A long weekend means a slow start to a hectic week, so here are links from over the Fourth and beyond. Happy new work week, everyone!
Google Puts Display Front-And-Center (AdExchanger) Google continues its push into display and data.
LG Optimus One, Chic and Tablet Announced, Packing Android 2.2 (IntoMobile) Just like to point out how many new tablets we’re seeing….
How to recognize and reward your brand’s top fans (iMedia) Key to do this. And key to get it right.
Tech Buyers Get Serious With Social Media (Marketing Profs) No really news, but this is more proof points.
Apple Lets Google Sell Targeted Ads (WSJ) Read the piece closely. No examples of AdMob, just AdSense. And it seems that the way things are going, even AdSense won’t be there in due time.
Apple Studies User Downloads to Hone Mobile Ads, Take on Google (Bloomberg) Didn’t I tell ya it’s about the data? It’s about the data, which turns to information, then knowledge, then wisdom. Somewhere in there, a few (billion) bucks get made.
Drilling Down: On Twitter, a Close-Knit Network (NYT) Interesting dynamic that is unique to Twitter.
A Tale Of Two Strategies On Times’ Pay Day (Paidcontent) The Times’s paywall is set to be the talking point of the Fall in the media biz.
At Yahoo, Using Queries to Steer News Coverage (NYT) I have more to say about Yahoo’s prospects, and mean to say it later this week after traveling to LA.
The Future of Online Socializing (Pew) According to those who love tech, the Internet will be a positive force for humanity. Imagine! I concur. Then again, I’m on of those folks….
The entire Steve Jobs email story… It’s real (BGR) This is what I’ve pointed out before – since it’s possible to fake emails, having Jobs’ principle approach to dealing with the public be answering emails gives the company the ability to deny just about anything that “Steve Jobs” says, if it goes sideways in the press. It’s genius. And it’s wrong.
5 Social Media Trends to Watch Right Now (Open Forum) From our pals at Mashable.
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