Tag : Pam Maloney

What you don’t know…

Pam here. I don’t have a fancy name like “Scoops” Braga. I’m wondering if I need one.

It amazes me how many people I talk to don’t understand the power and necessity of social communications. I always refer back to your overall online presence. As a business owner, think of all the

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WWYGGD?

What would your Great Grandma do if she heard this from NPR’s Morning Edition. (Don’t worry folks, it’s only 1 min 40 sec)

Sure, it’s a little on the corny side, but I was thoroughly entertained while listen to NPR this morning on the way into the office. As a tribute to

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Facebook you tricked me, again

Now I have the live feed back, but when I logged into FB this afternoon I saw newsfeeds from yesterday. I was just about to start slamming my keyboard and mouse around, cursing the social network for not working when I needed (wanted)  it to and realized that Facebook was

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i spy with my little search engine

or big search engines…

Monitoring the online conversation just got easier as both Bing and Google have penned deals with Twitter allowing the search giants to mine Tweets for their search results.

What does this mean for you?  Real time twitter results for Google and Bing search queries are on the horizon.

Vanity

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The Social Media Mommy

Raise your hand if you are one of the 38,000 self-deprecating members of the Facebook Group “Not now honey, Mommy’s Facebooking.”  I am.
Maybe you’re one of the 19,000 moms who’ve joined the TwitterMoms.com community. A group of “influential” mommy twitterers. Or perhaps you’ve heard of the 2.3 million moms on the Circle of Moms

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Socialnomics

I wanted to do a blog post about this but it says so much on it’s own. please check it out…

from http://socialnomics.net/

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Good News!

This is our 3rd time making the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the country. This year we’re number 3747. The Inc. 5000 is an extension of their more well-known Inc. 500 list, Inc. Magazine’s exclusive listing of the top 500 growth companies in America. This year we’ve

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