Posts Tagged ‘sns’
The OpenSocial alliance among a variety of consumer social network sites (SNSs) — most notably MySpace — is designed to allow marketers to leverage as never before the word-of-mouth strength of a social graph. This story about the less-known business vertical SNSs (such as those catering to physicians and telecom professionals), reminds me of this exciting reality:
Any b-to-b site with an active community and the flexibility of adopting OpenSocial can reap the same benefits.
Below is Google’s somewhat dorky video explaining the OpenSocial API.
Also, here’s a terrific explanation of what a social graph is, why marketers should care, and what they should do with the sites they manage in light of this information.
Tags: b-to-b, myspace, opensocial alliance, sns, social graph, social network sites
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