Clubhouse has some serious value, but a few flaws.

Thousands of posts have been shared online about Clubhouse, the app marketers, entrepreneurs, and entertainers are raving about. My mentor, Dennis Yu, invited me to the app and into my first room as a speaker —I suddenly shared the stage with some extremely authoritative entrepreneurs, but with zero context. I’m a nobody… but my name was right next to Dan …

What is the best way to determine a page’s ROI?

Everyone wants to determine the ROI on their page likes and be able to directly attribute a page like’s value relative to a conversion. But there’s been confusion conveying this value in a way that’s measurable back to that bottom dollar. So what’s the best way to track this or paint a better picture on the value of a like? …

Your killer PR team works for a dollar a day!

Imagine being able to hire a top notch PR team that could tell your story to the press, industry influencers, and potential customers? Normally, they charge $7,500 a month for a basic retainer, but you get them for a dollar a day.   The results are tremendous.   You get quoted in major news publications. Clients come rolling in, since …

Facebook in Brazil– how did our predictions from a few years ago turn out?

The social sphere evolves quickly, especially in the past few years. Fabio Ricotta of mestreSEO interviewed us back in 2010, and some predictions surfaced about where Facebook was heading: Fabio: Dennis, can you tell our community who you are and some background information about you? Dennis: Fabio, pleasure to join you. I am formerly of Yahoo and now the co-founder …

Facebook can predict if you’re gay and like ice cream

Networked Insights saw declining mentions of iPhones by teens as a signal for Apple’s depressed earnings forecast What women most want is ice cream, while men want cars says social analytics firm NetBase. Facebook can predict if you’re gay or exactly where you’ll be in one year from now within 50 meters with high accuracy (Hey, do you like Spongebob and work out on Wednesday mornings …