Archive for September, 2011

Social Media Changing the Times

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Social networking is what some information technology academics consider to be a disruptive technology or having disruptive impact, rendering existing products, services and business models obsolete.

Although social media have not yet made any product, service or business model obsolete, the phenomenon is certainly challenging many norms, and its current and future impact is and will be profound on all aspects of life. In particular, social media are supplanting traditional media as news and entertainment outlets. A number of recent events, locally and internationally, have highlighted the possible future legal and political impact and the difficulty that society is having with this particular technology.

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Social Media Influence on Employment

Monday, September 26th, 2011

A persons Facebook page is a representation of how a person acts when he or she thinks nobody in authority is looking, said Jeannine Morber, owner of Morber Marketing Group. But, sometimes those people in authority are looking.

Thanks to social media websites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, employers can find out more about candidates online behavior.

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SEO for Blogs

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

SEO for a blog is different than SEO for most other websites, largely because of the social elements baked into blogging technology. SEO for blogs is less about buying links or tricking inadequate search technology. SEO for blogs is more focused on giving people something to talk about and creating something worthy of attention.

SEO for Blogs

SEO for Blogs



Google+ RSS Feed

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Many of you are familiar with RSS feeds, which are a convenient way to subscribe to syndicated content from around the web. All this information is aggregated and delivered to a single location, such as Google Reader, for easier and more efficient consumption.

In Google+, keeping an RSS feed of someones public Stream can be quite useful.

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TweepFeed

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

Put Twitter Links in an RSS Feed with TweepFeed

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