Just a quick remark: the SXSW-podcasts are being posted – and there’s two that may of interest for all those working in Social Media Marketing and catering to the Generation D:
Suxorz ’09: The Ten Worst Social Media Campaigns
The Suxorz ’09 panel – comprised of Henry Copeland from Blogads.com, Zadi Diaz from EPIC FU, the inimitable Jeff Jarvis, author of What Would Google Do? and host of the upcoming Guardian Media Podcast, US edition, Michael Monello from Campfire and Sara Smith, Wonkette – returns to dissect the ten worst social media and web 2.0 ad campaigns of the year. The podcast was fun to listen to – except for the bits where the audience piped in without the help of microphones (listening to the panel breathing amuses only for so long) – and provided some interesting insights of the “don’t” variety.
And then there was this panel:
What Teens & Tweens Want In A Web Site/Application
You know what – they had like actual teens on the podium giving very interesting input for all those designing or programming a website or application for teens or just wanting to be relevant to the next generation. Very intresting indeed. Panel was hosted by Anastasia Goodstein of Ypulse.
So cheers for now: enjoy.