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[RED DEMOCRATICA] The social Web's dirty secret: Nobody's reading your links

 

The social Web's dirty secret: Nobody's reading your links | Mortality proves a challenge for the sharing economy | How marketers can choose between Facebook and YouTube
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February 16, 2015
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The social Web's dirty secret: Nobody's reading your links
Derek Thompson uses Twitter's analytics tools to make a startling discovery: Even his most popular tweets led to very few clicks. The social Web may just be "a matrix of empty shares," of little use for driving real engagement or steering traffic to third-party sites, Thompson writes. The Atlantic online (2/16)
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Mortality proves a challenge for the sharing economy
What happens to the sharing economy when the people doing the sharing unexpectedly die? Thanks to automated sharing services, some people have found themselves renting apartments from people who are no longer alive, raising challenging questions for the companies concerned. "The Internet's impact on mortality is still new. We're still figuring it out," philosophy professor Chris Moreman says. Fusion (2/11)
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The New York Times gets hip to Instagram
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The IDC Market Spotlight on Network Automation and Agility
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Why the media world thinks Snapchat Discover is a game-changer
Snapchat's Discover platform has delivered "enormous" numbers for its initial partners, writes Kevin Roose, citing sources at major media firms. "[I]f it works, [Discover] has the potential to shape the news consumption habits of a whole group of (mostly) young people," Roose writes. "Given the stakes, it's not surprising that Snapchat is on every forward-thinking media mogul's mind." Fusion (2/11)
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YouTube needs talent, premium content to stay dominant
As YouTube approaches a decade online, its dominance of the digital video market is being challenged by competitors such as Facebook, which now has 33% of that market. To stay relevant, YouTube needs to retain homegrown influencers and strengthen its reputation for premium content, writes Todd Wasserman. Mashable (2/15)
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Police investigate bot's menacing tweet
Dutch police launched an investigation into a Twitter bot after the account, @jeffreybooks, posted a message saying "I seriously want to kill people." The developer behind the account, which used algorithms to create tweets from random words, closed down the account after the police came calling. "Being interviewed by detectives is incredibly stressful," he tweeted on a separate account. The Daily Mirror (U.K.) (2/16)
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People read without sharing, but just as often, perhaps, they share without reading."
-- Derek Thompson, writing at The Atlantic online
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Andy Sernovitz is the New York Times best-selling author of "Word of Mouth Marketing: How Smart Companies Get People Talking" and the blog "Damn, I Wish I'd Thought of That!" He runs WordofMouth.org, where marketers and entrepreneurs learn to be great at word of mouth marketing, and SocialMedia.org, the community for social media leaders at the world's greatest brands.
 
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