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Links 1 through 10 of 62 by Richard Stacy tagged twitter

Bringing Twitter into LinkedIn is much more sensible that Facebook's attempts to replace Twitter. Twitter is an infrastructure. You get its benefits by incorporating it - not by trying to build your own (unless you can build something that is much better)

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This is an important issue. Bag your twitter territory now - even if you don't do anything else for the time being. Remember - Dominos Pizza is not @dominos in twitter - it is @DPZInfo. Not good.

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Review of the implications of Twitter securing new investment. Whether Twitter is over-valued is difficult to say. It is almost certainly in-correctly valued because the money boys haven't yet worked out a way to value social media properties other than as traditional media 'real-estate' platforms. Twitter, like Facebook, is an infrastructure - a utility. It is not a web site or a content platform.

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Interesting development. However, in reality this highlight's Facebook's weakness - lack of focus on what it is. Twitter is a dedicated microblogging infrastructure. Facebook is not and simply adding a way to do microblogging within Facebook does not make it such. No one is going to sign-up to Facebbok to do microblogging. A better strategy would be to make it possible to 'do' Twitter from Facebook rather than 'be' Twitter.

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Its official - Twitter is now MSM (mainstream media).

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Hmmm. More activity from Facebook. This may be an assault on Twitter - but Twitter didn't work because is was simple. It worked because of Tweetdeck, or Twhirl, or Twitter Search - i.e. because you could use and access Twitter in many ways from many places. Facebook has always had a twitterlike function in terms of its status updates (they did this well before Twitter was around). But because these were contained within the Facebook walled garden, they didn't 'become' Twitter.

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Some interesting stats on the state of the Twittersphere

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Some more Twitter tools

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A useful list - I have been waiting for someone to do this for a while! All the more useful given the problems emerging with Twitter Search

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Here is a good intro to Twitter presentation. Perhaps its most startling point is the fact that 93 out of the top 100 brands don't own their Twitter name. Lesson: a large part of social media is about real estate - owning the relevant spaces, if not necessarily the content within them. Claim that space now!

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