SpeedSynch Resonance Rules #IN Managing Supply #Chain Market #Risk

Executives have embraced the World Wide Web to create unique marketing value or cut advertising costs of old Media business models and recently have discovered that Internet Marketing processes offer opportunities to significantly reduce business risk in their supply chain. 

Risk Reduction and Extended Supply Chains

Reducing business risk as products flow along their Supply Chain provides a positive impact on future product values, sales or profits by exploiting insights of changes in; 

  • Customer Demand
  • Customer Behaviours
  • Competitor Product features
  • Customer Content preferences
  • Customer Media preferences

These and other changes may be mapped by employing the concept of Resonance to determine their impact on product values as products travel across their Supply Chains.

Extended Supply Chains and TransMedia

Web2.0 technologies have enabled innovation and caused distress in Media markets, the implosion of News related business models, the spectacular rise of Social Media platforms and more recently the subtle use of TransMedia, where stories are delivered in segments across multiple media channels or extended supply chains or different places, spaces and times. 

TransMedia techniques offer innovative alternatives to traditional advertising and faster more flexible options to creative marketers to differentiate their customers and their competitors.

The other significant innovation in Internet Marketing is the concept of ‘Resonance’ used to convey how closely two things ‘vibrate’ or their affinity to each other. Resonance has also recently been embraced by Twitter as the core of its Advertising revenue model. 

SpeedSynch Resonance and Content

SpeedSynch Resonance Maps identify and map relationships between people, products and content to guide the delivery of stories across Media and TransMedia channels and platforms to align the resonance of products and content to the people they serve.

Inspired by Twitter’s innovation, SpeedSynch employs semantic algorithms to build SpeedSynch Resonance Maps to measure two other unique content values –

  •  Wayfinding or Navigation—help people find content or products
  •  Accelerated Learning—help people learn how to extract content or product values 

A SpeedSynch Resonance Map of the SpeedSynch Twitter stream:

 * Please click once or twice to enlarge or alternatively work with the enlarge option on your browser…

 

SpeedSynch Resonance Map of SpeedSynch.com Twitter Stream

Content and Profit Alignment Rules

People create content in the form of conversations and stories to ask questions or look for answers that reflect their changing needs or behaviours and content is used by corporations to express the value of their products to their customers

Alignment Rules Content 

  • Twitter content changes quickly
  • Blog content change is slower
  • Corporate web sites are slowest

Content ‘resonance’ helps you understand when your brand or product stories are aligned with your customers or how your customer needs have changed as your products are travelling along their Supply Chain.  Surprises when products arrive are not fun!

SpeedSynch uses content Resonance maps to align multiple customer behaviours to content and products that fit what they need.

Content and Resonance

Twitter Resonance is a critical element in communication today because it offers fast, simple and mobile real-time ability for people to exchange conversations, opinions and information.  Many Tweets or posts in a Twitter streams include external links or ‘backlinks’ to other content on web sites or social media sites.

Over the past five years we have developed SpeedSynch Resonance Maps to help marketers identify and map what is ‘top of mind’ to anticipate and adapt to changes in customer needs and behaviours to reduce business risk or increase revenue and profit opportunities.

Join us to see how Internet Marketing reduces your business and Supply Chain risk.

Cheers,

Nick Trendov nick@scenario2.com @SpeedSynch

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Risk and Opportunity Perception #IN Social Media

Accurate perception of risk and opportunity is important to most businesses and critical during this financial crisis.
 
Scenario Analysis, Risk and Opportunity Perception

I highly recommend Pierre Wack’s “Shooting the Rapids” for two reasons; the fascile conversational way in which Pierre Wack describes scenario analysis as he helps us conclude that it is a high value re-perception tool and the hidden reason–his inference that there is room for innovation in perception measures within scenario analysis.

Wack starts by gently offering us a brutaly brief though elegant synopsis of the prior state of forecasting and scenario analysis — “Things could go this way — or that”.

From “Things could go this way — or that”, a simple truth that is still evident today, Wack gently reveals the simple and unique innovation that raised scenario analysis to a high commercial art; Wack helped executives and managers use scenario analysis to re-perceive their complex daily reality. The re-perception required “rooting” where executives acknowledged the current state of their world and contributed stories from which two or more future worlds would be constructed.

Scenarios Focus Attention

Scenarios, story clusters or future worlds help executives anticipate and prepare for future events and align people, content, assets and processes very quickly once they understood which worldview would manifest.

