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Communication management on social networking sites

Christopher Hendrik Ruehl, Diana Ingenhoff
2015 Journal of Communication Management  
Findings -Results suggest that the two stakeholder groups differ in their motivations, as well as behavior to use corporate profile pages.  ...  In total, 65 semi-structured interviews were conducted and analyzed using qualitative content analysis.  ...  Consequently, different motivations (incentives) to use corporate social web profiles are likely to result in different types of social media use.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jcom-04-2015-0025 fatcat:afypb6nh7bdarobn5mdabpeyei

Communication management 2.0

Christopher Hendrik Ruehl, Diana Ingenhoff
2017 Journal of Communication Management  
Design/methodology/approach -A combined perspective of uses-and-gratifications (U&G) and social cognitive theory (SCT) was applied to develop three models of brand page behavior.  ...  Status incentives, practical-novel and self-reactive-idealistic incentives drive participation. Production behavior is best explained by social, self-reactive and status incentives.  ...  Factor analyses allow us to tie the usage motives to their respective SCT incentive dimensions and Web 2.0 usage behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jcom-07-2016-0056 fatcat:snpglivdejhe3fhncotlhjs474

Social network analysis of the Short Message Service

Vikrant Tomar, Himanshu Asnani, Abhay Karandikar, Vinay Chander, Swati Agrawal, Prateek Kapadia
2010 2010 National Conference On Communications (NCC)  
It is our belief that this study should enable the telecom operators to utilize the social behavior of their customers to design better service plans, and generate optimum incentives.  ...  In this paper, we analyze patterns in the Short Message Service (SMS) behavior of customers in a large telecom service provider network.  ...  for the service providers to optimize their network and service plans to increase incentives for customers and revenue for the service providers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ncc.2010.5430162 fatcat:5jnq2ws7x5glxkvqbjaokvf5qq

Strategic foundation of computational social science

Yunkyu Sohn
2014 Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '14 Companion  
This project aims to develop a rational-choice-theory-driven framework for computational social science, focusing on social interactions on the Internet.  ...  While engineering communities suffer from not having enough theoretical resource to formalize such phenomena, economics and social sciences lack adequate technology to properly operationalize their theoretical  ...  My model can serve as a basic framework for analyzing massive herding behavior in social networking services.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2567948.2567962 dblp:conf/www/Sohn14 fatcat:vpjzkgfbafdfrgzmidevnw2kzm

Spotting misbehaviors in location-based social networks using tensors

Evangelos Papalexakis, Konstantinos Pelechrinis, Christos Faloutsos
2014 Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '14 Companion  
In this work, we propose the use of tensor decomposition for spotting anomalies in the check-in behavior of users.  ...  LBSNs provide incentives to users to perform check-ins. However, these incentives can also lead to people faking their location, thus, generating false information.  ...  INTRODUCTION Location Based Social Networks tie the virtual and physical space through location information. The latter can enable a number of novel services.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2567948.2576950 dblp:conf/www/PapalexakisPF14 fatcat:ecjxz63bmnasbalnsodxpad74m

Social embeddedness and online consumer behavior

Thomas Hess, Karl R. Lang, Sean Xin Xu
2011 Electronic Markets  
The authors chose the popular social media service Twitter as the example for their study and used path analysis to examine 164,478 tweets from 96,725 individual Twitter users with regard to nine brands  ...  consumers (including their economic behavior) takes place within a web of social attachments such as friendship and kinship (Uzzi and Gillespie 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12525-011-0071-1 fatcat:zjsj4rikl5dyfpjfcjsfphwq3u

CarbonKit

Laura Guzman, Stephen Makonin, Alex Clapp
2019 Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Social Sensing - SocialSense'19  
We argue that a goal-and-reward behavioral feedback loop can be combined with the Big Data available from tracked activities, apps, and social media to make CarbonKit an integral part of individuals daily  ...  CarbonKit comprises five modules that link personal carbon tracking, health and fitness, social media, and economic incentives.  ...  The CarbonKit super application proposed in this paper uses existing technology Behavioral change can be promoted through default options, social proofing, gamification, and incentives.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3313294.3313385 dblp:conf/cpsweek/FloresMC19 fatcat:zvaundmbw5bixeln7nh4rrhhaq

A Conceptual Framework for the Evolution of C2C Social Commerce Business Models in Tunisia

Amir Ben Mekki
2019 International Journal of Commerce and Finance  
Facebook is the preferred social networking service (SNS) platform among Tunisian users for social commerce (SC) and consumer-to-consumer (C2C) commercial activities.  ...  In order to fulfill this goal, we performed a literature review to update existing multi-facet framework that combines four important dimensions with new fundamental components: incentive systems, information  ...  Moral Incentives In modern societies, moral incentives have high predictive power on purchase behaviors, and they can motivate the consumer to achieve a socially beneficial end (Tolba, 2001) .  ... 
doaj:05bcdfba665b4318834cf3b79a4fe4bc fatcat:dv3gcthhgvcehd7fafmnhjeptq

