These are my links for May 31st through June 14th:
- jQuery Masonry · David DeSandro – Intriguing way to tesselate content areas. Better than CSS floats, David Desandro’s method minimizes empty areas caused by content area heights in the same row.
- One-Third of Twitter Users Talk Brands – eMarketer – There are a finite number of influencers in the social space who will _ever_ consider talking brand or products. As this plateau continues, the competition for a share of voice with these influencers will become more and more fierce. Better spend some time on creative social presence, and stop just pushing out coupons.
- BP buys oil spill PPC ads: Nice idea, poor execution | Econsultancy – Interesting use of PPC display ads as PR damage control. We’ve seen this done with AdWords, but display ads area an even louder (faster?) way to respond to negative press.
- Candid answers from AT&T on the new iPhone data plans – The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) – Everything you really need to know about the AT&T plans.
- An Author’s Plan for Social Media Efforts « [chrisbrogan.com] – Just change the word “book” to product or brand, and this post is a great how to guide for social influence marketing.