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Social Media & Social Networking are a means of communication and marketing, made possible by the use of tools on the web that lets people share things like pictures, web pages and movies. Social Media also allows people to interact with these digital items in a variety of ways, such as voting, commenting or reviewing. In really simple terms, Social Media & Social Networking are about communication…

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Twitter lists give the finger to #followfriday?


“Sorry, you’re not on the list.” Oh, the burn. And if you’re on Twitter, the indignation is now monumentally public. But then I’m reminded of what my mother told me: it’s not quantity but quality that counts. And sometimes, the who is better than the what…


Facebook not on same Page as their users


Google have stiff competition in Facebook. But not for the reasons you might think — neither quite understand the power of social media in the way you’d think they would…


Gimme less network noise and more social media signal!


Who do you trust to deliver relevant, accurate news and information? Friends, right? Thing is, on the social web, a “friend” can be almost anyone. And over the coming months, we’re all going to find out who our real friends are…


A revelation in social relevance and people-powered “found” engines


Power to people. Or so they say. In recent years, the social web has helped empower, enable, connect and cultivate personal and professional relationships all over the world. So what’s next?


Could social media have stopped the Rwandan genocide?


The rise and rise of Obama showed us the real power of social media. More recently, Iran brought into focus the flip side of social communications, bringing much needed world attention to their political plight. As good as social media and global networking are, could they have prevented the genocide in Rwanda?


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