I recently wrote about Burger Kings campaign Whopper Sacrifice, a Facebook application where you could de-friend 10 “friends” on Facebook and get a free Whopper. Now it seems Facebook has required changes to the application due to privacy issues, according… Read More »Facebook required changes to Whopper Sacrifice
Something got me thinking this Monday. Some weeks ago Swedish digital communications agency Daytona announced a blog award with the following three categories: Marketing (Marknadsföring) Media (Media) Trends & Web Services (Trender och webbtjänster) As previously mentioned, this blog was… Read More »Effects of a blog award
Twitter has been growing in Sweden lately, challenging Finnish Jaiku, which has been pretty dominant in the social media sphere, and Swedish Bloggy. Meanwhile, over in the US, there seems to have been some discussion on whether many twitter followers… Read More »Do a lot of followers equal authority?
I just read that People don’t trust company blogs – a fact Forrester has dug up. Pretty interesting statistics! Considering that people don’t trust companies very much in general, I am personally even more surprised about the low trust for… Read More »A guide in the new landscape
Now that is impossible, isn’t it? 20 years ago, we didn’t have the Internet we have today. The media landscape looked pretty much the same as it did 30 years ago or even 40 or 50 years ago. Big TV-networks… Read More »Mapping out a constantly changing landscape