Where is the money in social media? One of the 22 revenue streams is donations and a foundation stone of open source online community economies.
What is “the experience economy” – is it the next step on from agrarian, commodity, service…? How does value – and therefore money, currency – shift when people are more willing to pay for intangible experiences than physical goods? Can we monetize something in our minds? The first episode of my new podcast, Social Media Business, looks at revenue stream associated with providing your online community or social networks with a real world experience such as a meetup, conference or party.
Gary Hayes has done an awesome job of putting the Business into social Augmented Reality. Augmented reality is where a device puts an overlay over the real world. E.g. view a scene through your mobile phone camera and additional bits and bobs pop up. Social Media Marketing meets Physical World. 16 Top Augmented Reality Business…
MySpace has released a credit card for youngsters, in conjunction with ANZ, Visa. But does it go far enough.
Explanation of a bunch of virtual goods products and services companies, monetizing social media and social network activity, as a revenue stream or business model for online communities.
2009 July – Facebook to make $550 million this year. Various revenue streams and business models of Facebook and MySpace including virtual gifts.
Establishing revenue and monetization from free social media sites – Craigslist is hitting $100 million this year. Online Communities and Social Networks may yet show Rupert Murdoch a thing or two. Including the new rivers of gold?
After the radio interview with Tony Delroy a few days ago, I’ve had an inordinate number of requests for information on social lending and microfinancing sites. Particularly Australian p2p banks. Remember a bank holds money that the community members have each – for example, salaries, or savings. Then the bank manager takes the community money…
While you are reading the presentation outline below I’d like you to think about the Twitter change today. Today Twitter turned off “see replies to those I’m not following”. Therefore if I’m (@SilkCharm) having a conversation with @garyphayes, and you follow me but not him, you used to see my conversation, even though it’s “one…
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