Five for Friday is a regular feature here on MatthewHooper.com. Five for Friday features five pieces of content that I have come across on the web throughout the week. It is most likely posts from other blogs that I have found insightful or meaningful. It may also be a quick video or a piece of audio, such as a podcast, that has intrigued me.
- 500 Million Stories
- Carry Questions Around With You
- How To Learn (Absolutely Anything and Everything)
- Forrester: If You Think Social Media Marketing is Worthless, You’re Doing it Wrong
This week Facebook anounced that it passed the 500 million user mark. Love it or hate it, Facebook is huge. To put it into perspective, the population of North America is just less than 529 million.
Flipboard is a fantastic new iPad app. It’s a unique way to display shared items from Facebook and Twitter, as well as, around the web. It’s still a little flaky since it was just launched this week and it is getting overwhelmed with traffic. It’s worth a look.
A short but useful post about conversations.
A post about conquering goals by taking action. Obvious, but sometimes we all need to be reminded of this.
A good article about the importance of looking at the big picture when it comes to social media.
So what have you uncovered this week? Post some of your gems in the comments.