Archive for April, 2014

Social Media and the Law

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Now that folks are posting and tweeting and retweeting – complaints and grievances around the clock, is every negative experience a possible class action? If someone has a bad experience with a bank or someone gets food poisoning at a restaurant or someone has a problem with a prescribed medicine, he can immediately find others with similar outrages. Are social media making it easier for plaintiffs to band together?

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Teens, Social Media and the School System: Misunderstood or Toxic Relationship?

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

The education system has its flaws. You do not have to be a researcher to know that. Am I biased? Of course I am, but so is everyone else who has ever been to school.

The education we have in this country is incredible compared to some countries that do not. I am not disregarding them; I have the perspective of a student who has had the luxury of going to school my entire life and a pretty good one at that. Schools all over the world have flaws. Some are small but some are quite substantial.

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Social Media Audit

Monday, April 28th, 2014

One way to jump-start a content strategy that not only engages but motivates your audience is to conduct a social media audit. An audit also can be useful as you analyze your competitors social media efforts and get a handle on any unauthorized activity taking place on rogue accounts bearing your name and or likeness.

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Increase Sales on Ebay with RSS Feeds

Monday, April 21st, 2014

As eBay sellers continue to try to crack the code of Cassini, one suggestion coming from the eBay team is to refresh RSS feeds. If you are not familiar, an RSS feed is a technology where a web feed is used to distribute information, or to distribute content to a large number of people at one time. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. eBay sends an RSS feed to Google. Sellers do not have to do anything to make this happen – eBay automatically sends information about each listing to Google using RSS feeds.

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Add RSS To Increase Touch Points

Friday, April 18th, 2014

Would you like to reach your site visitors again and again after they visit your blog?

One way that businesses and organizations can increase readership of their blog posts and the touch points they have with visitor after the visit is by encouraging those visitors to subscribe to get new post alerts via email.

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