All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Jeremiah Owyang’

Consumers Are Looking for Offers on Social Networks

Razorfish has released a wealth of interesting data about consumer online behavior, and a good deal has to do with social media and brand interaction. For those struggling to find the right use of social networks for their business, the data is worth paying attention to.

The data is based on a survey of 1,000 consumers in the US, about half male and half female. They cover four major age groups and 10 major cities.

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Owyang On “The Future Of Social Media And Business”

Jeremiah Owyang worked as a senior analyst over social computing for Forrester Research for almost two years.  Now, he’s a partner at the Altimeter Group, which focuses on emerging technologies and has a large "Twitter Updates" section above the fold on its homepage.  So Owyang was a good choice to speak about social media and business at BlogWorld.

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Marketers Turning To Social Media

The recession might have some people wandering through children’s sandboxes with metal detectors, but it hasn’t made marketers leery of social media.  Instead, more than half of the marketers who responded to a Forrester Research study intend to increase their social media efforts if the recession continues.

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Bloggers Battle Over Sponsored Conversations

A Forrester report released yesterday kicked off once again the debate over paying bloggers to write about products and companies. Blogging purists, new media marketing experts, and Google’s Matt Cutts have all weighed in, indicating this is hardly a debate that will soon be put to rest.

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Facebook Marketing Opportunities

I’m listening to a playback of Jeremiah Owyang’s (of Forrester Research) Webinar on marketing opportunities at Facebook that was put on by MarketingProfs.

Images If you want to watch it it’s free to members or it costs $129 straight up.

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Experts Discuss Facebook Advertising

A firestorm of explosive debate erupted on this blog recently as a record number of comments were posted to a discussion on new abuses from Facebook relating to its Social Ads and Beacon advertising offerings.

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