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Shiny Object Syndrome

December 2, 2009 8:58 PM

The New Face Of Facebook tagged “Shiny Object Syndrome”

It's funny how new things can sometimes feel old. And, in the same breath, it's one of the most ridiculous things that can happen to a business. That "thing" is following whatever new and shiny object is currently the mass-media... Read more

By Mitch Joel


June 29, 200910:30 PM

Giving Something A Fighting Chance tagged “Shiny Object Syndrome”

Blogging is dead. Twitter is dead. MySpace is dead. Podcasting is dead. Dead is dead. Let's trot out the "fill-in-the-blank is dead" horse and beat it one last time, shall we? Whether we're dumping MySpace for Facebook, Twitter for FriendFeed,... Read more

By Mitch Joel


May 19, 200910:52 PM

Beyond The Hype tagged “Shiny Object Syndrome”

Once in a while, we all fall victim to the hype. It's just the way it is. Much like rubber-necking, if everyone else is checking something out, we feel like we have to as well - you know, just to... Read more

By Mitch Joel


February 3, 200910:32 PM

Social Media Is Just Getting Started tagged “Shiny Object Syndrome”

Are you suffering from Facebook Fatigue? Has Twitter got you tired? How many articles and Blog postings have you recently read on the death of (insert a social media platform here)? Is it all true or is this just the... Read more

By Mitch Joel


September 4, 200811:23 PM

Start Your Own tagged “Shiny Object Syndrome”

There's never been a better time to start your own Blog. If you're keeping score in the social media landscape, you're probably noticing many people bail on their Blogs and Podcasts for the conversations on Twitter or FriendFeed. I've Blogged... Read more

By Mitch Joel


August 2, 200811:49 PM

We're Just Getting Started... And You Should Too tagged “Shiny Object Syndrome”

A couple of days ago, I asked this question: Are You Excited To Be Here? While the question was more geared towards your motivation to serve the Marketing industry, it is directly tied into the thoughts in this Blog posting.... Read more

By Mitch Joel

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