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Monthly Archive for September, 2010

Facebook Launches Page Browser

Today, Facebook officially launched a Page Browser that suggests Facebook Fan Pages to users based on their interests, with an interface that allows users to filter by category. Suggestions are tailored based on pages users have previously ‘Liked’. Following a new Page simply entails clicking on its icon. This has huge implications for brands. On […]

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With over 145 million users, 370,000 new sign-ups a day and 90 million tweets sent out a day, Twitter is becoming a critical platform for sharing information. (FYI – this data is coming straight from Twitter) Last night I was watching Twitter’s live announced new web interface – new twitter.com. The new and totally revamped architecture […]

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Last week Apple announced Ping – “social network that’s all about music.” According to Steve Jobs “it’s Facebook meets Twitter meets iTunes.” Basically Ping is a social network where users can follow their friends and their favorite artists. They can also post photos, videos, events, and simultaneously share their music.    Immediately this started the debate. Is this a […]

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Originally published in SmartBlog on Social Media Emily Molitor from SmartBrief interviewed me recently about Intel’s presence on social networks. Why has Intel made such a point to engage across various social-media platforms? You go where your customers are. We have a pretty robust presence on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. On those platforms we are […]

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Originally published in Social Media Examiner Conversations are happening online with or without you. This is one of the most frequently used social media sayings. If you’re engaging with social media for your company, it’s almost second nature. However, there are still many who are struggling to ‘sell’ social media to their executives.  And as […]

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