Monthly Archives: April 2010

22 AprHow Facebook’s open graph changes the game

Yesterday at the f8 conference Facebook introduced their new ‘open graph protocol‘. Essentially what this means is that Facebook has now made it possible to not only integrate elements of it’s interface, such as the ‘like’ button, into everywhere you go on the web; they’ve made it possible for you to bring the Facebook experience […]

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21 AprTiming is everything — almost

When you send out tweets or Facebook updates, do you give much thought to their timing? There are a number of interesting considerations to be made about timing with social media marketing, depending of course upon the intention of your tweets. Ideally, if you’re using social media for the purposes of personal branding, promotion or […]

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16 AprIf you build it, they will come: Udemy to put online education in your hands

We all know a little something about something that lots of others know nothing about. But what if you could share that thing you know more easily? And with a global community that’s looking to learn about this topic of yours? This is exactly what Udemy makes possible. I had the chance to interview Gagan […]

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10 AprWhat’s the RIGHT ‘follow style’ on Twitter?

A while back I wrote a post entitled “Don’t follow us on Twitter” that was intended to get a conversation going about how we use Twitter, whom we follow & how we make that choice. I got several comments that helped me to view this topic more broadly. Thanks to those who commented. I’ve got […]

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08 AprDelay Facebook notifications in your Gmail until a better time

We’re all very well connected these days. That’s good! But without some specialized filters the real-time web and social media can certainly start to take over our lives. I recently posted a screencast about how Syphir can make Gmail more manageable and powerful.  Now I want to show you how you can use Syphir to […]

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