- Drilling Down – On Social Networks, Young Users Manage Privacy Closely
In response to growing privacy concerns on the Internet, people are increasingly monitoring their online identities. And young Internet users are the most vigilant in restricting access to personal information, according to a Pew report.
- BP and Social Media; Don’t Join the Conversation – Fix Your Problem
Many people have taken to social media to vent their frustration and anger over the oil spill. There are myriad blog posts, great ongoing conversation at the OilDrum, and the Twitter hashtags (#oilspill and #oilpocalypse) are a steady stream of regular people discussing the disaster.
- Working from home increases productivity
It’s a stereotype that people who work from home spend more time doing the housework, watching Oprah and playing with their pets than they do working.
- World Cup pushes Internet to new record
World Cup fever pushed the Internet to a new record on Friday, according to measurements from Akamai.
- Marketing gone social – how conversations are turned into insights
Tracking insights from online conversations is always a source of inspiration when it comes to your brand.
- 10 Common Mistakes Made by Novice Web Designers
- How Teens Watch: The Future (of Media) is in Their Hands
- 90% of businesses would not pay to be on Foursquare. So what now?
- Social Media case studies from LEGO, JPMorgan Chase, Budweiser, and 11 more
- Are you ready for the Twitpocalypse?
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