Facebook Reveals Emotional Impact of Posts

Facebook Reveals Emotional Impact of Posts

Feeling a little down after looking through your Facebook feed this morning? It could be because of the emotional impact you are receiving from the negative vibes in the posts you read. Roger Segelken and Stacy Shackford report in their article, “News Feed: ‘Emotional Contagion’ Sweeps Facebook,” that people have an emotional impact from what…

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Brand Journalism Debut

Plan Your Brand Journalism Debut

Beware of stories that aim to promote your brand at the expense of value added information. Instead, include a healthy rotation of do-it-yourself “how to” tips, lifestyle articles and expert interviews that give consumers helpful advice that maximizes their experience with your product or establishes you as a reliable resource.

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Google+ Early Success

Google+ Early Success

The early verdict is very telling so far with the new Google+ technology. Here is an excerpt from Franky Branckaute’s article, Google+ Early Success: Privacy. Around 2/3 of Updates are Private.

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Business Cards are Old School

Business Cards are Old School

According to Austin Considine’s New York Times article, Business Cards Go Paperless, or Almost, the ‘old’ practice of handing out a business card will soon be a thing of the past.

Here is an excerpt of his article.

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Has Facebook Peaked?

Has Facebook Peaked?

Blake Snow, a freelance writer and media consultant for CNN, believes Facebook has peaked and the evidence shows people are starting to tune out. Here is an excerpt from his article today on CNN….

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Social Media in 2010

Social Media in 2010

So much has changed for social media in 2010. Not too long ago, social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter didn’t exist, blogs were nothing more than simple online journals, and digital marketing was still in its infancy. Today, however, the Internet leads the business front, especially with social media. A recent article in…

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Climbing the Social Pillars

Climbing the Social Pillars

Almost everyone knows that friends, fans, and followers are important in social media, and maintaining a transparent, two-way communication with those followers is fundamental to increasing your social equity and climbing the social pillars. A recent article by Social Media Examiner discusses the difference between simply engaging in social behavior and becoming a social business.…

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Eco-friendly Printing

Eco-friendly Printing

Two big problems exist with current ink cartridges: they are expensive and don’t provide eco-friendly printing. Consider how many wasted pages you throw away each week. For every page you throw away, you are not only wasting money, but also wasting ink that will lead to more cartridges in landfills. Several steps can be taken…

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Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap

Many company leaders are starting to encountering a problem with bridging the gap, which is becoming harder and harder to relate to younger generations. Company leaders who have been in the business for 20 years and younger generations just starting out are having a hard time understanding each other. The reason for this problem is…

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