Friday, August 8, 2014

The #ExecutiveFunction Skills of #Outflanking #BigData #Mimicry in #SocialMedia Part One





1. Do you know that in the world of social media, one can purchase followers from fake accounts?

2. Did you know that big data crunching now can create mimicry algorithms to tailor masses of nonexistent, fake profiles, complete with blog postings, timely twitter tweets, and yet all strikingly resemblant to your own content?

Of course, not everyone in Social Media is a computer-generated fake profile, but their are nonetheless legions of created profiles out their that are at the beck and call of algorithms that can be re-tailored to suit the present needs of a real customer.. like an aspiring presidential candidate, a local political leader running for re-election, a deep pocket corporations looking to seize on a cottage industry...just like the 'industry' of executive function skills development. This is la creme as far as direct marketing is concerned. It's marketing to the power of 10 on nitro in one sense. In another sense, the fake profiles created, if you can actually discern the real from the fake has giveaways, such as the fact that a lot of 'your content words' that are peculiar to you, along with grammatical mistakes and forms of writing can all be synchronized into this weeks algorithm fake profile dilution of the little enterprising guy with the true intellectual property.

3. Is undercutting nascent cottage industries by taking the  intellectual property of a 'main street' professional ok? How can professionals compete with algorithm software profile mimicry hired by  #BigMoney?

4. Does this imply that big data greatly dilute the ability for the true content providers in social media to have successful output deliverance of their advertisement, or message reaching their intended customer target market?

A. Again...One can purchase fake followers that exist as algorithms and are not real human beings.

B. Again... Big data crunching now can create mimicry algorithms to tailor masses of nonexistent, fake profiles, complete with blog postings, timely twitter tweets, and yet all strikingly resemblant to your own content.

Of course, not everyone in Social Media is a computer-generated fake profile, but their are nonetheless legions of created profiles out their that are at the beck and call of algorithms that can be re-tailored to suit the present needs of a real customer.. like an aspiring presidential candidate, a local political leader running for re-election, a deep pocket corporations looking to seize on a cottage industry...just like the 'industry' of executive function skills development. This is la creme as far as direct marketing is concerned. It's marketing to the power of 10 on nitro in one sense. In another sense, the fake profiles created, if you can actually discern the real from the fake has giveaways, such as the fact that a lot of 'your content words' that are peculiar to you, along with grammatical mistakes and forms of writing can all be synchronized into this weeks algorithm fake profile dilution of the little enterprising guy with the true intellectual property.

5. Is undercutting nascent cottage industries by taking the  intellectual property of a 'main street' professional ok? How can professionals compete with algorithm software profile mimicry hired by  #BigMoney?

6. So, does big data greatly dilute the ability for the true content providers in social media to have successful output deliverance of their advertisement, or message reaching their intended customer target market?

A. Can the numberless amount of content-rich fake internet profiles of professionals out their basically diverge and decimate the ability of the customer to connect with the provider?

B. How does this impact individuals with special needs looking for the right kinds of services available in the market?

7. Fake profile mimicry slows down the process of client and customer meeting successfully in the market place.

A. How does fake profile social media filler change the discourse happening across social media? 

B. How does that not cross the line of the protection granted with freedom of speech, found in the U.S. Bill of Rights?

C. Is #BigData imposing new realities in the social media which greatly favor those with the ability to afford to use it? 



Think about it... 


Celebrities, those with money and ambitions of political power may use the semblance of a growing fan base to create an illusion of popularity. Other organizations and entities may use it for other purposes in strategic ways, even as a tool for warfare, or as a master marketing tool that clears the social media highways of the 'riff raff' and stifles competition by armies of fake algorithms.

Big Data is an 800 pound gorilla that appears to be crossing many lines. Where are the conversations on this?   Should conversations be had on this?  How do you regulate Big Data so that their are certain protections afforded to the little guy and gal who is enterprising? No one is recreating the wheel here, but concepts and insights can be monetized quickly, in advanced ways, and brought to market...or made to appear as if they did through the use of social media mimicry software.


PART 2 Focuses on  concrete 'outflankment' methods, strategies and approaches requring select executive function skill usage.

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