Extracted 30JUL2011 from http://mashable.com/2011/07/31/social-media-overload-startups/
We’re entering a new era of social network chaos, and this, in turn, is going to create new needs and opportunities for startups...
Social assistance will be the next frontier spawned from social networking, and we’re all going to need it. We’ll require help managing our online relationships, tying our streams together, sifting through the noise, keeping up with what matters personally, finding who and what we need, and remaining productive...
- Social Relationship Management (SRM): : Services that help people create, organize and manage sets of social network relationships — for example, sets of people to follow and/or share with on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, etc.
- Social Awareness: Services that help people keep up with their social networks, especially among a user’s friends.
- Social Curation: Services that help people organize and make sense of their streams and messages.
- Social Personalization: Services that help people sift through the network noise for information most relevant to their particular needs and interests.
- Social Analytics: Services that help to measure online social behavior and trends, optimize engagement, monitor activity and communicate more appropriately.
- Social Automation: Services that help to automate activity in social networks, like automatically updating your status, helping to increase your influence, suggesting what to share, matchmaking, alerting, and using bots to intelligently interact with and assist users.