It appears Google is now looking at taking all that data they have on you and using it to inform the updates / actions of some kind of social meda automation spam software with one of
Mark Traphagen shared some interesting thoughts on what Google's aggressive integration of Google Plus comments (Blogger and Y
Wired has an interesting view on Google's attempts to set its social network on fire.
Google is really bad at SEO :) What a weird move!
Getty Images and Pinterest announced a partnership where Pinterest pays to put meta data
Google are again pushing google+
This time google have added a great update to make it easy for publishers to link up the + profile to posts made on blogs.
Topsy, a social search engine, states they've managed to index ever tweet ever made...
Just noticed twitter it now shows a blue line in between people you follower whom are having conversion.
There's a great study at stonetemple that got me thinking: Is all that "Listen to social media buzz" concept we a
The social real time traffic data from the waze community is now integrated into Google Maps App.
Twitter is rolling out a new feature called "Related Headlines".
I blame spammy email pitches for taking 1 hours of my life daily...
Ok, this is an old article but I couldn't resist. I mean, how can you resist spreading a message like this? Just read this:
Corey O'Laughlin at MarketProfs Daily Fix has posted the results from an informal poll asking marketers if t
Foursquare is the latest website to build their own advertising platform.
It’s now been removed but twitter added tweets to “real” twitter accounts for a promo ad of how good the company integrates with TV ads.
It looks like just getting folks to "Like" your business page is no longer going to be enough.
Google is on a really big push nowadays to get users to sign up for Google+, and to fill out their profile completely.
In a not-to-surprising move, Reddit has removed /r/atheism from the default home page of the website.
I'm not an Instagram user, probably because I'm too old to enjoy seeing my food in Sepia filter, mostly because I got my fill of that by watching the Wonder Years.
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