Social Media, Twitter and a Japanese Wave

Social Media software platforms appear to have won the ‘trust’ war causing great distress to advertisers who had finally adjusted their business models to the new commercial reality of search engines.

The demise of SEO and rise of Twitter presents a new opportunity to forward thinking marketers and advertisers who are quickly shifting budgest away from the spam laden blogs though soon the social media platforms will have to wrestle with their own spam as the SEO crews move into the spaces in a desperate attempt to retain their high search engine page results rank.

Twitter and Trust

Twitter is immune to spam as content that is not relevent is not re-peated or re-Tweeted.  For the old school SEO types who try to cheat the Twitter business model if is obviously clear which communities spam even if the users create fictional names.

Trust and Relationships

SEO crews who depend on spam to create value or destroy brand value appear to have carte blanche in the blogs and can’t seem to make anything work in Twitter because any of their posts a ‘lonesome’ there is no connection or relationship between the spammers and real people or real content.  While relationships can be faked in the blogs the simple and temporary nature of Twitter makes spam very awkward.

Relationships and a Japanese Wave

Trust depends on relationships and relationships can be observed and assessed.  Consider this Japanese wave and how the small relationships in each of the waves relects the large relationships of the huge wave, the land and the mountain.  http://tinyurl.com/speedsynch-wave

Relationships, Trust and Speedsynch

While it is possible to fake anything relationships are difficult to fake because there are multiple perspectives where this may be found out.  See how SpeedSynch.com internet marketing software can help you align customers to products with content relationships and avoid the pain and drain of SEO spam.

Cheers,

Nick @speedsynch

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