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Opinion: Goodbye Google Plus

It’s true: Google is breaking it’s heavily embedded but failed social networking product Google Plus into separate products – Streams and Photos, new head of Social Bradley Horowitz announced on Google+ earlier this month. It was telling that Horowitz didn’t specifically mention Google Plus, which pretty well signals the end of Google’s foray. Google Plus … Continue reading

Happy New Year 2014

Another circuit around the Sun completed, and we wish a happy New Year to all our readers, followers and casual visitors. Thanks for staying with us. May you have a happy and successful 2015. The Editors Image credit: christmasstockings.com/Creative Commons Google Images

How-to: Secure the Weakest Link behind the Keyboard – Part II

Now for the seriously weak link – you.We busy little bees rush in, skim-read, ignore warnings, know better than everyone else, are highly suggestible, insatiably curious and when on-line, generally risk-blind. And that’s on a good day. The rest of the time we go skipping through the online minefield with gay abandon and the kind … Continue reading

Opinion: The Dark Side of Social Media Settings Part II [Guest Post]

Article originally  appeared as  The Dark Side of Social Media Settings on Digital Inferno by Paul Levy, founder of CATS3000 and Rational Madness. No one claims to understand the majority of settings available to them on the social media platforms they use. What’s the solution? In platform induction, start with the settings. Training in becoming … Continue reading

Opinion: The Dark Side of Social Media Settings Part I [Guest Post]

Article originally  appeared as  The Dark Side of Social Media Settings on Digital Inferno by Paul Levy, founder of CATS3000 and Rational Madness. I’ve just carried out a non-scientific poll of a dozen friends and professional colleagues. Not one claims to understand the majority of settings available to them on the social media platforms they … Continue reading

Dementia Awareness Week: The Importance of Starting to Talk [Guest Post]

Originally posted at Research in Practice for Adults Blog. Lisa Smith, Research & Development Manager at Research in Practice for Adults, writes about the importance of starting to talk, for Dementia Awareness week. A personal viewpoint, Lisa shares the at-times confusing feelings provoked by our experience of Dementia. This week is Dementia Awareness week and the Alzheimer’s Society is … Continue reading

Opinion: Networking and Business – Does Twitter Really Matter?

Article first appeared at Speaking Well in Public, 14 May 2014 Networking and business – does Twitter really matter? Here’s the answer. In April 2014 the BBC’s adaptation of ‪Jamaica Inn‬ attracted complaints and criticism for its sound and mumbling issues. On 22/4 I tweeted ‘BBC had 100+ complaints about Jamaica Inn sound and dialogue. … Continue reading

How-to: Add Twitter to your WordPress Site

Somehow they did it: the folks at Twitter made micro-blogging ubiquitous. The Twitter logo is everywhere. You can’t be respectable in business or on the web without a Twitter feed, pushing traffic to your site and inviting engagement. Which, for those multitudes using WordPress for their website or macro-blog (funny how that term never caught … Continue reading

How-to: Get More Facebook Fans [Guest Post]

Post originally appeared at Socialeum.com, Blog On Social Media Promotion, sent to us by Pep. Recently, Facebook released a fresh tool for Facebook web pages called “Tell your Supporters” that allows web page administrators to import e-mail contacts, determine which e-mail contacts aren’t currently “Liking” their fan page, and information these contacts having an invitation. This … Continue reading

How-to: The 5 Forms of Facebook Followers and How to Keep Them [Guest Post]

Post originally appeared at Socialeum.com, Blog On Social Media Promotion, sent to us by Pep. One of the things that’s kept me personally busy within my community management times has been wanting to user profile the various forms of Facebook fans. Even though fans are each exclusive (since they’re all different people), many of their behaviors … Continue reading

How-to: Raise Facebook Fans Participation on your Own Page [Guest Post]

 5 Ways it is Possible to Increase User Involvement Post originally appeared at Socialeum.com, Blog On Social Media Promotion, sent to us by Pep. Getting loyal Facebook enthusiasts is quite difficult and frustrating. It’s all about maintaining your web page engaging, by way of posting interesting content material and, significantly, getting those fans to participate … Continue reading

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