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Some predict that social media engagement will decide the 2012 US election, but what does engagement mean for your organization? Read these 4 steps to success.

Press freedom vs. privacy. Information quality vs. cost. And the winner is? Three trends to worry about and two tips to help newspapers ride out the storm.

Social media marketing and monitoring: Why Quora will be bigger than Twitter – NOT – and why you should think about your opportunity costs before joining.

Women CEOs and board members are a minority. Few may be willing to put their heads above the parapet but greater gender diversity helps the company’s bottom line.

Social media KPIs, measurement ROI, Twitter success metrics, luxury brands, reputation: With the largest Internet population, China becomes THE luxury market.

ComMetrics Week in Review: Why Facebook users should get a life, Twitter getting into advertising …. maybe, Google exploiting your data to do behavioral-based advertising… and more about social media monitoring.

Do the educational benchmarks used by the WEF’s Report qualify as effective Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and help explain how expenditures account for high youth unemployment? We show you how the report fails.

ComMetrics Weekend – read what your competition does not want you to KNOW about Dubai, DoubleClick, Flickr, Google Analytics, LinkedIn, GM, Twitter, Swedish EU Presidency, Wal-Mart, Xing and more.

ComMetrics Weekend – riding out the financial storm by steering a steady course – brings you the most interesting links we came across this week on the web – read what your competition does not want you to read about Google, Twitter, Digg, GM, Neelie Kroes, Tiananmen & more.

Four lessons learned suggest that governments throwing cash after trash is a bad move. And sometimes Chapter 11 avoids exposing shareholders to future losses and cash calls of unknowable size. We provide the intelligence. You make the decision.