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From Ross Miller / The Verge: Turns out “later in December” wasn’t that long at all for YouTube. The video portal is now available as an Xbox Live app for beta users, rolling out less than one week after the new Dashboard. It should appear in the apps marketplace window. YouTube shares the same Metro UI look as the rest of the platform and features Kinect support as well as access to your Watch Later, Playlists, Favorites, and Subscriptions. Read more
Source: The Verge
November 29, 2011 in Social
According to the Fall 2011 Attitudes and Outlook Survey from Constant contact, small businesses are becoming more savvy with social media marketing and are using it more & more to interact with customers.
It’s no surprise that Facebook is the most preferred social media platform; as per reports it is said to be used by 96% of small businesses, this is up from 82% last season. What is interesting though is that 86% of the respondents find it the most effective social media tool for their needs. I wonder why the other 10% continue to use Facebook if they don’t think it is helping their business?
While small businesses are well on board with social media marketing, they do admit that they are lagging behind when it comes to mobile. 72% of the survey respondents said that they have not teamed up mobile with any business functionality. This is a big part of the market they are missing out on but also a great opportunity to explore the mobile media space.
Source: Rene LeMerle from smallbusinessnewz
Facebook, it seems, has become the official spokesperson of the internet, or the symbol of the World Wide Web (at least for Americans, anyway). In the daily newspaper, the logo is seen printed with almost every ad. On television, they’re spotted on TV commercials along with a link to the advertiser’s Facebook page. A good number of websites require a Facebook login, and even chat clients like the recently upgraded AIM (which has thoroughly pissed off recent and long-time users) offers Facebook chat connectivity.
Skype is just as guilty. It integrated Facebook features into the Windows and Mac client some time ago adding items like news feeds, instant messaging and status updating. And back in July, actual Facebook video calling — powered by Skype — was launched on the social network. The feature isn’t exactly out in the open like all the other links lined up and down the Facebook page, but rather appears as a small video camera in the chat window of a Facebook friend when they’re online.
But web surfers who use both Facebook and Skype can now conduct Facebook to Facebook video chat right within the latest Skype beta client for Mac (5.4) and Windows PC (5.7). Users simply double-click on….more here http://goo.gl/L8INm
November 17, 2011 in Social
Netcraft has been publishing since February of 2003 and has given us a good indication of who is hosting the most sites and which is the preferred hosting software. Can you guess how many sites are out there?
Netcraft’s latest survey revealed 525,998,433 sites in total. However, not all of them are activy; only 172 million are in active use. These numbers compare to 463,000,317 sites and 170 million active sites just two months ago.
If we travel back in time, we find that there were just 35,863,952 in February of 2003 and just 105.2 million in December of 2006. As far as the plain number of sites is concerned, the web has about quintupled in less than five years. For 2011 alone, the Internet has almost doubled the number of its sites as Netcraft reported only 273,301,445 sites in January of this year. More at: http://www.tomsguide.com/us/internet-websites-analytics-statistics,news-13170.html
Facebook is testing out two new security applications to help users protect their accounts from being compromised by dangerous third-party apps or hackers.
In an blog post from the last days, the social networking giant unveiled the “trusted friends” feature to help users regain control of their account and application passwords to prevent malicious third-party apps from accessing account data. The features are planned to rolled out within the next weeks.
Facebook has provided a number of security tools recently, including Login Approvals, Login Notifications and One-Time Passwords. It’s also developed back-end systems to block spam from user accounts, malicious links from being posted on the Wall and stop potential cross-site scripting attacks, according to an infographic the team posted on the blog. Even with the measures in place, more than 600,000 accounts are compromised each day, according to the infographic. More info here
October 28, 2011 in Social
As promised at last week’s Web 2.0 Summit, Google has opened its social networking site to organizations, via integration with Google Apps.
The move will see hundreds of companies pouring onto the social network and setting up business pages. Over the next few days customers of Google Apps for Business or free customers will get access to Google+. Read more
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October 24, 2011 in Social
by SARAH PEREZ from Techcrunch:
Up-and-coming social network Google+ will soon be integrated with Google’s blogging platform, Blogger,according to a message now appearing in the “Edit User Profile” section of Blogger’s Settings.
The message reads “Connect Blogger to Google+ : Use your Google profile and get access to upcoming Google+ features on Blogger,” and includes links to “Learn more” and ”Get Started.” Unfortunately, the links are dead-ends right now, so we don’t yet know what type of integration is being planned. More info http://m.techcrunch.com/2011/10/24/google-to-integrate-with-blogger/?icid=tc_home_art&