snake oil

Life in the "influencer" club Members Public

You might be an influencer - but is anyone actually influenced?

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
influence

Facebook Likes - the newest target of the fake internet Members Public

Channel 4 news ran a big investigation into Facebook Likes [http://www.channel4.com/news/facebook-likes-hacking-fan-data-internet-how] last week: > As Facebook has grown to 1.15 billion users, gaining “likes” or fans, the social network has become a valuable marketing opportunity for companies. One social intelligence company put the value of

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
Facebook

Social media for carpetbaggers Members Public

I laughed and I laughed and I laughed – and then I became a little depressed at how accurate this is about some people “in social media”:

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
snake oil

5 thoughts about Social Media Week London Members Public

This post has lurked in the drafts folder of MarsEdit for the last couple of weeks because, well, my current state of under-employment is making me more nervous than normal of offending people. But if there’s one thing the last six weeks or so has taught me, there’s

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
conferences

A Prediction: 2010, Social Media & Snake Oil Members Public

I made a small mistake this evening. I broke my self-imposed social media exile to retweet something by Alan Patrick [http://twitter.com/freecloud/status/7097876834], that linked to this post on his blog [http://broadstuff.com/archives/2002-Twitter-to-be-nearly-entirely-composed-of-Social-Media-Experts-by-2013.html] . And suddenly, I found myself besieged by unhappy social media

Adam Tinworth
Adam Tinworth
reputation