As ever, more and more guesses as to what 2010 holds for us all.
PR-wise, Marian Salzman, of Euro RSCG PR complied a top 10 targeting pop culture, political and monetary themes.
She goes on to mention that the degree that social media … ” informs behavior on a company level as well as an employee level still largely remains to be defined … [and] as this continues … might define … total convergence, and a further blending of business roles and responsibilities.” The full #typed note is here . . .
Trend Watching from Karl Fisch, re-edited by Scott McLeod. Opinionated and as such, not everything stands up.
The full #typed note is here . . .
Trend Watching, Trendwatching.com, the seminal resource for highlighting emerging world trends, has released “10 Crucial Consumer Trends for 2010”. The full #typed note is here . . .
Trend Watching ::
Steve Rubel of Edelman Digital has nominated five digital trends for 2009.
Satisfaction Guaranteed :: Customer care and PR are blending as consumers use social media to demand service
Media Reforestation :: The media is in a constant state of reinvention as it transitions from atoms to bits
Less is the New More :: Overload takes its toll. Gorging on media is out. Selective ignorance and friends as filters are in
Corporate All-Stars :: Workers flock to social media to build their personal brands, yet offer employers an effective and credible way to market in the downturn
The Power of Pull :: Where push once ruled, it’s now equally important to create digital content that people discover through search
The article and research paper is published on his blog.