“Shooting the Rapids” offers a unique opportunity In the age of Social Media platforms like Twitter and Linkedin to executives charged with navigating the current financial crisis by exploiting the Social Media platforms as perception, story and scenario generation platforms.

Social Media Resonance and Scenario Analysis

In my experience Social Media stories are critical to understanding the current state of any busiiness, and scenario resonance is crtical to understand how things evolve and when things change as while executives typically know where to go in the market, on arrival they sometimes find themselves quite far from from their original destination.

Wack’s “Shooting the Rapids” will inspire and help you re-percieve where you are and help you know where to go .

Shell reaped huge rewards with scenario analysis and so can you.

Join us to see how SpeedSynch Resonance Maps facilitate scenario analysis.

Cheers,
Nick Trendov @SpeedSynch  nick@Scenario2.com

IKEA Self-Assembly Ad Rules #IN Trans #Media Internet Advertising

A Brilliant IKEA ad that goes beyond its internet marketing or adverting value as it gently startles the reader to re-live the experience.

This interactive banner ad offers us a simple blueprint for great TransMedia or Cross Media campaigns where future customers are offered guidance to assemble unique story elements found in different places or spaces according to their CURRENT needs rather than values targeted by marketers and advertisers.

X-Media campaigns have great promise at a time where the value of SEO is rapidly declining and search is being displaced by Social Media for finding or refining questions or answers.

Self-assembly of stories is the core value we offer to our clients and we use our SpeedSynch Resonance Maps to help customers align their current or future needs to the content, products or processes. 

We welcome you to join us and explore this with us.

Cheers,
Nick @SpeedSynch

Measures make Competitive Analysis Predictive #IN @SpeedSynch

Competitive analysis is typically backward facing as it relies on measures and stories that happen in the past, but there are ways of making competitive analysis predictive.

Predictive Measures

Predictive measures are those that help you anticipate and exploit future events, much easier said than done, and very much on the minds of executives mostly as a way to mitigate risk.  However, there are simple ways that it is possible to identify future opportunities and the measures that indicate where and when they might happen.

Measures and Relationships

In business there are two broad types of measures used–measures that indicate

  1. GOALS or objectives
  2. DIFFERENCES between goals and outcomes

While comparing these two measures is very simple it is the detail that provide us with the greatest opportunity to understand what happened or how we may adjust along our path towards our objectives.  The detail in measures is provided by three significant relationships.

  1. PEOPLE
  2. CONTENT
  3. PROCESS or Work

Relationships and Predictive Analysis

Understanding the relationships of people, content and process related to each goal allows us to understand when things change with our customers and prospects.  Quickly adjusting to market changes then permit our estimates and goals to be tuned as we go to market and help shape future options for our customers and prospects.

Measuring carefully or rather letting your customers and prospects adjust your measures and future goals provides a unique element to your competitive analysis, it becomes predictive.

Predictive Analysis and Resonance

We typically skip the market analysis part of this relationship because we prefer to take the customer or prospect perspectives of measures and content requirements.  This approach is simple and employs the concept of Resonance which has recently been championed by Twitter in their Advertising model.

Resonance is a simple concept as employed by Twitter, if content is popular it is Tweeted and Re-Tweeted.  If content stops being popular then it ‘dies’.  Essentially Twitter is a ‘market space’ where the Twitter community ‘votes’ and where it is easy to see if and when members of the Twitter community ‘spam’.

Resonance and Spam

One of the significant impediments to adding a predictive element to competitive analysis is spam, simply because spam distorts analysis by placing artificial importance to products or people which is difficult, if not impossible, to compensate with traditional or social media analytics tools.  We use SpeedSynch Resonance Maps to augment competitive analysis and provide a predictive value based on persona behaviour.

Contact us if adding a predictive element to your competitive analysis may help you.

Cheers,

Nick www.speedsynch.com

Resonance, Prediction Marketing and B2B ROI #IN

Applying ROI to Marketing is occassionally treacherous as it often creates a debate about what may be measured and what is ‘soft’ or ‘just a guess.  In my experience I have found that ROI calculations are based on political choices related to formulaes and time whether the project is related to building a new factory, buying new bottling equipment, justifying a new computer hardware server or marketing. 

Deep dig enough and it is all ‘soft’, precise as it may appear.  Now lets get to Marketing ROI.

