More posts from The Next Web 2

It’s been about a month so time for a new digest of posts.

Making LinkedIn work for employer and employee

Social media policy development is still in its infancy and one thing many companies are coming to terms with is how to approach LinkedIn. Instinctively, there’s benefit for both parties but working out how to make it mutually beneficial can be quite challenging. …more…

Twitter blowing its own vuvuzela

Over the past few days, we’ve noticed Twitter really getting into the World Cup spirit and we’re loving it. For those that haven’t picked them all up, here are the World Cup goodies we’ve noticed on Twitter. …more…

Cybersnub: What really happens when you say “no” to that friend request

We all know how hard it can be to say “no” to someone to their face – the shock, the rejection, the humiliation. No-one wants to be the cause of that. But do you know what happens when you say “no” to someone’s connection request? I had suspicions, but I thought I should check it out to make sure I didn’t inadvertently cause offence. So I did some research on the cybersnub across the three biggest social networks. …more…

LinkedIn’s Twitter upgrade may be that “light bulb” moment for a new generation of Tweeters

In an upgrade to their Twitter app, LinkedIn have introduced a feature which allows you easily see which of your contacts have Twitter profiles and to add them to your following list. In making the simple connection, I think that LinkedIn may have opened up the wonders of Twitter to a whole new round of adopters. …more…

Are you chasing your blog audience away

I was reading a blog post today and was wanting to comment when the site asked me to register. To register? Create an account? That’s a bit 2000, not 2010. ZDNet’s Tom Forenski will never know what I thought about his piece on corporates and social networking. The registration hurdle stopped me in my tracks. …more…

How to build the perfect mobile app for your application

Many web content publishers are grappling with the question of whether to publish mobile device specific apps. Although I remember a few of these for my BlackBerry a few years back, it seems to be that the iPhone that is becoming the platform of first choice for most sites. Publishers need to balance the cost of dedicated apps with the improved user experience they offer. In this post I’ll look at my perfect feature set for an app built around publishing existing web based content. …more…

2 thoughts on “More posts from The Next Web

  1. Pingback: Tweets that mention More posts from The Next Web | Dave Reinhardt -- Topsy.com

  2. Pingback: No more digests | Dave Reinhardt

Leave a Reply

  

  

  

Facebook Like Button for Dummies