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Services like Facebook and Twitter are changing the ways we locate and share important news and information, and they have proven to be valuable additions to the field of journalism.
Yet their rise has created some thorny ethical questions for reporters and news organizations.
Mike Grehan, host of the Search Engine Strategies Expo London, wrote a comment on ClickZ last week that made quite a statement.
That statement: "SEO's glory days are over. And we should get over it. Nobody is online looking for content."
Hitwise released some research this morning suggesting that Twitter has caught up with Digg, in terms of site usage.
Note that these two sites aren’t direct competitors, but both can drive lots of traffic and help spread influence. Digg remains social media royalty, as anybody who has experienced ‘The Digg Effect’ will tell you. Twitter, on the other hand, is increasingly useful as a communications and networking tool, as a search tool, and as a filter.
Twitter, the microblogging service that has captured the hearts and minds of some of the internet's most prominent bloggers and the media, doesn't get much love in Europe.
This according to a Forbes article entitled "Twitter Not Loved In Europe" which was published yesterday.
Even if you don't use microblogging services like Twitter and FriendFeed personally, monitoring what's being said on them may be of benefit to your company.
Online reputation monitoring is a rapidly growing market and our Reputation Monitoring and Buzz Monitoring Buyer's Guide profiles 16 vendors in this space. We've also provided suggestions for DIY reputation monitoring on the cheap.
Tomorrow's inauguration activities will stretch Washington's mobile networks, very possibly to the breaking point, according to The New York Times.
Crowds in D.C. are expected to number two million (or more) for Barack Obama's big day. It's a pretty safe assumption that the number of mobile devices on will number only slighty less.
Many of the more popular Twitter users employ third party tools to help them manage their accounts, but you don’t need thousands of followers to see the value in using Tweetdeck.
The Tweetdeck app is based on Adobe Air and makes use of the Twitter API to pull in the content. It provides a clean and customisable interface that allows you to deal with activity on Twitter in an efficient way.
Guy Stephens is the Knowledge and Online Help Manager for Carphone Warehouse, having joined the company in September last year.
I talked with Guy about how Carphone Warehouse provides help and support to its customers online, his plans to improve the service offered, as well as the company's attitude to Twitter and other social media.
It's a question that most bloggers grapple with at some point: how frequently should I blog?
If you don't post often enough, you risk losing your audience. If you post too much, you risk posting for posting's sake.
Last week I discussed the ongoing debate around the use of paid links for SEO. As I noted, there seems to be a growing consensus that the use of paid links is a risky proposition.
Most SEOs, even those who still utilize paid links, tend to agree -
building links the old-fashioned way (i.e. earning them) is the best
On the heels of a phishing scheme that lured unsuspecting Twitter users to a website that was designed to steal their passwords, the Twitter accounts of well-known individuals, including United States President-Elect Barack Obama, have been compromised.
TechCrunch's Michael Arrington and others noticed unusual tweets on the official accounts of the United States President-Elect, CNN's Rick Sanchez, FOX News' Bill O'Reilly and Britney Spears. Companies such as Facebook and The Huffington Post have seen their official Twitter accounts compromised as well.
In the last twelve months, Econsultancy has started to get more involved in the social media space, with a presence now on several social networking sites, including Slideshare, Twitter, and YouTube. Here, we share learnings and best practices from twelve months of tweeting.