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Why You Need To Pay Attention to Google+

Why You Need To Pay Attention to Google+

Business is often told that it’s a really good idea to be involved with Social Media. Countless experts, pundits, consultants and marketing companies contribute to what has become a clamourous cacophony. There are several reasons why it’s a good idea to be involved that are simply common sense. Not the least of which is that […]

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Popular Facebook Group Names

Facebook’s Ever Decreasing Social Circles

Yesterday Facebook blogged an update to their Groups feature, which they launched last October, recognising correctly that people have multiple real-world social circles and that Facebook’s relentless stream doesn’t really reflect that well; Facebook assumes that the person that you go climbing with at the weekend is interested in something that you shared with an […]

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Facebook Announce New Like Button Features, One Interesting

Last night, Facebook announced some new features on their rapidly becoming ubiquitous Like button. There are three new features: The ability to like canvas URLs for Facebook applications that represent things such as a cause, movie, or any other real world object The ability to link a Like button to a Facebook Page “Box count” […]

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UnMarketing by Scott Stratten

Social Media has turned marketing upside-down, given it a good shake

Jay Baer’s review of a new marketing book called UnMarketing by Scott Stratten is as insightful as most articles are on his excellent Convince and Convert blog. The rise of Social Media has changed the world of marketing completely in the last 18 months and books like the one described here help the rest of us keep […]

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Twitter’s Evan Williams blogs for Google’s ears

Twitter’s Evan Williams blogs for Google’s ears

Last Thursday Twitter’s CEO Evan Williams published a fairly innocuous looking blog article about Twitter’s 3rd-party app ecosphere, giving some insight into their recent acquisitions, like that of Tweetie on the iPhone, which is now Twitter for iPhone. The long and the short of the piece is that as Twitter’s usage continues to grow (up to […]

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