CNN’s got a somewhat random list of technology tools. What’s the point of the list? No point, really, other than to direct you to a hodge-podge of social media websites, mobile apps, and the like.
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5 reasons you need to start using Google+
Google+ is everywhere. The mainstream media, the blogosphere, Twitter, and elsewhere. And even though it’s gotten some rave reviews, you may be wondering: “I don’t need another social network, do I?” Yes, you do, at least according to author Chris Brogan, who’s got a list of 10 things marketers need to know about Google+. And […]
Don’t let your social networking ruin your career
It’s nothing new that social media is a deeply-integrated part of modern life — especially among members of the younger generations — but what you might not realize is how your personal life can (and often will) affect your professional life.
Google buzz generating lots of buzz: a roundup
Google doesn’t have to do all that much to generate buzz—the company’s pretty much a buzz machine these days—but with its launch of Google Buzz, there’s a lot to discuss and evaluate, the technology world’s buzz evaluators are going wild.
“The Twitter Book”
Ranked #13 in Twitter 100
Anyone aiming to make sense of Twitter, whether for professional or personal use, will gain insights from the smart, savvy advice in “The Twitter Book.”
Ranked #21 in Twitter 100
Get your tweet on and keep track of all your other social media and work accounts at the same time.
“Twitter Means Business”
Ranked #64 in Twitter 100
This book argues that if your company isn’t on Twitter, you’re probably missing out on a valuable opportunity.
Ranked #61 in Twitter 100
The book “Twitter Revolution” helps you to stay on the cutting edge with a look at how Twitter is changing the business world (and how you can take advantage of it).
Ranked #57 in Twitter 100
Learn how to turn your business into a Twitter success story from the expert on making money online.
On Twitter: Barack Obama
Ranked #44 in Twitter 100
Barack Obama made social media history by becoming the first United States president to use Twitter.