There is something special about getting a ReTweet (Also known as “RT”) for one of your Tweets on Twitter… If you are not familiar with ReTweets, an “RT” basically means that someone thought that what you posted is valuable and interesting … Continue reading →
The 2011 World Business Forum kicks off today and we are opening it up to the world via the web in many ways. Join me and Blog along with some of the world’s top Bloggers who will be covering the event … Continue reading →
In a recent Tweet by Tweetdeck, the company announced that they are removing Deck.ly from their apps. The Deck.ly feature gave Tweetdeck users the option to post tweets longer than 140 characters. Deck.ly was able to do this by adding … Continue reading →
Look around and it’s clear to see that Social Media marketing is all the rage. Everywhere you look, companies are asking you to “Follow them on Twitter”, “Find them on Facebook”, “View their videos on YouTube”, “Check in on Foursquare” … Continue reading →
In a recent post on the Twitter Developers Blog by Christopher Golda (formerly of Backtype.com) Twitter announced the introduction of a new product called Twitter Web Analytics. In the post, Christopher explains: “Today we’re announcing Twitter Web Analytics, a tool … Continue reading →
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