This is a guest post from Jesse Langley. Nobody involved in social media even wants to hear the word bubble mentioned. It’s almost as if the mere mention of this rapidly approaching reality is perceived by social media insiders as potentially self-fulfilling prophecy. But just because social media is experiencing rapid expansion isn’t necessarily an indicator […]

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By now you have likely heard that Google finally released its long-awaited social offering. First, let’s look at the basics: +Circles – These are private lists, which are needed so that you can share things with a select group of people. Obviously, things you share with your family may not be things you want to […]

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Well, it is finally official, TweetDeck has been purchased, but not by UberMedia. Twitter swooped in and made the final purchase. There are some obvious reasons for the purchase, as told in the TweetDeck announcement: The mainstream Twitter user-base is well catered for by twitter.com and the official mobile clients. And by becoming part of the official platform, […]

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This is a guest post from Pamelia Brown. It has been said time and time again, social networking has revolutionized and redefined our society. Responding to our need for constant stimulation and constant interaction, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube have taken over the internet and consumed our lives. All too often, people discuss this social media revolution […]

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This is a guest post from David Murton, a professional writer and blogger. The old days of marketing were pretty simple: the business put up a billboard and tracked the increase in foot traffic and the upswing in sales. Modern day entrepreneurs have to be a lot more finicky. Billboards are no longer the end-all-be-all […]

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