I agree, Twitter indeed is nothing but a lot of white noise and rarely is there a relevant stuff.A lot of tweets are just random thoughts that are mediocre at best. I myself am guilty of dumping all my blabbers on Twitter....but atleast it helps in clearing my head:)
Since the nonsense has transferred to Twitter, I've also stopped reading much there. There was a time when I found substantial tweets quite frequently but now they're buried under a lot of fluff. When I need real content, I go straight to the blogs.
Facebook's Graph Search may face some profound challenges and risks, first, because Facebook users haven't been thinking of their posts as product reviews; and second, because Facebook will now have to contend with the social-network equivalent of SEO "gaming" of results.
While the publishing industry reels from the pressure of digital books and freely available content on the Web, one branch of the industry, the publishers of academic books and journals, remains above the fray. How is this possible and how long will it last?
If you’re around and online tomorrow, and you have some free time, AND you’re interested in the topic of content marketing, you might want to check out IBM’s Livestream of the Brand Innovators’ Content Marketing Summit.
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