Telegraph.co.ukGoogle is starting to finally get social media with Google+ZDNet (blog)Has Google finally figured out social media? With their latest foray into the arena, it looks like they may finally have a winner.
The Media OnlineBusting the myths behind social mediaThe Media Onlineby Melody Maker Social media isn't rocket science, but it does demand that you change the way that you think about interacting with your customers and prospects.
ZME ScienceFacebook and Skype to join forces on new video chat feature: ReportVancouver SunFacebook Founder & Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg, launches Facebook's “open compute program” at Facebook's headquarters in Palo Alto, California...
USA TodayRealtime Search On Hiatus While Google And Twitter Figure Themselves OutWashington PostWell as it turns out the reason behind its disappearance was not so mysterious, on July 2nd Google's access to Twitter's special firehose expired and...
Google's New Analytics Tools For Tracking Social Media A Welcome Addition To ...BenzingaGoogle+ is out in the open and the company is set to shake up the firm grip Facebook holds in the bid for Social Media Supremacy.
Social Media Background Check? Uh oh.AdweekIn May of this year, the FTC said a company called Social Intelligence could start conducting background checks on employees' Internet and social media history.
The Tech HeraldThe five biggest benefits of a company blogEconsultancy (blog)However, one of the earliest components of a social media strategy, the company blog, still has the potential to provide some of the greatest value.
Business InsiderHere's Why Every Social Network Must Change Or DieBusiness InsiderThe epic rise and fall of MySpace, a wave of inflated web IPOs, over-zealous banks. These are wild times to be in the Internet business.
Facebook scammers lure with kinky sex, iTunes gift cardsmsnbc.comFacebook scammers took that platitude to heart over the weekend, with concurrent viral postings making their way around the social-networking service.
Globe and Mail5 Business Lessons You Can Learn From Mark ZuckerbergIT Business Net(The youngest -- by eight days -- is Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz.) He was portrayed in The Social Network (unfairly, some argue) as being socially awkward...
Telegraph.co.ukSome space for bubble theoryTechnology SpectatorAnd as the new tech players line up for their own IPOs on the back of LinkedIn's big debut last month the public should not ignore the lessons of history – even if institutional...
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner must show firm's valueSan Francisco ChronicleAfter ringing the bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, the chief executive officer of LinkedIn watched as shares of his company soared above $120, nearly triple the...
Shunning Facebook: Some don't 'like' Facebook lifeChicago TribuneThe three are a tiny sampling of what might be one of the smallest contingents on earth — tech-savvy, social folks in their teens and 20s who shun Facebook.
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