B2B ROI is different that B2C ROI because of the behaviours of the prospects or customers that buy products from businesses.  Business people buy products to consume though most of their expenditures are embedded into their products or services for re-sale, hence the distinction B2B.

B2B buyers or the decision makers that decide what to buy and when act differently so our meausres of ROI must be different.  Marketers must spend money differently on identifying customer or prospect behaviours and delivering messages to support the sales of products or services to B2B buyers.

Prediction Marketing, all the current rage, is not based on ‘past’ behaviour but rather our ability to predict future behaviour which simply means understanding where are our prospects or customes going rather thant where have they gone in the past.

We use a combination of Predictive Marketing and determine the ROI values important to our customers or prospects to determine where they are going so that we know how and where to deliver our value propositions.

Contact us to see how SpeedSynch Resonance Maps and Predictive Marketing can help you.

Cheers,

Nick www.speedsynch.com

Mobile APPS and Twitter based TransMedia Marketing

Do mobile APPS add value to your phone or product marketing?

The mobile phone provides tremendous opportunities for marketers to deliver unique value by employing mobile APPS to deliver content to the right people or people to the right content according to mobile phone user needs.

‘Twist’ for Twitter is a concept mobile APP that twists Twitter content to the perspective of mobile phone users by delivering content or people to the appropriate physical or digitial spaces across (trans) media channels for;

  • Marketing–alignment of content and people with ‘Resonance
  • Questions and Answers–helps ‘Find’ answers or ‘Refine’ questions
  • Fast Learning–brokers Content, Persona expertise and Process best practices

Think of the mobile phone’s Twitter UI as Twiest for Twitter’s ‘on/off ramp’ which sends Twitter content to a cloud server to create SpeedSynch RESONANCE MAPS or content GIS based on relationships of;

  • PEOPLE ‘Personae’
  • CONTENT marketing/learning/navigation
  • PROCESS or work

The `Twist` for Twitter concept above mirrors the value delivered by our SpeedSynch internet marketing software.

Cheers,
Nick @SpeedSynch

Social Media Strategy and Change

In an answer to a LinkedIn question about the definition of Social Media Strategy I answered that we accomodate constantly changing needs and embed them into our Social Media Strategy by defining Strategy as the point at the intersection of Goals, Metrics and Resources.

Flexible Social Media Strategy 

Typically Social Media ‘strategy’ focuses on selling though it is easy to apply Social Media investments to many corporate, profit or not-for profit, NGO or political places and spaces.  Regardless of the venue or business, once the Strategy target is set (Goal, Metrics, Resources) we create relationship maps of People, Process (work) and Content.

Once we determine strategic relationships we then consider Value outcomes of our Social Media Strategy.  Value is different than our Goals though it may also be included in our use of Metrics.  High quality customer relationships is an example of a Value.

Understanding how customers rank Value and then linking it back to our Strategy allows us to work with our next two elements; Content and Learning.

 
Content and Learning

Content takes customers or other value chain partners to the Value that we deliver and helps us learn and deliver learning across our value stream, including our customers. Innovation and market success depends on our ability to understanding learning requirements and deliver them as part of our Value.

Social Media Strategy is only as good as your ability to help people find the relationships they need between People, Work and Content. Learning supports the ability to innovate and ensure that the content is learned to the benefit of value chain partners and customers.

 
Social Media and the Social Graph

Silicon Valley insiders employ the concept of ‘Social Graph’ to Social Media evaluations though it is a ‘command and control’ concept where it is assumed that relationships are fixed. Twitter’s Resonance business model is much better as community members can create temporary relationships and with this we get to our ‘secret’ strategic ingredient–perspective.

We allow our customers or other value chain partners to take any perspective according to their needs. During one social interaction a person may look like one market segment and during another they may look like another–behaviour flexibility matter more than fixed market segments or social graphs where everything is a commodity.

Currently it appears that Twitter’s software platform offers better value faster and from multiple perspectives to community members and so our Strategy starts with Twitter though this may change.

Why do we start with software? It is easier to anchor customer presentations and compare value delivered by other Social Media platforms and advertising campaigns to Twitter’s software and Advertising Resonance model. It is a solid benchmark even if the client need takes us in a different direction whether we employ Social Media for marketing, advertising or deliver other value to value stream partners or even internally for innovation or manufacturing support.

