We’ve always been crazy for our gossip columns! Available in magazines and newspapers, the gossip column has always been the place to find out who is wearing what, who is seeing who and who is having a baby. It’s also the place to keep up with celebrity hairstyles and make up trends. We have long been obsessed with celebrities but
May 21st, 2013 by Damian Davila
The situation is quite familiar.
You are sitting at work on your laptop or desktop, and you find a great article that you want to share it with your Twitter followers and Facebook friends.
So, you click that share button and launch it to the social media sphere.
Problem is that you want share a great article that renders very
May 17th, 2013 by SEM Contributor
As the bulk of our days are consumed with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and everything in between; we have begun to see a social media dinosaur come out of extinction but in a completely different form. … Read more
May 14th, 2013 by SEM Contributor
When searching for a new or used car, there always seems to be a better deal on the horizon. Simply walking into the nearest dealership and asking for the lowest price doesn’t necessarily result in the best bargain anymore.
Luckily, social media is making it easier to search car dealerships from the comfort of your own couch.
Social media is
Lenders of credit will use this credit score in order to understand if you are a potential risk. However, it is not just financial lenders that check your credit score, other organisations such as mobile phone companies, landlords and insurance companies also do.
Traditionally, your credit score is based on your financial history; whether you have had credit before; your
Don’t listen to the conventional wisdom: you shouldn’t follow-back on Twitter. Or, more precisely, you shouldn’t follow everyone… Read more back on Twitter.
Many web marketers argue that mutual follows are the best way to quickly grow your follower count. And if you Google “Twitter follow back” you can find lists of thousands of accounts to follow that will follow you back.
May 10th, 2013 by SEM Contributor
As many in the social media world know, Google developed a social networking to compete with Facebook and Twitter. The big two social networks had taken quite a chunk of the customer base for Google, so the latter felt it had to act.
As with most other computer based programs, Google stepped up to the plate with something they thought
May 9th, 2013 by SEM Contributor
More and more pro sports and college teams are banning their players from using social media. And, with a rise in athletes that seem to tweet and post their way into controversy, the social media restraint seems reasonable.
The question is, what are the dangers involved if an athlete chooses to ignore these new found bans?
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May 8th, 2013 by SEM Contributor
Facebook: not just a place for families, fun, and games.
Today, the largest and most popular social media giant is also prime property for small businesses and entrepreneurs to network with other professionals, as well as communicate with current and prospective new customers or clients.
From so-called “fan” pages to group pages, to virtual communities, Facebook offers small business owners
May 3rd, 2013 by SEM Contributor
Pinterest has exploded onto the social media scene, and boasts 48.7 million global users as of early 2013. Many companies have taken note of those numbers, and are starting to look at Pinterest as another marketing stream.
But is it right for your small business?
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Pinterest is not a conversational site; rather, it allows people to tell their