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Like and Comment this Post

It’s far easier to like a post than comment is it not? Think about a friend posting a picture. How often do you comment as opposed to simply liking it to let them know you appreciate the post. Now think about posting as a Facebook page admin. When you post something you are more often to get a like than
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Dragging Out the Drag and Drop

Facebook finally added a feature that is way over due. Drag and drop photos. How long since that feature was active on YouTube for videos? A year, maybe more? This feature also allows to upload more than one, delete them from the post and have a preview. I do wish that the next roll out would see that the photo
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[Report] It’s a Social World: Top 10 Need-to-Knows About Social Networking and Where It’s Headed

By comScore With the widespread adoption of the Internet around the world came the rise of social networking as a global phenomenon. In March 2007, Social Networking as a category had a global audience of less than 500 million users, representing just 56 percent of the world’s online population. In those days, as Thomas Friedman put it, “‘Twitter’ was a
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Guest Commentary: Facebook Guidelines.

  A good friend of mine posted what I think has to be a response to the latest hoax which has some thinking that Facebook going public means that earlier copyright agreement are negated. CBSNews notes that ” Facebook members own the intellectual property (IP) that is uploaded to the social network, but depending on their privacy and applications settings,
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The Coulter Factor. Did it help?

I am wondering how Ann Coulter is feeling about how she contributed to Obama’s win after these senseless and demeaning posts. I don’t think she understands how public twitter actually is and can easily show one’s inside voice. Read the response from John Franklin Stephens who has shown a great level of thought and prose in his open letter. I
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Sorting with Facebook Interest Lists

A great feature on Facebook allows you to sort pages and friends by lists, similar to what you can do on twitter. 1. When you are on a Page or Friend Profile, click on Like or Liked. BTW you can also hide these streams from your newsfeed this way. Now choose Add to Interest Lists… 2. You can add a
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Getting a Job in the Social Age [Infographic]

I feel that one can never be told enough to manage their social profile. You never know when you might find another opportunity or worse, have to look for one. Employers are looking beyond LinkedIn to find out what you are all about.  

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Becoming Whole and Real on YouTube

Logging into YouTube the other day, I was forced through a merger of sorts. This is one however that may cut down on those annoying and harrasing posts by folks who hide behind thier moniker. Linking your Google Plus profile to Youtube goes beyond the initial changeover from YouTube username to gmail account after the initial buy out by Google
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See all the people you care about: Close Friends

  Another development in Facebook is the ability to star those who are close to you to ensure you get all of their posts. This is another step for Facebook to give you tighter integration with your friends of relevance and also to strengthen what Facebook knows about you. The more data that Facebook is able to have on you,
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TweetReach Changes its Dashboard

  I meant to post this earlier in the month.  For those of you who use TweetReach as a way to measure your performance of your twitter feed, the metrics have changed for the better. Previously, this is what you had been given on a hash tag, account or word (not showing the most relevant recent tweets associated with the
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