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INSTRUCTIONS: READ THE CASE BELOW AND ANSWER THE 4 QUESTIONS LISTED. ALL QUESTIONS SHOULD BE LISTED AS AN UNDERLINED HEADING ON THE PAPER AND THEN THE ANSWER FOLLOWS WITH REFERENCES USED.
BE SURE TO BACK UP YOUR ANSWERS WITH SUPPORTING DETAILS FROM THE BELOW TEXT AND YOUR OWN RESEARCH. MAKE SURE ANSWERS ARE IN YOUR OWN WORDS.
****ALL DOCUMENTS GET SUBMITTED THROUGH A PLAIGERISM BY THE PROFESSOR.****
PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING 4 QUESTIONS:
1. Do you consider Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn forms of disruptive or sustaining technology?
2. Create a list of the online businesses discussed in the case and determine if they are examples of Web 1.0 (ebusiness) or Web 2.0 (Business 2.0).
3. What is open source software and can a business use it for a social networking platforms?
4. Evaluate the challenges facing social networking websites and identify
ways companies can prepare to face these issues.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND ASHTON KUTCHER
Where celebrities go, fans follow. The truism applies as much in social media as in the real world, David Karp noticed after famous artists began using his blogging service Tumblr. As a result, encouraging celebrities to set up accounts on the site has become â€œabsolutely part of our road map and our business plan,â€ Karp says. In fact, he recently hired a full-time employee to help high-profile users design and manage their blogs. Itâ€™s no secret that well-recognized players in a host of fieldsâ€”from acting to athletics, music to politicsâ€”are using social media sites to connect with fans and promote their brands. Celebrities used to seek out promotion â€œin People magazine or Vogue,â€ says Robert Passikoff, president of Brand Keys, a researcher that tracks the value of celebrity brands. â€œItâ€™s now become a necessity to have a Facebook page.â€ But the benefits go both ways. Sites benefit greatly from the online cavalcade of stars. Oprah Winfreyâ€™s debut on microblogging service Twitter sent visits to the site skyrocketing 43 percent over the previous week, according to analytics firm Hitwise. Facebook, Googleâ€™s YouTube, Ning, and other Web 2.0 destinations have also seen swarms of activity around the profile pages of their famous members. And like Tumblr, social sites are going out of their way to keep the celebrities happy and coming back. Obama on MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter The Obama administration created profile pages on MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter. To accommo- date 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, News Corp.â€™s MySpace agreed to build ad-free pages and equipped the profile to get automatic updates from the White Houseâ€™s official blog. In some cases social net- works give VIPs a heads-up on changes. Facebook worked with the handlers of select celebrity mem- bers to get feedback on the new design of the site before it was opened to the public. â€œWe donâ€™t have a formalized support program for public figures, but we do offer some support,â€ says Facebook spokeswoman Brandee Barker. Some privileged members of Facebook have also been assigned â€œvanity URLs,â€ or short, sim- ple, personalized web addresses such as www.facebook.com/KatieCouric. Elsewhere the perks of fame are offered up more casually. Twitter cofounder Biz Stone credits high-profile users such as actor Ashton Kutcher and basketball professional Shaquille Oâ€™Neal for bringing attention to the site of 140-character messages but says the company doesnâ€™t reserve any â€œspecial resourcesâ€ for them. â€œSometimes celebrities who love Twitter stop by and say hello,â€ Stone says. â€œItâ€™s usually just a quiet tour and a lunchtime chat but itâ€™s really fun for us.â€ John Legend Taps Tumblr In addition to their promotional value, social networking celebrities represent a potential revenue source for these young start-ups. Tumblr helped musician John Legend design a professional-looking blog that matches the look of his promotional site, created by Sony Music Entertainment. Tumblrâ€™s Karp says he took that project on at no chargeâ€”in part to bring in Legendâ€™s fans but also to explore whether it makes sense to offer similar services at a cost. â€œFor people who want the reach on our network, who want to be able to take advantage of our platform, at some point this does turn into a premium service,â€ he says. Ning already collects monthly fees from some of its users, many of whom are celebrities. The site is free for anyone who wants to build his or her own social network but charges as much as $55 a month to users who prefer to keep their pages clear of ads or who want to collect revenue generated by ads on their pages. Although the service is not exclusive to stars, many of the most successful net- works on Ning draw on the fame of their operators, including hip-hop artists 50 Cent and Q-Tip, rock band Good Charlotte, and Ultimate Fighting Championship titleholder BJ Penn. â€œThe next generation of celebrities and social networks is in much richer and deeper collaborations [with fans] than what you see today on the more general social networks out there,â€ says Ning CEO Gina Bianchini. Many big names in business, including Dell CEO Michael Dell, use professional networking site LinkedIn more as a business tool than to amass legions of followers. Whatever their reasons for being on the site, LinkedIn uses the fact that executives from all of the 500 biggest companies are among its members to encourage other businesspeople to join the site, too.
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