How Facebook Affects Your Relationships [Infograph]

For those of us who move around from one country to another, Facebook has become a heaven sent and mainstay of our daily lives in order for us to maintain the relationships we have developed with people who might be continents away. That’s only one way Facebook could affect relationships and the infograph below explores the affects even further.

I found several of their findings very interesting especially the fact that Facebook is not a sausage fest but I bet that this is not true in Jordan.

What did you think of this infograph? Share with us your comments and thoughts below.

“Twisit Jordan” Courtesy of Queen Rania — Learn Social Media By Example

Tweet + Visit = Twisit… Simple and fun isn’t it? Read more to find out what this is all about!

Idea & Objectives:

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah kicked off “Twisit Jordan” on Twitvid around 2 weeks ago.

“Twisit Jordan” is a two fold campaign. Queen Rania has called out for people around the world to submit videos stating what they would like to experience in Jordan, while on the other end she called on Jordanians to submit videos that show how special Jordan is.

Twisit Jordan

Ultimately, a Tourist Swap will happen where two foreigners get to enjoy a tour around Jordan for a week and two Jordanians get to enjoy a tour around the country of the winners.

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Quirky headlines of 2010… so far

It always brings a smile to everyone to read those amusing and sometimes weird occurrences in the world of social media. It seems that 2010 has started out strong, so far, with a lot of news really bringing a smile, or a smirk, to many…

Queen Rania & Social Media: Tips and Insights

I read an article on TechCrunch about Jordanian Queen Rania’s new twitter account, and it got me interested in knowing how else one can communicate with her majesty through the Web and learn her thoughts and opinions. This got me thinking, and I’d like to say some points out loud concerning the technological side of her majesty’s social Web involvement…

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