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Silicon Valley’s #SoLoMo Is Much Mo’ Than an HBO Jab

As published to Technorati  Social local mobile Poor SoLoMo…. “We’re Mo-Lo-So, bro,” is a facetious line from the new, hit HBO series, Silicon Valley, poking fun at the misunderstood acronym. Such high hopes in it’s infancy, SoLoMo become the thing of jokes and confusion, years later. Here’s what happened. SoLoMo: Early years The acronym, coined […]

Case Study
Canine Inequality in Social Media [Infographic]

Our social pets New data from Kloff, the top app for pet photo-sharing, reveals the latest trends in pet-related social media activity on a global scale. “It’s not just about taking a photo of a pet. It’s about branding your pet’s unique personality through the photo,” explains Jane Chung, Co-founder of Klooff. She continues, “Is your cat […]

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Crowdfunding: Nonprofit’s Newest, Sharpest Financial Weapon [Infographic]

While the boon of crowdfunding has become a valuable financial leveling tool for entrepreneurs and startups, it’s been noticeably valuable for nonprofits, as well. As many of popular business crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and indiegogo, also allow individuals to solicit donations for charities, there’s an entirely nonprofit-focused suite of players in the social finance marketplace. Sites […]

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Martini Media Study: Affluent Spend More, Despite Larger Consumer Sentiment [Infographic]

As written for Technorati A CNN/ORC International survey released today indicates thirty-five percent of those questioned consider today’s economic conditions “very” or “somewhat” good. This marks a steady rise in CNN polling on the percentage who say things are good right now, from 26% in December to 31% in March, 33% in May and 35% now. Consumer sentiments have a […]

Case Study
Does Email at Work Create Resentment? [Infographic]

As written for Social Media Today Of all the communication methods in the workplace, 43 percent say email is the one most likely to create resentment between senders and receivers —this according to a new survey from CPP, “The People Development People,” and publishers of the Myers-Briggs®  personality assessment. In a popular article I wrote last year, the company examined which […]

Andre Bourque (SocialMarketingFella) is Editor Emeritus of Technorati.

He covers emerging trends and news in social, mobile, cloud, and related technologies.

Based in San Francisco, he can be contacted via his social channels and at: andrefbourque@gmail.com

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