A social media links list curated from a (mostly) US perspective. Below are just a few of the Social Media reads from around the web this week that caught our eye. Enjoy!
What US Teens are Doing Online
The 2011 Teens and Digital Citizenship Survey by Pew’s Internet & American Life Project, in which 799 teens aged 12 to 17 were polled from April 19 through July 14. We were fascinated by the results – a long but worthy read.
YouTube’s audience now 60% Non-English Speaking
Have we mentioned lately that eModeration offers moderation services in over 70 languages? Just sayin’.
70% of US Web Users Watch Online Content
Our US team watches online content, but only for work. And for viral videos. And episodes of The Guild … maybe it would be simpler to list what we don’t watch on the web.
The King of Tumblr
A great email Q&A with Anthony de Rosa, Social Media Editor of Reuters, on the hows and whys of the intersection of Social Media with Journalism.
Filtering the Firehose: TV Partners for Twitter
Mass Relevance and Crimison Hexagon were named as curation partners for repurposing tweets for repurpose tweets for use on websites, television shows, jumbotrons and more.
First Mixed Reviews of Google + for Brands
Discussion of Google+ brand pages is everywhere following this week’s release (including tangentially here on the eModeration blog.) We found this piece by Ki Mae for Adweek to be both well-rounded and insightful.
James Bond is now on Twitter
We were hoping for more birds-eye-view tweets instead of production PR releases, but the account is young.
The Muppets Almost Make it to the Oscars via Grassroots Social Media
Apparently Billy Crystal has been named the new host. Miss Piggy, we were rooting for you.