SMAttering, 3 August 2007

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News from the companies of social media analysis.

Companies and services

  • 1 August - CoreX veteran Joseph Fiore is now president of the company and has changed the name to RepuMetrix Inc.

  • 2 August - Visible Technologies CEO Adam Selig presented in a CEO showcase on next-generation media tools at the AlwaysOn Stanford Summit today. (Video)
New research and papers
  • CIC released their half-year review of developments in Chinese social media. Many of the trends will be familiar to the English-speaking (reading) social media crowd, but the report gives Chinese examples that you probably haven't seen.

    News flash: Chinese bloggers don't like press releases much more than American bloggers do (but keep sending me your news).

  • Dow Jones and PRSA released the results of a survey of PR pros and students on new technologies in the communications environment. Respondents were generally optimistic about the impact of new technology, though most pros feel their own organizations are behind in their use of technology. Online news sites, blogs and social networking sites were identified as sources of both challenge and opportunity.
The list of blogs now includes bloggers from dna13, MediaMiser, Metatale, RepuMetrix and Reputica. You're not reading all 50, are you?


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Nathan, thank-you very much for the mention! Congrats to Visible for getting in on the AO CEO showcase - timing wise, it didn't work out for us to do it. And although we did get nominated in the categories of Innovation and Media, we didn't crack the final list.

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