Three Four Great Articles About Facebook
Every morning, I go to my RSS reader and pull out a few tasty chunks of content: usually about ten out of 500 or so items. I open each in a tab in my browser, then I go through the list and decide what to do with each of them.
This morning, three of my nine tasty content chunks were about Facebook. And I decided that I should post them here:
- Jeremiah Owyang comments on Wal-Mart’s sinking Facebook strategy and offers some sage recommendations for how to turn things around. Basically, he says they should rise to a new level of facilitated conversation.
- Wired’s Kendall Black has some tips from a Facebook native to share. Among her pearls of wisdom, “poke frequently.” I couldn’t agree more.
- Marketing Pilgrin’s Jordan McCollum has some great insights on using Facebook for B2B relationships and for being a Facebook entrepreneur.
Update: Whoops! I forgot to list Dave McClure’s insight: it’s the feed, stupid!