Social Media

Your Weekend on Twitter with #Slurp140: #WHCD, #Tcamp11, #Sweetlife

Just a friendly heads up that since you can’t be everywhere this weekend we have created several new instances of our recently improved Slurp140 Twitter tracking and analysis tool to follow some major events this weekend:

White House Correspondents Dinner:

For the inside scoop on the #WHCD,...

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10 Sites Every Nonprofit Should Check Out

As a nonprofit its sometimes tough to navigate the ever-changing landscape of the tech world. We've put together 10 sites (in no particular order) every nonprofit should check out to help get you started:

1. Google Grants

Straight from the mouth of Google: "Google Grants is a unique in-kind donation program awarding free AdWords advertising to select charitable organizations....

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Snakes on a Plane, uh… on Twitter!

Yesterday I had one of those hand-to-forehead moments.  “Why didn’t I think of that?!!!”

Over the weekend an Egyptian Cobra snake disappeared at the Bronx Zoo in New York City, and as a 21st Century snake it decided to tweet its adventures – see @BronxZoosCobra.  So far it has gone on the Sex and the City tour,...

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Should I vote for a friend while divulging my personal information?

Earlier this week, I got a mass e-mail from a friend asking all of us to vote for one of her food blog recipes (which looks delicious, by the way) in a competition.  In the past, I have gladly voted for her blog and recipes, but in those cases, I did not have to add an app to my Facebook account or provide any personal information. ...

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Why Social Media Innovation Hasn’t Hit a Plateau

I just finished reading this Mashable OP-ED about social media innovation hitting a plateau – and while  the author makes some good points, overall I’m pretty disappointed with the conclusion.

Sure, just like any industry, innovation is hard to come by – but to say its hit a plateau is a bit much....

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