes around various people within the Telefonica business to help them keep track of the major changes and trends in social media.

I’ll be putting this out every week as a bit of a wrap for the week but if you want to make sure you get this and any other posts I put out on the blog, make sure you subscribe here. So, after a break for a few Christmas Party shenanigans…

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Getting through thousands of pieces of content per week, I figured that there would be some value in sharing some of those most relevant pieces in a weekly blog post. Like Scott’s, this also goes around various people within the Telefonica business to help them keep track of the major changes and trends in social media.

I’ll be putting this out every week as a bit of a wrap for the week but if you want to make sure you get this and any other posts I put out on the blog, make sure you subscribe here.

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Getting through thousands of pieces of content per week, I figured that there would be some value in sharing some of those most relevant pieces in a weekly blog post. Like Scott’s, this also goes around various people within the Telefonica business to help them keep track of the major changes and trends in social media.

I’ll be putting this out every Friday afternoon as a bit of a wrap for the week but if you want to make sure you get this and any other posts I put out on the blog, make sure you subscribe here.

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Getting through thousands of pieces of content per week, I figured that there would be some value in sharing some of those most relevant pieces in a weekly blog post. Like Scott’s, this also goes around various people within the Telefonica business to help them keep track of the major changes and trends in social media.

I’ll be putting this out every Friday afternoon as a bit of a wrap for the week but if you want to make sure you get this and any other posts I put out on the blog, make sure you subscribe here.

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Getting through thousands of pieces of content per week, I figured that there would be some value in sharing some of those most relevant pieces in a weekly blog post. Like Scott’s, this also goes around various people within the Telefonica business to help them keep track of the major changes and trends in social media.

There may also be a bit of a Telco and Mobile sector element to it which again picks out the most interesting headlines impacting our sector.

I’ll be putting this out every Friday afternoon as a bit of a wrap for the week but if you want to make sure you get this and any other posts I put out on the blog, make sure you subscribe here.

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There’s a lot of planning going on in the business at the moment – our social teams are preparing for 2014 activities and perhaps by default, that also means trying to look beyond 2014 at the kinds of strategic, structural and systems challenges that should be on our radar.

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API’s too complicated for you? Look at this from Brian and Jess3 and realise that you need to get your head around them/it.

Understanding how effective API’s can be is to understand why Twitter has grown so significantly – give people (devs in this case) the freedom to use you/your service to create things of value for them is a sometimes invaluable thing to do (and one of the 4 Pillars to Social Media behaviour I constantly waffle on about).

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