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Lay’s vs. Pringles: Can Social Media Alter Your Taste Buds?

Lay’s vs. Pringles: Can Social Media Alter Your Taste Buds?

An attempt to try and separate social media users' efforts from brand efforts and compare similar brands in terms of the amount of effort and resources they are REALLY investing in order to deserve the exposure... Read more »

What Is It Like to Work With Facebook & Zuck?

What Is It Like to Work With Facebook & Zuck?

We have all heard about how it feels like to work in Google and how Google is the trend setter of creating the perfect environment for creativity and employee retention. But Facebook is different, rarely have... Read more »

50 Top Noise-Free Twitter Tips in Social Media, Marketing, SEO & Design! Part 4

Wouldn’t it be just great if you could find the most useful tweets and links about the hottest most interesting topics online, all in one place? Wouldn’t it be just convenient if you could link that valuable information to the tweeple who posted it so you can have continuous access to his/her tweets by following him/her accordingly?

Below you will find our fourth specialized well researched list of 50 Top Twitter Tips and Links divided into 5 distinctive categories: 1) Social Media & Technology, 2) Marketing & Advertising, 3) Design, 4) SEO, 5) Motivational & More.

1. Social Media & Technology Tips & Links:

An RT for John Lusher

An RT for John Lusher

Bonus (funny video): @sarahamam: Social Media Addicts Association Meeting – http://bit.ly/18Eyv3

5 Feel Good Things You Can Do on the Web!

Wonder if others feel the same way? If you go back in your memory for about 10 years ago you would remember the world was a much kinder place. People seemed to see each other more – poking and chatting on Facebook don’t count. More importantly, you would always find people helping each other out.

Kindness Campaign

Kindness Campaign

Not to sound like my parents, and to control the amount of selective memory enhancements that I apply, I hit the web looking for examples of how kindness changed with the advent of the web. One of the first things I came by was a wonderful talk (embedded at the end of this post) that was both inspiring and amusing. From there, I kept on looking for how the web helped to make the world a better place – one person at time.

My findings give the impression that, if anything, the internet enabled many acts of kindness to occur. According to some, the whole internet could collapse if it weren’t for those acts of kindness. So here are some places on the net where kindness is alive, well and plentiful!

1. Free Rice

Feel good about yourself and have fun at the same time. This website will make donations of rice in partnership with the WFP for every word you guess correctly. Not much can be said about this site other than it’s all around awesome. [link to Free Rice]

Free Rice

Free Rice

TechCrunch vs. Mashable Review – Part 2: Alexa, Quantcast & Content Comparison

In our first TechCrunch vs. Mashable review post, we compared and contrasted TechCrunch and Mashable in terms of general stats, interface & reviews. Here in part 2, we will be comparing these two sites in terms of Alexa and Quantcast stats and quality and type of content.

TechCrunch vs. Mashable Review – Part 1: Mixed Stats, Interface & Reviews!

But the above figures are available for all and it is not a secret to anyone that those two sites are rough to crack opponents when it comes to dealing with each other! Therefore, I invite you to stay tuned with us while we compare and contrast Mashable and TechCrunch from every possible aspect such as stats, interfaces, content, mistakes and more in a 2 parts review.

50 Top Noise-Free Twitter Tips & Links in Social Media, Marketing, SEO, Design & More! Part 3

50 Top Noise-Free Twitter Tips & Links in Social Media, Marketing, SEO, Design & More! Part 3

Flipbooks with another RT about Social Media

Thoughtpick's third specialized well researched list of 50 Top Twitter Tips and Links divided into 5 distinctive categories: 1) Social Media & Technology, 2) Marketing & Advertising 3) Design, 4) SEO, 5) Motivational & More.

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Social Media & NGOs: Crossing Boundaries & Building Bridges!

Social Media & NGOs: Crossing Boundaries & Building Bridges!

Jump on! Image By: Matt Hamm

Can social media help Non-Governmental Organizations achieve their humane goals and objectives? How could social media be utilized efficiently and effectively in order to promote noble causes and humanitarian concerns?

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50 Top Noise-free Twitter Tips & Links in Social Media, Marketing, SEO, Design & More! Part 2

50 Top Noise-free Twitter Tips & Links in Social Media, Marketing, SEO, Design & More! Part 2

Tweet: 60 Latest Blog Designs

Below you will find our second specialized well researched list of 50 Top Twitter Tips and Links divided into 5 distinctive categories: 1) Social Media & Technology, 2) Marketing & Advertising 3) Design, 4) SEO, 5) Motivational & More.

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Social Media Dead in 2020: May it “Rest in Peace”!

Social Media Dead in 2020: May it “Rest in Peace”!

2020: May Social Media Rest in Peace!

Has social media "worn out its welcome"? Are people getting tired of social media? Is social media changing who we are? Are the arguments against and the threats imposed by social media able to bring it down to its knees? How long will social media users tolerate the negative effects of utilizing its sites, tools and channels?

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Startup advice: A Metropolitan 4-Layered View of the Web & Time Invested

Startup advice: A Metropolitan 4-Layered View of the Web & Time Invested

My 4-layers of Web Projects

If you're a startup or have a "Web 2.0" idea, this might interest you. Through extensive research and my humble experience, I was able to come up with an analogy of the Web's contribution levels comparing it with a city made up of 4 different layers: web users, social circles, tools & utilities and platforms.

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Paulo Coelho Knows How to Use Social Media Better

Paulo Coelho Knows How to Use Social Media Better

Paulo Coelho Twitter's followers count

Paulo Coelho, the famous Brazilian best seller author of the Alchemist, masters social media as a way to connect with his fan base and reach out to the hearts of more people. How does he do it? Could the film/music/games industries use these techniques to drive more sales?

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