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Kansas City Receives Grade On Social Media Usage

By | March 15, 2011

3-15-2011 It wasn’t a gleaming review of Kansas City’s social media capabilities but it was a review, nonetheless, that’s captured conversation among Twitter and Facebook users. Men’s Health rated Kansas City No. 52 and gave a C-minus when it came to social media users. The article cited Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn usage, as well as traffic on MySpace, Friendster and Digg, a blogging site. Skeptics question whether those examples are… Read More »

Crowd-sourcing Ideas: A Complete B2B Reading List

By | March 14, 2011

Posted by Gary Halliwell on March 14th, 2011 at 12:36 pm As the CEO of a venture-backed crowd-sourced business directory in Boston, I spend a lot of time talking to people about ideas and no less our staff, who are all continually coming up and executing on great ideas. Sharing ideas and collaboration is at the root of creativity, so at NetProspex, we pay a lot of attention to this. In the spirit… Read More »

Orlando Among America’s Most Socially Networked Cities

By | March 14, 2011

By Florida Technology Journal Staff Report. EMMAUS, PA – According to Men’s Health Magazine, Orlando is one of Americas most socially networked cities. Other Florida cities cracking the top 90, include Tampa at 31, Miami at 36 and St. Pete at 88. Mens Health calculated the number of Facebook and LinkedIn users per capita, followed by overall Twitter usage (NetProspex). Then looked at traffic generated by the major social networks,… Read More »

Men’s Health Gives Denver an A+ in Social Networking

By | March 14, 2011

March 14th, 2011 Men’s Health went looking for America’s Most Socially Networked City. We started by calculating the number of Facebook and LinkedIn users per capita, followed by overall Twitter usage (NetProspex). Then we looked at traffic generated by the major social networks, including Myspace, Friendster, Reddit, and Digg (analyzed by ad network Chitika). Finally, after factoring in the percentage of households that check out chat rooms and blogs (SimplyMap), we had… Read More »

Men’s Health Gives St. Louis a B in Social Networking

By | March 14, 2011

March 14th, 2011 Men’s Health went looking for America’s Most Socially Networked City. We started by calculating the number of Facebook and LinkedIn users per capita, followed by overall Twitter usage (NetProspex). Then we looked at traffic generated by the major social networks, including Myspace, Friendster, Reddit, and Digg (analyzed by ad network Chitika). Finally, after factoring in the percentage of households that check out chat rooms and blogs (SimplyMap), we had… Read More »

DC, 1st, Atlanta 2nd most socially networked cities, Raleigh 12th

By | March 11, 2011

March 11th, 2011 RESEARCH TRIANGLE, NC – Washington, DC took the top spot as most socially networked, followed by Atlanta in the number two position in aranking by Men’s Health magazine, it calls “Twittertowns.” Raleigh ranked 12th, Orlando, 7th, Tampa, 31st, and Baltimore 58th. The magazine ranked US cities by adding up the number of Facebook and LinkedIn users per capita and overall Twitter use as monitored by NetProspex.It also… Read More »

Washington is rated the U.S.’s “most socially networked city”

By | March 10, 2011

  Washington, D.C., is the “most socially networked city” in the U.S., according to Men’s Health magazine. The magazine’s rankings are based on residents’ usage of different social media platforms, relying on data from Chitika, NetProspex and SimplyMap. “D.C. is where staying connected can get out the vote. [President Barack] Obama is an avid Twitter user. More D.C.-based government agencies have begun using social networks and it’s an area concentrated… Read More »

Twitter Town USA

By | March 7, 2011

Researched by Wanda Lau, Posted Date: March 7, 2011 When we first decided to crown one town America’s Most Socially Networked City, our money was on Palo Alto. As home to the headquarters of Facebook, Palo Alto might as well be called Zuckerburgh. But the title instead goes to Washington D.C., a city where staying connected can get out the vote, and virtual handshakes help shape our nation. We started by… Read More »

The Mechanics of the Outbound B2B Campaign

By | March 1, 2011

Posted: March 1, 2011 | Author: Craig Rosenberg I present a webinar with Mark Feldman of Netprospex titled “You Bought a List, Now What?” that over the years has been one of the more popular presentations we have done together, as 1000s of people typically sign up. We are doing it again on Wednesday, March 2 and Thursday, March 3 at 11 a.m. PT (2 p.m. ET).  I have made some updates to the webinar and have new… Read More »

10 questions for NetProspex CFO Tom Rauker

By | February 14, 2011

Name: Tom Rauker Age: 47 Time with company: 6 months Education: BA in Business — Accounting — Worcester State College Company headquarters: Waltham, Massachusetts Revenue: Less than $10 million Number of countries: 1 — U.S. Number of employees total: 25 Number of employees the CFO oversees: 2 About the company: NetProspex connects business-to-business companies with targeted, accurate business contact information, using crowdsourcing and a verification process that checks, and guarantees,… Read More »