Each day during the month of August, I’m going to write a recommendation for one of my LinkedIn connections. Why? Because they deserve it! But more than that, I want to increase the “humanness” of this very business-centric (and sometimes overly stuffy) social channel. What better way than by writing up some true and meaningful […]
A new Missouri law that will be going into affect in the next few weeks that will make it illegal for teachers to have private interactions with current or former students on social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. For example, it’s perfectly legal for a student to be friends with a teacher on […]
As of May 27th, French journalists are no longer allowed to reference Facebook or Twitter during their newscasts unless the story they’re covering pertains to one of the two social media networks. Say what?!
Join our CEO, Lisa Wehr and our Director of Social Media, Maureen Michaels on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at 2:00pm EDT, to learn how to use different social networks to get your business buzzing!
Impressive and very funny geographical map of the new social networking world.
Yelp was accused of showing more positive reviews (or placing them higher in the list) for companies who were paying for Yelp advertising. Companies who opted out of paid advertising were reported noticing more negative reviews, or missing positive reviews.
Cell phones, email, social networking sites, GPS tracking. Is there just too much information out there?
Today’s Headlines: Tumblr Hits Major Milestones, Foursquare Just Made Location History More Interesting, and Facebook’s iPhone Usage Jumps 20 Percent In Under A Week
Foursquare may need to watch its back as ‘the big dogs’ are looking to expand geolocation services within their networks.
Today’s Headlines: Reporters Put Twitter, Facebook to ‘Big Brother’ Test, Digg to Undergo Drastic Overhaul, and Facebook Picks Prineville for its First Data Center
Today’s Headlines: December Data on Facebook’s US Growth, Droid’s December Boom, and Dating Site Expels 5,000 ‘Fatties’ Over Holiday Weight Gain
Today’s Headlines: Twitter Ads Are Evil: Here’s Why, Study: Males vs. Females In Social Networks, and Twitter Doesn’t Track The Zeitgeist