Revenue: Social media games and virtual goods 2010

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

billion this year, but South Korea has had cyber goods for a decade (around $4 billion). In fact Cyworld (South Korea) has huge number of members – like 86% of the Korean population – and zero adveritising. Virtual goods in the USA will reach $1.6


Mapping a community – easy and not-so-easy

Learning Alliances

South Korea. Korea, Republic of. Three responses per country: Brazil, Nepal, South Africa, and Spain. Here’s the final table I arrived at which compares “South” and “North” in terms of “ satisfaction with the Ning platform.”


A call to ignore our prime minister in Copenhagen

Chris Corrigan

Here is Stephen Harper touting a total myth: “Without the wealth that comes from growth, the environmental threats, the developmental challenges and the peace and security issues facing the world will be exponentially more difficult to deal with,” Harper said in an address to South Korea’s National Assembly. Canada is about to be roundly shamed at the Copenhagen summit, and it can’t happen swiftly enough or with enough emphasis for me.


Online Community & Social Media Compensation

Online Community Report

Last year, Forum One recognized that one of the key issues community and social media professionals face is that we (as an industry) are suffering from a lack of solid benchmarks, including compensation of online community and social media professionals.


Collaboration - Mapping the value of employee collaboration - Organization - Strategic Organization - The McKinsey Quarterly

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

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Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

In Korea, Cyworld has become an integral part of everyday life—Choi (2006) found that 85% of that studys respondents "listed the maintenance and reinforcement of pre-existing social networks as their main motive for Cyworld use" (p.