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An Introduction To Social Media Club – By Jessica Murray

Social Media Club will soon be celebrating our 6th birthday in August and welcoming the launch of chapters throughout the Middle East and Asia.

Social Media Club has scaled so quickly because we’ve remained true to our not-for-profit missions which include promoting media literacy, sharing best practices and promoting ethical industry standards.…

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Data-Driven Facebook Analytics From Polygraph Media

Here’s a great guest blog post from the founder of Polygraph Media, provider of data driven Facebook analytics.

Popular Las Vegas Casinos on Facebook

by Chris Treadaway, Founder & CEO of Polygraph Media
Las Vegas is understandably one of the best places in the world for adults to enjoy a good time. …

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Cookies: Is it all getting a bit stale?

The imminent “enforcement” of the now infamous “EU Cookie Laws” on Friday 26th May has caused quite a stir over the last few weeks.

Everybody has there own interpretation of the law – and their own opinion as to how it should be dealt with, however, I feel it’s often best to take a moderate view on these things.…

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Pinterest, Quotes & the Search for Inspiration

One good glance through the “Popular” category on Pinterest indicates an interesting trend. Users are pinning (and re-pinning) a good number of quotes/funny sayings and they seem to be growing in popularity.

Pinterest is still evolving and it’s fascinating to see how people are using it in unique ways. Maybe it’s not all about visual candy, but something more — perhaps inspiration.…

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Resultly – Realtime Search Engine

There are few significant events in the recent Internet history that
changed the face of the Internet forever and whose ripples are still
propagating through the online world.

The first event occurred in 1998 when google introduced its rank based
algorithm and search engine. Google offers plethora of products but
the largest slice of its revenue pie comes from Search and Google’s
AdSense program allowing businesses to better target audience with
relevant advertisements.…

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A Few Simple Benefits of Using An RSS Feed

If you spend much time online, it’s likely you’re aware of RSS feeds as a method of keeping up with blogs and websites. But what exactly is this technology? And, more importantly, how can it benefit you as both a consumer and a publisher of content?

A Brief Introduction to RSS


RSS dates back to the late 1990s and was developed as a way to allow website content to be syndicated for use on other sites.…

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Why Your Business Website Should Have A Blog

The ease of publishing and the participatory nature of commenting have made blogs incredibly popular over the past decade. But today they are much more than just personal diaries. Blogging content management systems such as WordPress can power your entire business website, or can be quickly installed on your domain. For businesses that take the time to plan a clear strategy, a blog can bring several important benefits.…

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Your New Year’s Social Media Resolutions

We’re now a few days into 2012, and many of us have undoubtedly committed to some of the usual New Year’s Resolutions: exercising more, eating less, quitting a personal habit and the like. But have you dedicated yourself to something that will improve your business, not just yourself?

I’m talking, of course, about your New Year’s Social Media Resolutions!…

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Google+ is Open for Business(es), But How Does It Stack Up?

In a previous post, we made some predictions on how Google+ could potentially become a useful platform for businesses. And now the time for speculation is over. Last week Google opened up the service to corporations, brands and organizations of all types, intensifying the social network’s competition with Facebook.

The announcement was a major one, since for the first four months of its existence only individuals were allowed to have Google+ accounts.…

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