A survey of 600 small business owners across the United States indicates that 90% are actively engaged in social networking sites and 74% perceive social networking as valuable — if not more valuable — than networking in-person..
The starving artist is such a cliche, and fortunately, it might become a thing of the past. Using social media tools and platforms, visual artists have new ways to market their work and connect with buyers far and wid
A new study by ComScore says that US Internet users spend 1 out of every 6 minutes online engaging with social networks. This is a significant increase from 2007 when ComScore reported that Internet users spent 1 out of every 12 minutes online using social networks. As savvy marketers and nonprofit campaigners know, numbers can be sliced and diced. Unfortunately many of these studies never tell the entire story. For example, the latest ComScore study says "Facebook now reaches 73% of the total U.S. Internet population each month."
Interesting podcast from "Three Percent" on ebooks, marketing tools in publishing and the reliability of the brand name
"Three Percent #6: Twitter, Twitter, Books, Twitter"
Chad and Tom are back, and this week they’re tackling whether ebook pricing can destroy the world, whether publishers with unlimited resources can save the world, and whether anyone in the world really wants their favorite authors to Tweet @ them.
Facebook recently unveiled the most dramatic updates to its privacy settings in a year. Out of all of them, there’s one new feature that you really must turn on as soon as it becomes available to you: profile review.
Facebook just announced plans to abandon the "Places" feature inside its mobile application. Instead, location information will just become a standard part of mobile status updates.
A friend posed a question a couple days ago (on Facebook, of course): “How easy it is to get caught up in the NOISE of Social Media? Being more concerned with how many events you check in at and how many "mentions" you receive is a dangerous practice. One day you could look up and realize that you made a lot of noise, and never really built a business.”
Want to know what’s going on with Hurricane Irene? Follow her on Twitter. As the massive hurricane heads up the coast, its tweets have intensified. But don’t worry, Irene’s Twitter account status meekly declares, “I don’t want to hurt anyone.”
1. Google+'s image display page looks really classy....
2. The traffic has been immense...
3. One reason for the increased traffic: Unlike Facebook, it's the norm on Google+ to follow people who are complete strangers....
20 | September | 2012
A survey of 600 small business owners across the United States indicates that 90% are actively engaged in social networking sites and 74% perceive social networking as valuable — if not more valuable — than networking in-person.. more
10 | September | 2012
Models at Diane von Furstenberg’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection walked down the runway wearing Glass, the upcoming headset/eyewear device that Google is developing. more
07 | September | 2012
The career of Dominican designer Oscar de la Renta was recognized Wednesday by the Couture Council at an event to kick off New York's Fashion Week. more
03 | April | 2012
Putting art back on the small screen with the return of MTV'S ARTBREAKS! more
14 | February | 2012
The starving artist is such a cliche, and fortunately, it might become a thing of the past. Using social media tools and platforms, visual artists have new ways to market their work and connect with buyers far and wid more
23 | November | 2011
TODAY 415 members!!! more
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