UPDATE: The spreadsheet is currently down. We are working on it right now. Please check back! If you have read my previous articles, you are likely to know that I love tools and tables. If you haven’t, just trust my word or read further. I’ve been an earlier adopter of Google Spreadsheets for the same […]
The majority of journalists are involved in social media already: journalists use social media to collect and syndicate the news as well as (which is so important to us, marketers) find sources to cite. Journalists are in constant search for original (first-hand) news and article ideas. Social media sites make it very easy to track […]
Despite the fact that the recent trend seems to be against downvoting in general (both the social media giants – Facebook and Google Plus – are not giving their users the option to vote down / dislike an update), we still have to deal with negative voting dilemma: downvoting is still available at social voting […]
Now that’s a powerful proposition on the face of it: being able to see what your friends ‘like’ in the SERP’s.
Out of the choices below, I’ve been wondering where most of you are spending most of your time reading. [poll id=”2“] Thanks for participating!
Lisa and I are on the same page about grammar and spelling, how it’s necessary to follow rules in order to be understood. As much as it pains me to say it, there are rules for writing that you’re allowed to break when you use Twitter. Because 140 characters just isn’t enough for proper English […]
Unless you slept through Sunday and Monday this week, you were either involved in the conversation about Motrin Moms or you tried to ignore it. Besides wasting diverting a lot of people’s time with the discussion/debate, what did we learn? Don’t mess with moms. Moms have been a huge target demographic for quite some time. […]