Many of us use either Facebook or Twitter as our main social networks to catch up with friends, share information, and update our statuses. However, Google+ is also a great place to do all of these things, plus more and there are many reasons why
There are always articles about getting started in or getting better at social media, but this week was flooded with some great ones written by talented, respected authors. Here, I have compiled some great resources, some “must reads” for anyone wanting a leg up. Social media
With the increasing popularity of huge social networks like Facebook and MySpace, it’s easy to see why niche networks are entering the market and falling off almost immediately. There seems to be no room for networks that focus on a particular hobby, demographic, or profession.
Rumors are flying. “MySpace is getting a complete redesign.” “MySpace is getting bought out.” “MySpace is losing money.” When rumors like these start flying, it’s normally a bad sign, but it doesn’t mean it can’t be fixed. The Social Network’s meteoric rise and subsequent decline in users
Welcome Stumblers! Our goal was to have a news story about StumbleUpon up and running before we got the homepage stumbled, but it’s too late now. We’ve been researching the Web 2.0, social media “wild card” (that’s one of the angles we were considering) for
Posting pictures or posts to your MySpace page via mobile device is not new. AT&T and T-Mobile have been doing it for a little while now. What makes this news about Verizon different is that their strategy is one of “hurry up and wait.” Instead