Very simply, social media is missing portability. Each network is its own walled garden. So while beautiful inside, there is little to no way to create new accounts and move information readily between them. Facebook Connect and the like are doing a great job integrating your online personality with other features, services and sites. But ultimately it’s just a login. We need to start seeing the ability to simply migrate our information from one database or network to the another.
What is lacking in social networking now?
Assume the client has a website but no Social Media activity yet. He wants to know what’s the initial price to start and the longer term costs.
What are the topics you should communicate in a strategic concept like set-up of Facebook pages, Twitter, WordPress (BuddyPress/Tumblr/Posterous), Quora, SEO, SEM, SMO (social media optimization), community building, analytics, training to build in-house social media know-how et al.
What is the best strategy to tell a client the price of Social Media?
Is it just breathtaking, constantly scaring, too bright, difficult to furniture and would you get bored and used to it quickly? I was wondering myself while I watched the The7 promo video.
How does it feel like to live in a high-rise building with floor to ceiling windows that go from wall to wall?