We are almost four whole months into the year of 2010 and already we see a huge amount of growth in Social Media. Spring has sprung and new Social Media Networks that were planted last fall are now blossoming into beautiful active communities with hungry little bees, other wise known as users, coming into the community and sucking up all the honey. If you haven’t already used these networks, haven’t yet even heard their names, now you have no excuse.
A quick look at our President Chris Winfield’s speaking and moderating schedule for the annual Search Engine Strategies New York conference.
Perhaps you have heard of the Google’s pubsubhubbub protocol (PuSH for short) that was unveiled last year. It is basically an extension of an RSS. Instead of Google and other various services pinging your site for new content, they can subscribe to your site; you tell them when the new content is published, and they can display it as soon as it is published.
It seems the jury is split on whether Google Product logos are good corporate branding or just a bit too boring and predictable. I am not going to try and convince you either way nor go into any deep analysis of the designs, but I will help you take a look at a few of these logos and showcase what product they represent. All of these product logos appear in clean, simple blue lowercase type alongside the Google logo.
On March 12th (Friday) I’m presenting on a great panel called ‘Social Media Marketing for your Business’ at the annual South by Southwest conference in Austin, TX.
A look at Greg Finn and Chris Winfield’s speaking schedule at the annual SMX West conference this week in Santa Clara.