The Internet, social networking, and Web 2.0 tools are changing the way we deal with content. In reading Ron Miller’s article on the Free Content Conundrum, I can see that publishers like newspapers and even textbook companies are trying to figure out their new business model.
David Meerman Scott states in his books "The New Rules of Marketing and PR" and "World Wide Rave" that the rules are different on the web. He says that good content does it naturally because when people come to your site, the popularity of this content rises, it raises your search engine ranking. Then, even more ... more...
Last Comment By Teresa Roebuck July 22, 2009 -- 09:49 PM
Have you been reading about Facebook’s new intent to use any of their members’ content as long as they want? [source] What do you think of this? What do you think happens to any of your content on FlickR, Google Sites, or other social networking tools? Looks like Facebook responded to the flood of messages about this. [source] Be aware though that if you made your content public and left Facebook, they can do anything they want with it.
I have joined lots of social networking sites including Facebook. I even created a My eCoach Share Place so eCoach members could share with the world what ... more...
Last Comment By Russ Knopp March 22, 2009 -- 04:15 PM