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A quick look at 'where on earth' my Twitter followers are located... Compared to the previous graph, the spread has changed again to refocus more on the U.S., now even with the U.K., which had been heading last month's spread. It's quite logical since...

Last week's summary in order of recency... Click on headlines to read stories Friday May 28th Search Agency Update - What Are Companies Up To? Google's AdMob Buy Gives Ticket To Mobile Advertising in Emerging Markets Thursday May 27th Facebook Unveils...

If ever there was still a need to prove the role of social media, here's something for you. Remember, back in mid-February, The Democratic National Committee was looking for a “social networks manager”. Now it is the turn of New York City to recruit its...

Last week's summary in order of recency... Click on headlines to read stories Friday May 21st Buzzzy Adds Location Tracking To Conversation Search Engine Google TV Brings Couch Potatoes And Marketing Geeks Together "Get a Job Interview in 30 secs" via...

Today’s post comes from guest contributor Linky van der Merwe, founder of Virtual Project Consulting and social media strategist. Linky is based in South Africa. Is Twitter part of your social marketing strategy? Here are 10 reasons why your business...

Today's post comes from guest contributor Janet Slack, Business Coach, Social Media Trainer, Consultant and Solopreneur Expert at Solopreneur.Biz LinkedIn doesn’t get the attention and press that other social media sites like Twitter and Facebook do,...

Been busy as a bee but here's the weekly summary in order of recency... Click on headlines to read stories Friday, May 14th BlackBerry Reportedly To Launch Tablet by December Google's New SERP: Hit Or Miss ? Thursday May 13th Google AdWords Rolls Out...

Yahoo News was the most visited U.S. news site in April, market research Experian Hitwise said in its latest report on the online News and Media industry. Yahoo! News accounted for 7.69% of traffic, The Weather Channel - US came in second at 3.97%, MSNBC...

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