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Category Archives: Social Graph
Today, Twitter announced its intent to purchase social data provider Gnip, one of its certified reseller partners, for an undisclosed sum. It’s not a surprising move in many ways, given the increasing pressure on Twitter to monetize its content. At the … Continue reading →
Today, Facebook made an announcement that should interest anyone who uses social data. Effective immediately, Facebook will be opening its data API to a select group of media partners. According to today’s blog post, organizations that are part of this … Continue reading →
It’s not a phone, and it doesn’t fix the mobile monetization problem. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, here are some thoughts on Facebook Graph Search Beta, announced at a press conference at Facebook HQ this morning. … Continue reading →
A lot of people have been buzzing today over this Bloomberg story both announcing Zappos’ launch of a recommendation engine based on Pinterest pins, and stating that–although Pinterest drives the highest number of shares compared to Facebook and Twitter–it also … Continue reading →
Today I had a chance to chat with Jon Ehrlichman of Bloomberg about Facebook’s roadshow, its recent statements on mobile revenue, Mark Zuckerberg’s role, the issues on investors’ minds and what else we should be focused on as Facebook nears … Continue reading →