Profile of Alison DianaSenior Editor
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Alison Diana has written about technology and business for more than 20 years. She was editor, contributors, at Internet Evolution; editor-in-chief of 21st Century IT; and managing editor, sections, at CRN. She has also written for eWeek, Baseline Magazine, Redmond Channel Partner, ZDE's custom group, and CIO Insight, as well as many of the industry's leading vendors and channel organizations. Alison, who lives in Central Florida, is an avid Yankees fan. She enjoys rooting on her daughter's travel softball team and reading mysteries. She can be reached on Twitter at @alisoncdiana; on LinkedIn at AlisonDiana, or Google+.
Articles by Alison Diana
posted in July 2010
Most consumers prefer to receive email notifications of ads and special deals, despite the current emphasis on social media marketing campaigns, according to an Econsultancy study.
Discussions with online gaming companies and a job listing for a games project manager suggest Google is prepping its Facebook-competing social network.
Search technology will direct people to experts who can answer their questions.
Custom Salt Lake City facility being built to address technical problems resulting from the microblogging site's rapid growth.
Mark Zuckerberg says he had a contract with Paul Ceglia seven years ago, but the web designer's claim of 84% ownership in Facebook is incorrect.
Siemens study highlights the disconnect between the majority of consumers who want to use social media to connect with businesses and the few companies who are prepared to meet the demand.
Customer relationship management platform offers real-time text mining and analytics to help companies manage feedback drawn from social networks, websites, and call centers.
The social network is ramping its mobile presence to boost adoption in countries where smartphones are the main way to access the web.
Almost 40% consult Facebook and Twitter to complement the information, deals, and news they receive from companies via e-mail marketing.
Web designer Paul Ceglia says a 2003 contract entitles him to majority ownership of the social networking site.
Twitter video hosing service aims to capture momentum from growing number of companies shifting advertising spending online.
Interactive Intelligence, Buzzient partnership allows companies to better monitor and respond to comments on blogs, social networks, and other platforms.
Users can access mobile location data from the prior 30 days as a downloadable Keyhole Markup Language file.
The technology aims to speed up naming people in the 100 million photos uploaded to Facebook each day.
Users must now grant permission for their data to be accessed by third-party applications, websites, and services.