Posts from November 2009

Who owns your Facebook?

Who owns your Facebook data? Facebook claims that you own it. But what happens if you accidentally get too many friends in one day, chat on Facebook messenger too much, or join too many groups? Facebook can delete your account at any time, with good reason or not. Ignorance to their ever-changing Terms of Service […]

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Twitter’s Growth Spurt is Flatlining

It seems that the US‚Äôs use of Twitter is beginning to flatline. If you look at usage reports for the major social networking sites you would see that for over 4 months now Twitter has the same amount of users. Recent trends suggest that Twitter has stopped gaining new Tweeters. Twitter CEO Evan Williams has […]

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Using Social Networking to effectively promote your Business

A lot of buzz has been made about companies using social networking to promote their products or business but a new study suggests direct marketing techniques like offering discounts and special promotions is still the best and most effective way. “Based on our research, it’s not so much about some type of ‘shared passion’ for […]

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Facebook Scam : DO NOT OPEN THE EMAIL BELOW OR ATTACHMENTS IF YOU SEE IT IN YOUR INBOX: Ways to avoid scams

FACEBOOK EMAIL SCAM Below is an email that was sent to one of our clients. If you see this or anything like it, do not open it. Only forward it to people you do not like ūüėČ From: Facebook [mailto:agreement+pnmhgbwdcrzf@facebookmail.com] Sent: Monday, November 09, 2009 3:12 AM To: info Subject: new account agreement Dear Facebook […]

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Purdue University using “backchannel” social networking during class.

Purdue University students are trying out a new application developed at the school called Hotseat. Hotseat integrates Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, and SMS text messaging to help students ‚Äúbackchannel‚ÄĚ during class. This application allows the participants to comment, exchange questions, and exchange ideas in real-time. At Purdue, Hotseat allows students to comment on the ongoing class […]

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