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Ultimate cheat sheet: Google Reader alternatives

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2013/04/14 · 6 comments 11,917 views

in white papers checklists

Google Reader closes 2013-07-01: 100+ alternatives that work for iPhone, Android OS, Google Chrome, PC…

2012 trends: What makes a failure?

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2012/01/01 · 29 comments 9,181 views

in social media diary

3 examples of misfit trends that break the rules but still succeed in a connected world, while other business models collapse.

Could Google+ fail in 2012?

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2011/12/11 · 45 comments 13,876 views

in social media diary

Apple decides to take on Google and Facebook, launches social network. If that happens I will be in real trouble timewise. Will you manage?

Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Bayern Munich are trying to increase fan revenues. But how well are they doing using social media? Not so good.

Consumers love Apple and Google because their products follow the laws of simplicity. But will their growing market dominance become a problem in 2010 and beyond?

Who says Apple’s iPhone is special – not Switzerland! Plus, the unlikeliness of crowdsourcing and social media ROI, how Facebook changed policy, free tools and more!

ComMetrics Week in Review: The Internet turns 40, Google Groups fails to live up to advertising for some, and the White House goes open source. Plus, free tools and more!

ComMetrics Week in Review – the way we saw the World Wide Web this week. Will Microsoft get away with the committing the 7 deadly sins? Why does SAP follow unethical business practices? Thanks to the Canadian Privacy Commissioner for getting Facebook to finally heel and respect its users’ rights! About time.

best 101 Twitter tools

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2008/12/16 · 71 comments 1 views

in a analytics tools,c micro-blogging Twitter

Twitter – how useful is it to your work? Being more effective requires you taking advantage of some of the Twitter tools listed here – the choice is yours.

The price people are willing to pay for software, hardware or mobile phones is coming down. In turn, Microsoft and Nokia are facing new threats, while Apple may not enjoy its iPhone honeymoon much longer. These days one can purchase a computer for Euro 400 or less. The machine may give you 2GB of RAM. […]