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Scoops Giving More Props to Facebook…

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I am dedicating another post to Facebook. First being excited that they decided to fix up their events functionality, now they have finally made their well deserved mark on the Top 50 U.S. Web Properties list. For the first time, Facebook is in the Top 5 of comScore’s newly

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Finally Updates to Facebook Events!

 

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This is a very exciting update for Facebook and I thought I would share it with all my favorite socialmedialites out there. I am probably one of so many people who create events on Facebook and wonder–why doesn’t Facebook just let you take a list of invitees and transfer

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Some Social Media Numbers

Here are a few fast Facts from the Intranet 2.0 Global Survey Report: Out of organizations who have began there social media endevors, 46% have spent $10,000 or less, 35% have spent between $10,000 and $100,00; and 19% have spent $100,000 or more.

Remember these numbers represent organizations of all

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What’s Your Twitter Mojo?

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Ever thought want kind of Twitter Mojo you have? Look no further Yahoo put out the socialmedialites of the world a tool today that tells you what kind of Twitter user you are based on of your Tweet content. In order to find out what Twitterer you are, Yahoo uses a secret

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Facebook’s Search Toolbar Gets More Muscle

As Facebook balloons to over 250 million users, many voice their appreciation for Facebook’s small social network feel.  Unlike its so-last-year counterpart, MySpace, Facebook has successfully maintained a very personal feel, finding hundreds of ways to link the most relevant people, in the most relevant ways.
Even so, because Facebook has so

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Facebook – Short & Sweet

So Facebook has ‘accidentally’ disclosed that it has plans for a new site, dubbed Facebook lite. Unlike the current Facebook site, Facebook lite offers users a simplified, no-frills Facebook experience – eerily similar to Twitter, Facebooks biggest competitor.

But Facebook claims that its new chip-off-the-old-block is merely the manifestation of a

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The In-Office Appointment v. The Coffeeshop

I need to credit Becky Dowd from Kirkland Albrecht & Fredrickson, P.C. for this post because after our meeting last week (over a cup of coffee) it got me thinking about the difference of meeting people in the office and over a cup of coffee.

1. The Menu

At your office: The

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