Posts Tagged "twitter"


Why Google+ Lost Its Shine

19 September 2011

Categories: Social Media

Tags: facebook, google, twitter

When Google+ rolled out, I wanted to be one of the first ones on there. And I think I was. I felt like the lone woman when everybody wanted to talk about how male-dominated it was. Immediately, Google+ seemed to resolve things I disliked about Facebook and Twitter (and I had mostly abandoned Twitter at […]

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There goes another of those ads… you can buy Facebook fans, Twitter followers, and website visitors. You can also buy people watching your YouTube videos, and following your channel. My favourite promise from one of these services: “Users are active, permanent and involved with hundreds of other users.” I’d love to get more detail on […]

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In October 2010, event registration website Eventbrite blogged about how different types of social sharing turned into paid event registrations. Their most interesting data is quoted here: When someone shares an event with their friends through social media, this action results in real dollars. Our most recent data shows that over the past 12 weeks, […]

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Social. Pertaining to friendly relations. Seeking the enjoyment of the companionship of others. Connecting to others in a community rather than being in isolation. Networking. An association of individuals having a common interest, formed to provide mutual assistance, helpful information, or the like. Cultivate people who can be helpful to one professionally. So why do […]

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