Social Media Behaviours and Infrastructure Investments

Another hidden value offered by a good Social Media Strategy is the ability to understand shifting customer or market behaviours and helping infrastructure projects move forward profitably. Wireless providers typically have a long cycle for infrastructure investments, one which is longer than new product introductions and perhaps new customer behaviours that move from heavy voice use to heavy SMS and video use.

Part of all of our client Social Media Strategy analysis is linking current products and customer behaviours to infrastructure deployments.

Once we understand markets are diverging from the value delivered during a deployment we map the new behaviours, hop back into the POS or BI warehouses to adjust demand models, compare anticipated demand to value delivered with future infrastructure and then jump back outside to tune marketing advertising programs to incent or dis-incent behaviours and align customer demand to upcomming infrastructure deliver as much as possible.

This reduces both infrastructure and market risk and ideally our recommendation would be to provide contractual amendment suggestions so that suppliers might shift what they deliver to adjust even more.

Baby steps first.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,
Nick

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3 Ways to Profit from Twitter Resonance Earlybird Offers

Here are 3 ways to profit from Twitter Resonance and Earlybird Offers.

  • Competitive Analysis — understand how competitors change their market offers relative to your current market offers.
  • Customer Resonance — examine Earlybird Offers to determine which customer behaviours or ‘Resonance‘ is targeted.
  • Capacity Analysis — explore the impact of Earlybird Offers on the capacity analysis or your ability to deliver similar offers.

Profit and Resonance

The concept of resonance is simple, people and products ‘vibrate’ according to how their value, needs and how they define answers and problems.  In order to increase sales and profits marketers must ensure that products may be found and that customers understand their value.  The closer the resonance match between products and customers the higher the sales and profits.

Resonance and Competitive Analysis

Viewing Earlybird Offers on Twitter is a fast, simple and effective way to understand in realtime any new or changing offers delivered by competitors and provides a quick way to help adjust your product offers as needed.

Competitive Analysis and Customer Resonance 

Competitor offers are only important if they affect your customers and if their offers don’t ‘resonate’ with your customers then they are effectively harmless.  Our clients benefit from Resonance Maps created by our SpeedSynch Internet marketing software which helps them align their product values to the values needed by their customers.

Customer Resonance and Capacity Analysis

Large North America mobile (wireless) services providers have a problem as their infrastructure takes a long time to plan, provision and recover investments needed to support constantly changing customer and market demands.  We are working with the infrastructure models of wireless providers to align their new product offers to the delployment schdules of the expensive infrastructure they require for their business–cell towers, backup equipment, server farms for operations and content stores, billing application ehancements, etc…

Understanding changes in customer behaviours or Customer Resonance helps us go back into the wireless customer demand models and adapt them according to trending behaviours and take the adjust models back out to the market to incent or dis-incent behaviours.  This helps our wireless clients ‘tune’ changing customer demand to their longer term asset acquisitions and project deployments.  Ignoring changes in Customer Resonance may cause new infrastructure to become obsolete before it is delivered.

Capacity analysis helps wireless services providers tune their assets and adjust purchases or deployments in a coordinated fashion with their market planning and advertising spend.  It is easier when everyone knows which way to row the boat and when.

Contact us to see how SpeedSynch Resonance Maps can help you with your customers or align your infrastructure projects.

Cheers,

Nick Trendov www.speedsynch.com @speedsynch

How Google Instant Shapes Your Brand

Google’s Instant looks like a simple change to help users though you should be aware of how it moulds your brand visibility and the how it nudges searchers during their search interactions. 

What is Google Instant?

Google Instant offers ‘suggestions’ as searchers type words into the Google search box and though this approach is not new Google has contrived a new way to offer search word suggestions that can shape your brand message by offering searchers keywords as they type.  If you are a brand owner this  problematic and the keywords suggested are ones that you didn’t purchase or negatively impact your brand and potentially determine whether searchers even find your brand.  We have tested a number of cases and found the simple story that includes Nescafe, Starbucks, Amazon and Google’s Instant to illustrate the peril of Google Instant to your brand value and the structrual flaw with SEO–you let Google shape your brand, and it may not be to your benefit.

On the plus side it ‘saves time’ for searchers as now they don’t have to read the search engine results pages or SERP to find what they seek.  For brand owners however it may appear that Google’s Instant is another way to extract advertising revenues as the ‘big brands’ magically appear even if their products are new or not well known. 

