Monday, December 20, 2010
  • Knicks Make Social Networks Central To New Site

    The new site ditches short-stay functionality like ticket sales and seating (that will remain on the old site) and focuses on content and conversation. Indeed, KnicksNow.com is intended less as a traditional team site than a social media hub. It has content like videos of players and photo galleries, but its central feature is real-time Twitter and Facebook feeds from players, staff and fans. ...Read the whole story

  • CEA: Moms Rule When It Comes To Social Media

    The firm says in a new study that U.S. moms spend an average of $822 on gadgetry each year and account for more than half of their household's total consumer-electronics spending. Also, the study found, moms who post information online about electronics tend to be affluent and interested in technology. Half are early adopters, and one in three has a household income of $75,000 or more. ...Read the whole story

Facebook Leads New Social Mobile Commerce Charge

The transformation that Facebook has triggered this year in social networking dynamics will pale in comparison to the e-commerce revolution it will inspire in 2011. ...More