Social Media Landscape (redux)

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    An overview of social media tools and services (update version - march 2009). If you are looking for the explanation, it's here : Social Media Landscape Redux.

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    1. aveek mehta 59 months ago | reply

      pretty useful n easy 2 understnd dis pic, i must admt. Opens d whole sm landscape 2 u. to bettr undrstand dis pic u cn registr for a webinar being conducted by Dave evans himself on "social media n its operations in various fields" on dis link:

    2. Ton de Looijer 59 months ago | reply

      Thanks for your overview. It was very useful to me as you can see here (although in Dutch ;-)

    3. 59 months ago | reply

      Hello Fred,

      Very nice layout and nice balance between the grids.

      Could I suggest that some of the SM apps are bidirectional eg you can communicate from Facebook back to Blogger/Twitter etc.

      I think if you updated the diagram to reflect this (just a suggestion!) it would reflect the relationships between the apps more faithfully.

      Wonderful diagram with all that said.

      Off to visit your site now.


    4. pedrik 52 months ago | reply

      So what about Skype? It is one of the most used social networks, though it may be mistaken as one of the old technologies...

    5. Alan in Belfast 52 months ago | reply

      Frankly I'm scared. Social media has become a monster!

    6. 52 months ago | reply

      Don't call me Frankly!

    7. rgrossard002 49 months ago | reply

      Une méthode efficace de modéliser et de synthétiser l'univers des réseaux sociaux.
      Romain Grossard de SRC Bordeaux.

    8. adrians6 30 months ago | reply

      I really like this image.

      Do I have the rights to use it on a blog post such as build an email list?


    9. IDBloggerBUzz 21 months ago | reply

      I realy like's so awesome vivacoid

    10. i_abel 17 months ago | reply

      great! good job :D

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