Analyzing crowd workers in mobile pay-for-answer qa

Uichin Lee, Jihyoung Kim, Eunhee Yi, Juyup Sung, Mario Gerla
2013 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '13  
We find that answerers are rarely motivated by social factors but are motivated by financial incentives and intrinsic motives.  ...  The data are used to investigate key motivators of participation, working strategies of experienced users, and longitudinal interaction dynamics.  ...  We would like to thank Jisiklog for providing the dataset, Dr. Jaime Teevan for shepherding the manuscript through the revision process, and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2470654.2470730 dblp:conf/chi/LeeKYSG13 fatcat:f4uon3jx4ffvtgrumxyn7p2ooa

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Clouds for Social Computing

Surya Nepal, Athman Bouguettaya, Cecile Paris
2014 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The guest editors wish to thank all reviewers for their timely reviews of the articles; to acknowledge and thank contributing authors; and to offer special appreciation to IEEE TSC Editor-in-chief  ...  On the one hand, social computing empowers individual users with relatively low technological sophistication to use the web to engage in social interactions, contribute their expertise and share their  ...  In order to reap the full potential of social computing and cloud computing, enterprises should be able to seamlessly integrate their IT systems with social web and cloud services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2014.2313414 fatcat:y4uavuzrqnb6phfzova7iuefh4

Effects of host incentives on multiple listings in accommodation sharing

Karen L. Xie, Yong Chen
2019 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management  
In particular, the social incentive is the most important driver among the three.  ...  While the financial benefits and online social interaction motivate hosts to engage in the multi-listing behavior, such effects are significantly mitigated as the membership seniority increases.  ...  It is a powerful tool for web scraping, often called web crawling or web spidering, to programmatically go over a collection of web pages and extract data. (Xiaozhu, 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijchm-02-2018-0145 fatcat:rbhetskeirdvpkukbox5xmfqde

Modeling Rewards and Incentive Mechanisms for Social BPM [chapter]

Ognjen Scekic, Hong-Linh Truong, Schahram Dustdar
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we conceptualize and represent rewarding and incentive mechanisms for social business processes.  ...  Social computing is actively shaping Internet-based business models. Scalability and effectiveness of collective intelligence are becoming increasingly attractive to investors.  ...  ., as a member of a Social Compute Unit (SCU) [2] and via a Web Service interface.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-32885-5_11 fatcat:fhsyptrwcvaprp6ozzi6pfm3lu

On Distributed Systems and Social Engineering

S. Willmott
2004 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
With the advent of Web Services, peer-to-peer networking, grid computing, and even the Semantic Web, you might be forgiven for thinking that we had reached the holy grails of distributed computing.  ...  (such as the recently entertaining MyDoom.O virus variant, which used Web search engines such as Google to discover the email addresses of potential new victims 3 ).  ...  (such as the recently entertaining MyDoom.O virus variant, which used Web search engines such as Google to discover the email addresses of potential new victims 3 ).  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2004.31 fatcat:zkyklim4avgkvodoi5efjchfr4

THE IMPORTANCE OF SECURITY ASPECTS IN CONSUMER PREFERENCES IN ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT

Vida Davidavičienė, Jurgita Raudeliūnienė, Manuela Tvaronavičienė, Justinas Kaušinis
2019 Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues  
, service quality and web page functionality characteristics.  ...  is different from the behavior in an actual shop, therefore it is important to not only understand the changing needs of the customers, the factors that influence their behavior but also to choose suitable  ...  In order to identify the key factors of consumer behavior in the Internet, an important task is to analyze the classical and contemporary consumer behavioral models proposed by researchers, their peculiarities  ... 
doi:10.9770/jssi.2019.8.3(9) fatcat:nwhiqs4kgjatddoexfkmhkgvti

Supporting Multilevel Incentive Mechanisms in Crowdsourcing Systems: An Artifact-Centric View [chapter]

Ognjen Scekic, Hong-Linh Truong, Schahram Dustdar
2015 Progress in IS  
Therefore, in this paper we analyze different interaction aspects that incentive mechanisms cover and formulate them as requirements for future systems to support.  ...  ., Social Compute Units -S-CUs, collective adaptive systems) need to support complex collaborative processes, such as software development.  ...  Authors of [8] analyze the problem of verification of artifact behavior in operational models.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-47011-4_6 fatcat:ybnvkpfcd5afldrj3rw4wj6mpu
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