Jeremiah’s weekly digest of the social media world is always a great read, and can save time crunched execs from having to fan throughout the blogosphere for info. This week’s top story is MySpace will adapt to challenge Facebook’s rise to prominence.
Our man on the West Coast Brian Solis has an excellent discussion on how news can be broken using social media tools as opposed to the old web 1.0 days of media tours, embargoes and news releases.
Shel Holtz discusses the incredible amount of social media conferences popping up these days. There’s no lack of good networking and great information to be had.
Events happen quicker using social media channels. Qui Diaz discusses the blogosphere/social network world’s reaction to the San Diego wildfires.
Marshall Kirkpatrick discusses five ways not to engage in blogger relations.
Rohit Bhargava chats up seven things companies can do to better engage their agency. Really good tenants for any consulting relationship.