Facebookers Like More Than They Share, Post Or Update – men are less engaged looking at this data
Marketing Strategies For A Digital Age – diversifying the media mix, improving communication and stimulating innovation.
On the Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics of Olympic ticket sales – broadstuff – expect a LOCOG lynch mob, or at least a public inquiry after the Olympics are all over
FT.com – No longer a Cinderfella – fashion as a real-world attention economy. Luxury brands having to step up and provide decent men’s products
Can Sina Weibo Enterprise Edition Kickstart Social eCommerce? [Graphic] – interesting view on Chinese platforms and the potential for social commerce
Youku To Produce Documentary On Internet Opinion Leaders | Penn Olson – online video site (think Vimeo or YouTube in terms of similarity of product offering) going into original content
Inland cities of China facing labor shortage – interesting how this dynamic plays out, expect smaller manufacturers to be be successful
Rough Type: Nicholas Carr’s Blog: More evidence of Net’s effect on the brain – interesting where this goes, could ‘Big Net’ feature alongside ‘Big Food’ and ‘Big Tabacco’?
Jack Ma: we’ve got this covered | FT.com – interesting how the Baby Taobaos are specialising to combat competition, if Steve Ballmer had done this with Microsoft; they’d have been dangerous
Anatomy of a Mashup: Definitive Daft Punk visualised – just beautiful thanks to Nick Osborne for pointing me in the right direction
Is Facebook Going Gray? – watch the ARPU
One Third of Millionaires Use Social Media – WSJ – implications for the luxury market
Hong Kong airport’s third runway [Monocle] – or implicitly why the UK couldn’t find its ass with a torch and a mirror
Price comparison sites may be breaking financial advice regulations, says FSA | Pinsent Masons LLP – I’d much prefer it if the FSA turned their attention to moneysavingexpert.com
Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Webinar: Implementing the +1 Button – reminds of that thing Google did where you starred the search engine results you liked
REPORT: Men Talk About Facebook Less Often – more evidence on Facebook’s lack of engagement with men