Bad new for SEO however as the concept of page ranking disappears as brand owners will now focus on ranking with instant suggestions rather than on a page.  While there is no public ‘rate card’ yet but bloggers out there see this opportunity and if Google doesn’t do it then another search engine will or better still a Social Media site! 

Google Instant Shapes Brand Visibility

Imagine if you had a very valuable consumer products brand, let’s say coffee and one of your most profitable and well respected products is instant coffee.  Now imagine waking up one morning and receiving a call from your marketing manager saying that your site traffic was down, your internet marketing responses just tanked and your SEO reports and internet marketing software appear to show that Google Instant may be the problem!   Could this happen to you? 

How Googles Instant Trumps Instant Coffee

Google Instant is new, a couple of days old when this blog post was written so not many of the billions of internet users have heard of it and fewer understand its implications, but one thing appears clear, Google Instant trumps Nescafe Instant Coffee in a search–imagine that!

Note is the suggestions offered as I type ‘instant’ into the search box and how it differs from a typical search process where you see a search engine results page or SERP after you type ‘instant’ and submit the word to Google. 

Resonance maps by SpeedSynch.com counter Google Instant Brand Shaping

Google Instant Trumps Brand Visibility and Messaging.

 This is what a ‘regular’ search looks like and the visibility of Nescafe is ok.  Amazon ranks higher as their business model is really SEO not books as most people think and affiliate marketers contribute a huge chunk of Amazon revenues by standing between Nescafe and their customers. 

You may re-consider both SEO and Google Instant after seeing them both up close and this is way since early 2009 over half of searches begine in Social Media sites and why IBM is nudging their channel partners into the Social Media spaces–profit. 

SpeedSynch determines Resonance to counter Google Instant

Google Instant Trumps Brand Visibility and Messaging

Resonance is the core of Twitter’s advertising model and avoids the dark side of SEO, spam and making people believe that they should surrender their brands to SEO and those that shape it.We can help you with SEO too if that’s what you need, call us to learn more about the rising impact of Social Media on internet marketing and how Resonance as a better, cooler, faster and more effective alternative to Google Instant and the erroding value of SEO.

Cheers, 

Nick 

http://isemanticblog.wordpress.com @speedsynch

Twitter Resonance Rules Brand Evolution — The Prequel.

It seems that during the rise of Social Media marketers have been confounded by the Twitter software platform and have struggled to understand its impact on the companies that they serve or their profession.  The temporary nature of Twitter communications is contradictory to one of the prime directives of marketing, defining and increasing brand value.
When I visited Silicon Valley in San Francisco in 1992 I saw the first Yahoo! billboards that promoted the notion of the internet and the Yahoo! directories and in 1998 or 1999 I noticed the beginning of Googles search engine results pages driven by content backlinks in a form of a popularity contest.  Five or six years later the idea of search engine optimization is born when competition starts to erupt over link names and search engine page results or SEPR ranking.

 

Marketers were watching Google carefully and noticed that it was much more cost effective to adevertise on the internet and you could advertise to individuals unlike mass media of the day.  Marketing was moving slowly into the world wide wieb and soon the crawl would be a walk and then a race to see who could stake the best words in a form of ‘virtual land grab’ so that when searchers entered a phrase into a search window the products promoted by savvy marketers would rise above their slower and less internet knowledgable competitors.

 

Branding also evolved quickly in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s mostly due to the rise and fall of world economies and old school advertising agencies we pressured heavily by Public Relations firms that repeatedly SHOUTED their messages.  It appeared that quanitiy and repetition had triumphed over quality, at least in most cases.  The repetition of brand messages fit well into the theory of branding where it was assumed that products would be purchased in perpetuity and that brand managers would strive to maximize profits and determine how to position brands so that competitors could not take customers and sales from the brand.

 

Economies of scale in manufacturing and advertising were critical drivers of brand equity where eventually competitors would start to outsource in continually lower cost global locations while seeking any advantage in their brand warfare.  Eventually the global outsourcing trend moved from a crawl to a brisk walk and then a frenzied dash to Canada then to Mexico, China, India, Brazil and the Phillipines.

