Tag: Social Influence

Who’s Your Influencer?

December 27th, 2014   •   no comments   

Xiaxue versus Gushcloud

Courtesy of Xiaxue

By now, everybody would have heard of the great brouhaha between influencer/blogger Xiaxue (aka Wendy Cheng) and influencer marketing agency Gushcloud.

While enmity between Nuffnang’s stalwart Xiaxue and competitor Gushcloud isn’t new, the latest episode saw the queen of blogging publishing a no-holds-barred post purporting that Gushcloud misled advertisers by inflating its influencers’ blog statistics, instructing influencers to mask advertorials, misreporting earnings, and fudging YouTube viewership figures.
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Why Influencers Are Often Wrong

November 7th, 2014   •   1 comment   

Well behaved women rarely make history -(1)

Do you know that the views and opinions shared by social influencers aren’t always right? In fact, there is a good chance that they may be wrong.

Now wait a minute.

I am not saying that these luminaries aren’t credible or respectable. In fact, they often have them by the truckloads.
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Why Every Employee Should Be a Blogger

July 25th, 2012   •   no comments   


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Lately, I’ve been perplexed by a paradox in the world of social networks and online influence:

Why are so few Singaporean brands gaining traction on social media platforms despite the huge number of Singaporeans online?

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