On Sunday, Mike Qaissaunee and I recorded a 36 minute and 40 second podcast onTwitter applications, shark jumping and metrics.
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Here's the intro and list of questions asked during the podcast:
Two years is a long time ago it seems. Probably one of the biggest things in my arsenal is my iPhone today. Two years ago the iPhone did not exist. What's changed in two years with Twitter?
What are some of your favorite apps?
I've been hearing the term "jump the shark" recently when some discuss Twitter. What does that mean?
I notice a lot of business people using Twitter, maybe it has jumped the shark. What are they doing? How are business people using it?
So, lots of people seem to be giving Twitter a try but how do we know who has actually drank the kool-aid and has become a daily Twitter user?
We talk a lot about impact when it comes to grants - can you explain what that means?
So, what's the interest in things like Twitter?
What are some Twitter measurement tools?
We've come across a couple of tools that attempt to measureTwitter - a web-based application called Twitter Grader and another called Twinfluence .
So, what did this guy do?
How do metrics applications handle these spammers?
Here's how you can get the answers:
To read show notes and listen to Mike Q and my 36 minute and 40 second podcast titled Twitter Revisited: Shark Jumping, Apps and Metrics, click here .