influence ripples

Will Twitter See an 'Oprah Effect', or Is Influence Overrated?

by: David Armano

Oprah Winfrey has not only joined Twitter, but is actively using the service. She began using the service on her show and since her first communication her amount of followers went from 54,864 at  9:30pm CST. to 215,961 followers (in a 24 hour period). The NY Times reports:

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Micro-Interactions 2.0

by: David Armano

Tomorrow, I'm giving a talk to a global group of executives from Citi, one of our clients. I've revised "Micro-Interactions" and really feel good about the direction it's moving in.

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Influence Ripples + Social Media Fragmentation

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Influencing Influencers

By: David Armano

Handy little article on Marketing Profs today regarding who influencers are, and how you can start a dialogue with one.  Here are some of my favorite thoughts:

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Influence Ripples 2.0

by: David Armano

Yet another stab at the blog levels of influence idea.  There are multiple ripples overlapping, happening in a three dimensional space—in real time.  If this were animated, the ripples would not dissapear, but radiate.   However more recent ripples would come into focus as new thoughts, conversations, and interactions happen over time.

 

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Influence Ripples

by: David Armano

An update of the levels of influence graph.

 

Influenced by:

"- but is there a place for circles in this sphere? Using a worn analogy - like ripples from a pebble dropped in the stream."
Bob

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Levels of Influence

by: David Armano

I’m working on a blog presentation I’ll be giving to our NY and Boston office in late Sept. (more on that later), and I wanted to visualize the idea of the blogger “A List”, B, C lists and so on.  But I thought I could take a slightly different angle on it. 

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