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Want to know if you have clout on the Web? Now there’s a way to track your self-brand! It’s called Klout!
I love anything that not only premeditates the presence of an issue, but that also includes a thoughtful solution for it.
The Issue: As people become increasingly focused on the world of internet marketing, social media, self-branding and social networking, it’s easy to lose track of how well our efforts are actually doing.
If you are you trying to improve your internet success, you must collect subscribers to build a following! Are you starting an online business? If you are interested in gleaning a deeper understanding of how to build a thriving following, there are a few tricks of the trade you must know. One of them is the importance of email sign-up forms. Collecting email addresses and keeping up with clients and prospects via email is an important part of the courting process.
Foursquare, a geo-location social networking tool that pioneered the “check-in” sphere, hit a user base of 10 million this week. People use Foursquare to check in and let people know where they are at the moment. To commemorate a modest growth from zero users to 10 million in a little over 2 years, the NY-based company published
Social Media is changing the landscape of, well… everything. Even baking. Check out these Social Media cookies!
My friend and fellow technologist Dawn Doherty re-tweeted this really awesome article by Katie Lance: An Impressive Example: Getting Social Media Right. I thought Katie’s story was so phenomenal, I had to repost.
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Integrity on the Internet is a hot topic! Elizabeth Boylan’s article “Do Multiple Identities Reflect a Lack of Integrity?” hits the nail on the head! I read it and thought the way she approached the argument was exceptional. Although it may seem to some that the Internet is a place where no harm can come of establishing numerous Bruce Wayne/Batman alter egos and using these various versions and visages of the self as masks for different situations, these types of individuals ignore altogether the concept of integrity.
TechCrunch reported yesterday that it has learned of Twitter’s acquisition of TweetDeck. TweetDeck is an application that connects you with your contacts across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media and social networking site.
As Osama news broke Sunday, I posted a link in my Link Roundup to a TechCrunch story on Bin Laden’s death spreading like wildfire on Twitter. It all started with a little tweet and the topic was trending on Twitter within minutes.
Social Media has changed relationships, the way we communicate and even break ups with our ex’s.
Once upon a time, breaking up meant an awkward conversation, removing a picture or two from your bed stand, and packing up your ex’s things into a box –never to be seen again. If your ex tried to call you afterward, you could ignore the call by sending it to voicemail. These days breakups are way different. Aside from having to publicly display your changed relationship status to 500+ Facebook friends and then field tons of questions from people you hardly speak with (case in point: misery loves company), there are so many things to consider, like: do I unfriend? Just the ex, or the ex and his/her friends? Their family? Where do you draw the line?