Was taking Facebook public a good idea or is the business of monetizing social networks a bad idea? Will the needs of the shareholders outweigh the needs of the users?
Foursquare is evolving to become more of a recommendation engine for locations. But is abandoning its gamification roots a smart move?
So, this article is for everyone who has a Twitter account. If you do the following things, it’s likely that I’m not going to follow you or retweet you (making you irrelevant to me on Twitter) and in some cases, I might even report you as a spammer.
If one thing holds true in the world of social media, change is inevitable. Facebook gets it, Twitter gets it, even Google, with it’s failed attempts at social applications gets it. Geolocation social media apps like FourSquare, GoWalla, GetGlue, and Yelp haven’t quite “gotten it” yet, though, and if they don’t figure it out soon, Facebook is going to eat their lunch.