Posts Tagged “Twitter”

5 New Ways to Use Twitter for Business

by Adrienne Erin. 0 Comments

Twitter is one of the largest social media networks, with millions of users tweeting every day. As a business owner, you should be taking advantage of this site. Even if you have been using it for a while to post links and interact with others, there are changes to be made and new ways to benefit from Twitter. Utilize Lists If you don’t do so already, put the people you follow into lists. Separate people into categories of lists, such as customers and clients, professional organizations, peers ... read more

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A marriage in misspelled heaven. ESPN is worth more than most countries.

by Colin McGuire. 0 Comments

A tiny miscommunication. A little misspelling. A huge miss. “This is the start of an exciting relationship between Facebook and Trendrr. The potential development of an open system for accurate measurement of the entire Facebook platform will provide our clients and the larger Social TV ecosystem with more insights and tools to make better decisions.” Whoops. Those words (the top quote; not the "whoops") according to The New York Times' Vindu Goel, were uttered by the people Trendrr, ... read more

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Netflix needed its Sopranos …

by Colin McGuire. 0 Comments

After all the hoopla surrounding the unveiling of the American adaptation of "House Of Cards" on Netflix. After all the months upon months upon months of walk-up stories featuring interviews with actors and producers and directors and CEOs. After seeing those posters of Kevin Spacey looking angry while sitting on a big monument of a chair. After writers and critics dawned the era of a new day in television consumption the minute all these episodes were unleashed on the world. After all of these things ... read more

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Where were you on Nov. 6 — In front of a television or a computer screen?

by Colin McGuire. 0 Comments

If there is only one night that makes working for a newspaper worth making the decision to work for a newspaper, it's election night. The buzz in the newsroom could probably light up small villages with its palpable combination of drama and deadlines providing an infectious mood to the air swirling through cubicles and computers. It's the one time every four years that you knowwhat you are doing will eventually be consumed by a large amount of people, and the weight of spreading the word as to whom ... read more

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They say they never really miss you …

by Colin McGuire. 0 Comments

Why, hello, hello. How have you been? It's been a couple of weeks. I won't even begin with the "Did you miss me?" talk, because I am sort of used to not being missed. Besides, I'm far too sensitive to stand a possible insulting answer to a mindless question anyways. So why even risk it, right? Right. A lot has happened since we last rendezvoused, you know. And because I — the loving, caring blogtastic blogger that I am — love you — the fantastic, loyal, intelligent and attractive readers ... read more

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