Foursquare Adds Photos & Comments →
Foursquare Adds Photos & Comments Location-based social network Foursquare released new versions of both its iPhone and Android apps this week. Users can now attach photos to checkins, venues and tips, and comment on their friends’ checkins.
Apple launches iAds to General Public →
Gigaom has a hands on review: http://bit.ly/ften2L. Of course, in Apple’s case, the public is limited to people with a valid Apple developer account in the US.
iPad App: Squarespace →
Squarespace Bloggers Be Glad. They really open up the admin tools for your iPad and boy is it sharp.
Twitter vs. Facebook (Infographic) →
Demographics, Usage, etc.
Time to ReThink Viral →
Pepto Bismol on Social Media Binge →
This looks familiar →
Internet Study: Everyone on Email; Blogging Down →
How the World is Using Cell Phones (Infographic) →
Visualizing Friendships on Facebook (Cool Pic) →
Twitter Trends of 2010 →
P&G Trades in Soaps for Social →
66% of Groupons are Profitable for a Business →
Evernote Stats (cool) →
Involver speeds up Facebook App Development →
Why Groupon Could Own Your Brand's Future →
Adage’s take on Groupon: discusses Pricing, Value, and more
Google launcheds eBooks →
Read your favorite books from anywhere from the world’s largest bookstore. The ebook store will also tie into Google Books, the company’s digitization project for the world’s books. Google says that is has scanned more than 15 million books since the project began in 2004 from more than 35,000 publishers. You’ll be able to search through Google’s scanned offerings in the research section of...
Evolution of CRM (Infographic) →
77% of customers look for incentives and coupons on social media sites. 80% of US consumers use social media to verify purchase recommendations. 43% of US consumers say brands should use social media to help customers. 50% of companies have created an online community but failed to manage it properly (according to Gartner)
Gowalla adds Foursquare in V3? →
Redesign includes broadcasting to your other social networks, earning Foursquare badges and Facebook Deals. An aggregator of LBS, if you will.
Ebay Buying Milo →
eBay is close to announcing it has purchased local shopping search engine Milo for $75 million. For those not familiar with Milo, it specializes in tracking inventory in local stores. The purchase makes sense for eBay, which needs to rejuvenate its core marketplace business. Originally driven by auctions, eBay’s marketplace has lost its identity as it moved to fix-price listings and suffered...
Groupon's Long(er) Term Strategy →
Groupon Stores and Deal Feed http://www.businessinsider.com/groupon-announces-two-new-features-a-personalized-deal-feed-for-shoppers-and-groupon-stores-for-merchants-they-2010-12