you have the right not to receive urgent pleas from facebook friends for more ammo or a fast getaway car. here’s how to edit what notifications you receive.
users can edit and/or replace the text appearing in links posted to facebook
customers have far more ability to research vendors and their offerings than in the past. moreover, the information that prospects are receiving is not static – it’s a dynamic, constantly growing pool including data from far more sources, especially peer input. what should marketers do to respond?
via youtube.com get past the interesting accent and oddly machine-like intonation of the narrator, and you’ve got an interesting look at how the web is evolving. connected always and everywhere – great and scary. courtesy of “dutch think tank EPN” (ah, the accent) via http://twitter.com/bpluskowski, moderator of #smchat on twitter Posted via web from btodd
Your Google 10 is the top ten results that appear when someone does a Google search for your name. How do you go about ensuring you own all ten spots? Surprisingly, it’s not that hard. Here are some of the sites and profiles you’ll want to grab and pay attention to. via smallbiztrends.com
what do the changing demographics mean for facebook users? for the growing number of businesses and organizations seeking to use the service to communicate with those users? read on…
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