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Oneupweb : Twitter To Release Analytics

In the next few weeks Twitter announced it would be rolling out analytics for site owners. This has been a feature long awaited, as marketers have tried to track the effectiveness of Twitter since its inception. The new analytics will offer the following features:

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Oneupweb : StumbleUpon Introduces New Widget

StumbleUpon introduced a new feature yesterday titled Widget Creator that allows blog owners to highlight their favorite “stumbled” websites or showcase sites that are rated highest in a certain interest. It’s a simple two-step process.

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Oneupweb : President Obama Mentions Facebook, Google in State of the Union Address

Who would have thought that a measly seven years ago—the year TheFacebook.com was launched—over 500,000,000 people would sign-up and change the way we communicate with each other. Some dudes in a dorm room—barely drinking age—changed the Internet as we know it. Did they know the impact that TheFacebook.com would have on today’s society at the time?

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Oneupweb : How to Download Your Facebook Info and Use the New Groups

We had something funny happen the other day. You may have noticed that when you search Facebook in the search engine on Straight Up Social you get no results. Our team of experts looked into the problem and found out what was happening. Apparently we had so many posts about Facebook, that the search function didn’t recognize the term any more. Its logic was— there are so many Facebook posts, you don’t need to search. Just click anywhere, and you’re bound to find something about Facebook !

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Oneupweb : MySpace Introduces Sync with Facebook

Remember back in the day when you got your first car? Mine was a white Chevy Corsica with over two hundred thousand miles on it. It wasn’t much, but I loved that car. I customized it with a special steering wheel cover, race car seats, and led lights on the inside. Nice! But eventually I needed something that wouldn’t shake violently when travelling faster than 45mph. Something that would indicate how much gas I had left in the tank. Something that was more dependable. So I said goodbye to the Corsica. But it will always have a special place in my heart. And much in the same way, MySpace will always have a special place in my heart.

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