Archive for February, 2009

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? of the Day to Meagan

by: Pannos-Winzeler

Friday, February 27th, 2009

So what’s the follow-up on the Facebook Terms of Service fiasco? This week, in response to all of the upheaval that occurred earlier this month, Mark Zuckerberg announced the future of Facebook decision making.  Facebook users now have an official role (if they choose to use it) in determining policies on the site. There are Read More…

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? of the Day to Tara

by: Tara

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

There are a lot of Twitter search tools. How do you search on Twitter? The two search tools I use most often are Search.Twitter.com (which is from Twitter) and Twellow. Not only can you search to your heart’s desire on Search.Twitter, but it also gives a top 10 ranking of the hottest Twitter searches right Read More…

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? of the Day to Meagan

by: Pannos-Winzeler

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

What are you giving up for Lent? Thanks for asking, since I purely want to talk about this in terms of social media. Imagine giving up Facebook for 40 days. Or Twitter.  A life without tweets, status updates, photo sharing, link loving or wall posting. I know I thrived in a world without all this once Read More…

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? of the Day to Tara

by: Tara

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

What do you think of the titles given to people who work in the social media realm? I recently met someone who was an engagement manager. Two years ago I would have thought this person planned weddings or did some type of counseling. Thankfully it’s 2009 and I now have a clue. There are social Read More…

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? of the Day to Meagan

by: Pannos-Winzeler

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

What is a hashtag? This question comes up a lot. Let’s talk the basics. A hashtag is a way to organize community thoughts on a subject in real-time on Twitter. You put a hash symbol (#) directly in front of a keyword (ex: #redsox) which effectively tags and indexes your tweet.  So, anytime someone tweets Read More…

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? of the Day to Tara

by: Tara

Friday, February 20th, 2009

What was your take on the Social Media Breakfast NH today? I’m glad I went. The crowd was diverse. The speakers were good. It was convenient to me, well planned and interesting. I met tech folks, writers, free lancers, marketers and a few people looking for a job. This is a great networking opportunity for Read More…

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? of the Day to Meagan

by: Pannos-Winzeler

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

What has got you all a-twitter? This is a short post today in anticipation of tomorrow’s first Social Media Breakfast NH. Social Media Breakfasts (SMB) have been going on across the country since 2007. Boston was the host of the original SMB (organized by social media evangelist Bryan Person). The aim of these events are for “social Read More…

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? of the Day to Tara

by: Tara

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

Heard any news lately about your generation embracing social media? I read an article recently on Twitter from Time that said that the 35-44 year old population is the largest demographic on Twitter. I have to say I feel personally proud. Our generation didn’t grow up with technology, certainly not in high school. College was Read More…

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? of the Day to Meagan

by: Pannos-Winzeler

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

What’s going on with Facebook and their terms of service? If you haven’t read about it yet, on 2/4 Facebook updated its terms of use. On 2/15, the Consumerist pointed out the changes and sparked debates across the web about content ownership. In a nutshell, the new terms stated that once you’ve posted content (ex: share a Read More…

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? of the Day to Tara

by: Tara

Friday, February 13th, 2009

What do you want to talk about today? Friday the 13th is a good day to talk about how social media can go wrong. There have been a couple Twitter blunders lately. An advertising agency executive, who ironically was presenting to his client about digital media, made a not-so-enthusiastic remark about being in their city. Read More…

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