It was determined today that a list of passwords released by Russian Hackers were likely from the social networking site LinkedIn.
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Facebook will be rolling out Timeline for brands in the next month.
My Social Media Mentor students can attest to the fact that I love the simplicity and flexibility of Tumblr. And, check it out, I’m not alone. Alicia keys is jumping on the Tumblr bandwagon too.
Have you seen Chacho Puebla’s Grandmother Tips? They are a hilarious and relevant set of tips that our grandmas never taught us about using social media.
In an ever-digitizing world, it seems like every Tom, Dick, and Harry has a website.
Well, if you use Facebook, you’ve probably seen all the surprise changes that showed up when you logged in. And, if you Googled “Facebook Changes” the first news results you would see were all about how users are upset about the changes. Who’s looking for the “dislike” button?
Alphabetix is once again offering a great class in partnership with the Mount Hood Community College Small Business Development Center to help boost your internet marketing for your business.
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Did you know that June 30th is Social Media Day (well, not officially)? Mashable, the social media gods, have announced their second annual Social Media Day.
Pinterest is basically an online inspiration board. It lets you organize things that inspire you on the web.
A good social media consultant follows good social media practices. So, if you come across someone who doesn’t follow these basic principles, they may not be the professional that you are looking for.
Foursquare can be an excellent marketing tool for your business. If you want to have a successful Foursquare campaign for your business, here are some tips to follow.
Facebook recently launched the capability to tag a product or place in images. How could this be good for business? Theoretically, being tagged in a photo could drive more traffic to your Facebook Page.
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