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Why hashtags and influential Twitter users may not matter. The best tools that help you separate the wheat from the chaff.

Are you having an impact? Do your company’s corporate Twitter account and Facebook page create resonance? Four things to watch out for.

Social media audit: 3 things you must take care of to convince your boss that your budget is money spent smartly.

According to the Huffington Post, the rumors are true! Apps are not helping the New York Times or The Guardian compensate for lost revenue. Why not? Now what?

This review outlines how a small company implemented some of the findings and highlights of a great book to improve results.

The Iran opposition is taking stock and moving to harness street protests to form an official political front that can embrace defenders of the real Islamic republic. Unfortunately, Twitter’s effect on actual events in Iran is non-existent except for making waves and getting attention outside of the country only.

Bottomless goody bag: Fair product reviews

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2009/06/10 · 9 comments 14,233 views

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While ethics guide daily personal behavior, morals constrain our pursuit of personal interests. How does this affect journalists or bloggers who receive freebies from vendors or test gadgets and then publish their experiences?

Neither Mario Sundar from LinkedIn with his blog, nor Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO writing a commentary in yesterday’s Financial Times should use their positions as opinion leaders in the blogosphere or business community to voice their opinions about today’s presidential election in the U.S. – they both did …

We tell you why Dell  may not do so well with its website and Hitwise  may have missed the mark widely with its latest Twitter stats – and NO – Twitter is no longer a niche. Of those that know English, non-native speakers now outnumber native English-speakers by 3:1 Here is a checklist on how […]