Weekend Links, May 7: Donald Trump, the Power of Sound, and Facebook’s Future Questioned
By Colin Ryan
Eric Jackson uses the history of the web and academic theories about the effects of management on organizations to boldly suggest that Web 2.0 giants like Facebook and Google will struggle to adapt their success to the Internet’s next phase: mobile.
Larry Friedman suggests that companies need to take advantage of the social aspect of social media by concentrating on customer relationships and actively engaging them in conversations about their products and services. We agree.
Mark Zuckerberg continues his company’s string of mobile app grabs with Glancee, an “ambient social location” tool. How will Facebook integrate the app into its overall strategy? ReadWriteWeb’s Richard MacManus offers some ideas.
Why Sound Could Win in the Battle Against Video on the Web (Mashable) Radio may be mostly dead, but according to Soundcloud CEO Alexander Ljung, sound is making a comeback. At Mashable Connect, Ljung explains why noise is poised to give video a run for its money when it comes to engaging web content.
From the strange abundance of number-one agents, to real estate reality shows, to Donald Trump’s hair, Placester’s own Seth Price offers a list of 40 things that are sure to irk and excite every real estate agent working today.
Published on May 7, 2011