 

Software suppliers like ASK, CA, BaaN, IMI, SAP, Oracle and IBM provided big corporations big systems to control global supply chains and achieve the dream of global economies of scale.  The stretched supply chaines required supplier agreement timelines of up to two years which became a problem and eventually bankrupt corporations like Nortel who were competiting with Asian competitors of handsets and telephone infrastructer with product cycles of six months or less.  The Nortel products and inventory, on-hand and future committments was obsolete before it could be manufactured  The large ERP systems compounded the problem as planning cycles were optimized and precise, thoug it was doubtful if the users were capable of assessing the risk or trained to deal with it nor were the suppliers capable of adjusting quickly to the new world order.  Time was speeding up and the corporations with few long term obligations and even fewer long term investments would reap the rewards.  Marketing and Branding followed the trend of cost reduction and increasing speed and internet services and product vendors like Cisco, Oracle and SAP were happy to comply with the direction and push hard when they realized giants like IBM were afraid of leaving profitable territory.

 

Rise of the Internet and Speeding up of Time
One significant consequence in the speeding up of time in business is that products have become commodities and in markets like fashion it may be as little as two or three days after a model walks down the runway in Milan that a knock off or copy of very good quality clothing is being loaded into a container in Asia bound for European and American retailers.  Branding is the only distinquishing feature in the commodity game and marketing the main value driver.

 

From early 2000 to about 2005 marketers had an easy time cutting advertising costs by shifting to PR and internet advertising, mostly around email and simple websites and while a lot was said about electronic commerce not too much was happening, yet.  As cost competition rose so did competition for favourable internet branding position and this cause the creation of a new profession, search engine marketers which could exploit the tendency of people to type a few words into a search engine box and be ‘served’ the answers to their questions.  Google made billions by being a servant. 

 

SEO Entrepreneurs Take Profits from the mouths of Search Engines
It didn’t take entrepreneurs too long to figure out how to exploit search engines and learn to stand between product manufacturers and millions of buyers who wanted to buy their products on-line saving 50% or more in the process.  Soon every brand would be pushed down in the search engine results pages or SERP.  The process accelerated faster with the creation of the Social Media software platforms WordPress, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter and soon SEO entrepreneurs could create content and backlinks to easily manipulate the SERP and amateurs realized what was possible and they climbed aboard the gravy train.

 

In an attempt to counteract the trend Google buys Metaweb the semantic database firm, starts its own blog platform and starts archieving Twitter feeds while pushing the SEO entrepreneurs to create video content and feed its YouTube pipe which it aims squarely at the old Media conglomerates.  In the meanwhile Blockbuster Video enters bankruptcy protection in mid 2010 and Twitter reaches over 150 million users, most of them mobile and in countries like Brasil and India.  Sylvester Stallone shows the world the new Twitter marketing resonance rules as his move Expendables first catches and then screams by Leonardo DiCaprio’s Inception.  Stallone is fueled by a clever tsunami like Twitter campaign fueled by millions of Brasillian Tweets.

 

The quick rise of Social Media and Twitter makes it harder to convince advertisers that search engines would or even could continue to deliver the brand value and in late 2008 or early 2009 over half of searches started in Social Media software platforms.  Corporations quickly start jumping into the Social Media and Twitter pool with both feet distressing all of their suppliers who must quickly re-face products that were designed in the late 1990’s to now work in a world where business models and time had accelerated beyond recognition.

 

Twitter Rules Brand Evolution
With only 140 characters the Twitter software platform is able to deliver stunning value by combining content and backlinks so that if a Tweet or micro blog post is not popular it expires.  No need to assess or rank, no need to archieve.  All of the work is outsourced to the Twitter community.  Better still no need to worry about old content, good bad or indifferent, and certainly no need to build server farms worldwide.

 

Instead of charging fees based on ‘clicks’ and forcing customers to spend money and time on SEO that is totally disconnected with sales, Twitter charges advertisers according to how long a Tweet is heard and how far it goes across groups in the Twitterverse.  Unless a Tweet is ‘Re-Tweeted’ it expires though advertisers can promote their own Tweets which means that Twitter will place a very few of them in their Trending dashboard making them visible to millions of Tweeters globally.

 

Marketers get multiple branding messages for free which is a pleasant change from SEO models where a ‘conversion’ or sales ratio of 5% is considered wildy successful, if you don’t count that you have to pay for the other 95% of ‘clicks’.

 

Branding has moved to virtual real time speed with Twitter though marketers haven’t had the opportunity to explore or determine best measures Resonance or the relationship between Customers, Products and Content.

 

We have come to the end of our Prequel and examples of Resonance Measures and the technologies that we have applied for the past three years may be found at http://twitter.com/resonantview or https://speedsynch.wordpress.com or http://www.speedsynch.com

 

Cheers,
Nick Trendov
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