Jason Falls, CEO of Social Media Explorer, shares a few easy tips to get started with Twitter for your business.
Twitter was around for several years before many took notice. In 2009 Twitter became the hip new thing and people paid attention.
The social media landscape is constantly evolving. Newcomers like Google+ arrive on the scene and others like MySpace become increasingly irrelevant. As social media companies mature, they inevitably change the way their services function—sometimes without […]
Teaching people to protect their privacy and set comfortable boundaries for their personal and professionals lives on the Web has always been a focus of our work here at Chaos To Clarity—and based on the ever-changing privacy settings of most social networks we won’t stop any time soon. If you don’t check your privacy settings every time you join a social network or when a social network notifies you of changes, then it’s time to turn over a new leaf for the new year.
As a special thanks to our newsletter subscribers we’ve decide to contribute a bit of clarity to one lucky person’s life by addressing personal profile privacy setting conundrums and giving away a 90 minute Audit of Social Network Profile Privacy Settings for the New Year.
I was fortunate enough to be included in the initial public roll out of Twitter’s new interface. Here’s a quick tour of what’s ahead for the Twitterverse.
Use these 5 lucky links to help you figure out how hashtags can improve your time on Twitter. Link Friday is a regular feature. Do you have another one to recommend? Add a comment and let us know.
Are you using Hashtags on Twitter? If you put the # before a topic in your tweet, then you’re on the way to connecting with other people interested in the topic. Learn more about hashtags [#=hash + topic=tag] and the benefits of topical tweeting with the links below.
I’m still digging out from the over 2ft. of (mostly heavy) snow that walloped the DC Metro Area this week-end. And we have more snow to come! Am I in the South anymore? While I’m […]