Posts by Dave Fleet

The 2010 Social Media Marketing Ecosystem

The 2010 Social Media Marketing Ecosystem

Forrester Research analyst Sean Corcoran recently posted an insightful breakdown of some of the differences between owned media, paid media...

Book Review: Social Media Marketing For Dummies

Book Review: Social Media Marketing For Dummies

A few weeks ago, I received a request to review Social Media Marketing For Dummies (affiliate link) from a publicist at...

Are Spammers Getting Smarter?

Are Spammers Getting Smarter?

If your blog gets any remotely significant amount of traffic, you’ve probably experienced problems with comment spam. Right now, I...

Top 10 DaveFleet.com Posts Of 2009

Top 10 DaveFleet.com Posts Of 2009

2009 has been quite the year for this site. Traffic rose by more than 140 per cent from 2008, and...

Where’s The Line With Location-Based Apps and Privacy?

Where’s The Line With Location-Based Apps and Privacy?

Loic Le Meur wrote yesterday about My Tracks – an application for Android phones which uses your phone’s GPS chip...

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

The holiday season is upon us, complete with over-indulging, over-spending and (with any luck) a little over-celebrating. While the Thornley...

Seven Reasons You Should Care About Disclosure on Twitter

Seven Reasons You Should Care About Disclosure on Twitter

A tweet from Eden Spodek caught my eye the other day: “Am I in the minority in thinking consultants should...

Six Ways To Silo-Bust Your Communications

Six Ways To Silo-Bust Your Communications

We’re into “2010 prediction season, and there are plenty of social media buzzwords being thrown around.” “Real-time,” “location-based,” “convergence” and...

Are We Seeing A Growth In “McDonalds Marketing”?

Are We Seeing A Growth In “McDonalds Marketing”?

Cheryl Andonian (aka Momblebee) suggested in a comment that Michael Arrington’s “McDonalds content” issue I wrote about yesterday goes beyond...

McDonalds Content and Social Search

McDonalds Content and Social Search

Michael Arrington wrote an interesting post recently about the ongoing evolution in the news business. Referring to “the end of...