The WSJ just posted this piece today on clients Intel and eBay, but with a focus on eBay and the story behind its use of Twitter for corporate news. This was actually something I pointed to here a few weeks ago that kicked-up quite a bit of discussion (check out “How to Tweet Material News”). […]
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Chris ThilkApril 23rd, 2009
If you think communicating on one online channel is enough, it’s probably not. Case in point: At least three times in the last two weeks or so the following sequence of events has happened: I update my “status” using Ping.fm, which pushes that update to Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and more. I get responses to my […]
Chris ThilkApril 17th, 2009
In case you’ve been on vacation for the last couple days and are just now checking the news you might have missed while you were out, there are two big Twitter-related stories everyone has been buzzing about: Kelso has succeeded in beating CNN in the race to one million Twitter followers. This is important, but […]