It looks like just getting folks to "Like" your business page is no longer going to be enough.
Google is on a really big push nowadays to get users to sign up for Google+, and to fill out their profile completely.
In a not-to-surprising move, Reddit has removed /r/atheism from the default home page of the website.
I'm not an Instagram user, probably because I'm too old to enjoy seeing my food in Sepia filter, mostly because I got my fill of that by watching the Wonder Years.
Reading this post about accidentally going viral and how it hard then to get rid of the fear that was your hugest accomplishment in life (and it pa
Big companies NEED to use social media as a customer service tool. Social media works best for carrying on a conversation, not for sales, so this isn't surprising.
It took long for Facebook to adapt to this user-invented phenomenon: hashtags.
Excellent piece out of the UK explaining a plausible version of why G+ exists. It's not a social network, and to think of it that way is to mislead yourself. The article suggests
Want a job then watch out what you post on social media!
It most likely the images and videos that put potential employers/hr off.
So, that is no suprise: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/12/net-us-google-social-idUSBRE94B04W20130512 .
Dan Zarrella loves to dissect vast numbers of social media posts to determine which language seems to be the most effective. His latest effort is summarized here:
Social networking users get tired of Facebook & seek alternatives The Guardian re
The power of a single twitter account has hit an all time high with the hacked tweet yesterday from @ap saying "Breaking:Two Explosion
Still trying to make G+ relevant, Google has rolled out G+ comments for Blogger blog users. It's a simple turn on in the Blogger admin panel.
As we continue to embrace social media in our daily lives, we often forget how it can be misused. This editorial from CNN caught my eye this morning.
Bing image search and Pinterest have much in common: Most importantly lots of copyright infringement complaints (we are unha
Google launched a new feature today, with which you can decide what happens to the data contained in your various Google properties, should you become "inactive" for a period of time.
This whole argument reminds me of the one about bounce rate: There are solid reasons why some content needs to be short or long (as well as the bounce rate of some types of pages can to be low or h
The Google Reader is about to die.
CNET thinks Facebook is rapidly losing their younger audience, not least because teens want something toca ll their own, without being snooped on by parents:
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