365 Connect, the New Orleans based, award-winning online technology platform provider for the multifamily industry, announced today the integration of Pinterest, the social media photo and organizing platform that was created to allow users to share and interact within an online community environment. The integration allows site users to share images directly onto Pinterest with links back to apartment communities using the 365 Connect Technology Platform.
With spring bowhead whaling season in full swing, at least five Alaska communities are distributing and celebrating their behemoth harvests, including one village that hasn't landed a leviathan in years. Though details were somewhat sketchy on Monday because many communities were knee deep in the process of stripping away massive slabs of meat, it appeared 13 whales had been taken, according to first-hand accounts in villages.
Little more than two months after concerns about copyright infringement arose, Pinterest announced it is introducing a new feature to credit photographers, artists and creators of other content its users “pin” on the virtual scrapbook, but legal...
Twitter said Tuesday that it launched a new version of its "Discover" tab, which will attempt to present relevant news stories to users, based on tweets from people followed by the primary account holder.
These people may not be well known to you right now but they will be soon. You have probably not seen them on “influencer” lists or anything like that but I am guessing that by the end of this year you will. I am online most of every day and I have watched the impact and presence of these people grow over the past few months.
Pinterest, the social image-sharing pinboard site beloved by maiden aunts and chronically depressed ex-girlfriends everywhere, isn’t so hot anymore, apparently. While Pinterest soared in popularity at the end of 2011 and by March this year was the third most popular U.S. social network, new user signups appear to have dropped off a cliff. Nicholas Carlson made note of this in Business Insider.
MANILA, Philippines - I used to be a social climber. I’ll admit. There was a point in my life that I wanted to be one of the people that got featured in magazines and showed up in event pictures in the lifestyle sections of newspapers and magazines. I was young and stupid — well, maybe not that young but I was definitely silly. I learned quite late in my youth that being featured in magazines doesn’t mean you’re interesting. People got featured in magazines because they did interesting things. Notice the difference?
For those of you that are active on Twitter, following hashtags (#) can be a great source of information and an easy way to add your content to the conversation. You have access to a vast community on Twitter of smart, innovative, and engaging individuals looking to share what they know. Take a moment to get to know them and see how you can add your voice (and value) to the conversation. Here are 6 Twitter hashtags to follow:
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