Tag : Facebook

Twitter or Facebook?

This is turning out to be a daily question we are asked. This post from @stevethornton should help demystify and answer the question. Remember there is no one size fits all solution.

http://www.twitip.com/twitter-versus-facebook/

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Tools for the Facebook Power User

Scoops Kristin Here-For most people who are on Facebook religiously, they seem to think that they know everything about the site and its capabilities. If you are one of them, check and see if you know about the tools below:

For Power User Eyes Only

So are you a Power User yet?

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Facebook Update / Makeover

In order to keep up with new technologies and competition you must always improve. This time it was  Facebook had to do some upgrading. This is a brilliant move on their part, since people are always looking for different, better ways to communitcate. You can find out more here. Let

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Facebook: IM AM SO SO SORRY!

So we all know by now that Facebook decided to change its Terms of Service, allowing them to pilfer all our content and data. As our right to want to delete our accounts before all our pictures and all other UGC gets owned, Facebook is on bended knee before we

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Facebook for Charity

Here’s a timely article. Using Facebook to promote social responsibility, some youngsters create facebook cause to benefit the family who’s house was destroyed in the crash of Continental Airline’s flight 3407 earlier this month.

We surely understand the impact social media and social networking can have on philanthropic causes – as we

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Blogging has a bright future with Facebook

Does what you say matter? Apparently it does on Facebook. NetworkedBlogs, an app only launched last year to the Facebook platform, is now adding 500 new blogs a day. Half MyBlogLog, half RSS reader, the application lets users add their blog, favorite the blogs of their friends, and click though

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Where are the jobs at?

OH NO! Another one bites the dust. NY Times reports that Reader’s Digest Association is now laying off nearly 300 people. This is a national example of what we are seeing locally. Two weeks ago, The Boston Globe announced a layoff, this following the Boston Herald who had a round

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