In February 2011 Intellecta Corporate published the results of their first Twitter Census. Hampus Brynolf and Intellecta have today presented the results of their second Twitter Census. There are almost 300,000 Swedish Twitter accounts. Comparable method The same method as the first Twitter census has been used to decide
At the beginning of this year, Itellecta Corporate presented the results of their Twitter Census, based on data collected in December 2010. This week Aitellu has presented their research, based on data from the last week of November 2011. They found that there were 146995 Swedish Twitter accounts. What counts
Intellecta Corporate have presented some additional findings based on new analysis of their data collected from Twitter during December 2010. In the previous presentation they came to the conclusion that there were 35993 active Twitter users in Sweden. The new analysis focused on segmentation of the active twitter accounts. How
For your reading pleasure this week, a collection of links (and summaries) including articles related to: Social media, UX, intranets, SEO and web analytics. Social Ellos at the forefront of Nordic Digital e-commerce Jesper gets all excited about Ellos and how they are dragging their shopping experience into the future.
This time, a collection of links (and summaries) including articles related to: Social media and social search, web strategy and web management, Optimisation, usability testing and Eye tracking. Social media & social search Google Search Finally Going Fully Social With Shared Twitter Links And Even Quora Data More Google (social) search
Today Intellecta Corporate presented the results of their Twitter Census. The first time a systematic analysis of Twitter use in Sweden has been performed. During December 2010, Over a million Twitter accounts were analysed and over twenty million tweets. Leading to a figure of 91316 Swedish Twitter accounts. What’s
Information Architecture 101: Techniques and Best Practices A great “briefing paper” from Six Revisions, intending to raise awareness of the discipline with designers. Mental Models The latest Alertbox post covers what users think they know and how that affects their behaviour. Users, designers and developers all have differing mental models.
Implementing Yammer within Your Organization Using Twitter Best Practices The featured tool in this article is Yammer, but the tactics and principles described are valid for whatever intranet collaboration tool you are rolling out. Three critical tactics according to Hanesbrands: Gain leadership support, Partner early with IT, Help employees use
In February this year Swedish Social media facilitator Anders Sporring decided for personal branding reasons to change his Twitter profile name from @CityRat59 to @AndersSporring I’m going to side-step the debate of whether this is a good or bad thing to do from a branding perspective, but instead use
Social Media Cheat Sheet A useful refererence to have in your collection. It’s comprehensive enough, up to date, and contains relevant advice. Reporting from the Internet and using social media Reuters have published their social media guidelines. Built on Reuters own “Trust Principles”, they are a good, sensible, example
5 intranet trends for business managers in 2010 Janus lists 5 trends: metrics, mobility, social, task-based, usability. The same 5 equally apply to any web-based activity, not just intranets… Is collaboration enough to connect-the-dots? Some good solid advice on what components are needed to make collaboration capable of “joining the
Common and real concerns about intranet micro-blogging Oscar de-bunks, with the help of some sociology and communication theory, a few of the most commonly aired concerns regarding the using of micro-blogging as an intranet tool Top 5 Misconceptions about How Social Media traffic Converts Jesper helps explain how social media
Facebook: Fastest growing web site of all time Facebook’s sustained growth is staggering. Mashable have made some calculations based on various available figures. At an estimated 500,000 new users per day it must be by far the fastest growing user-base the Internet has ever seen. Although impressive, such