This insightful article from Yes! Magazine explores how online activism can help us understand how real change is made.
As Lorne Daniel discovers, amongst Twitter followers, “Verified” Tweeps tend to really stand out, especially when their names are Atwood, Naked and Brogan.
Phyllis Wilson tried a little experiment on her Facebook and Twitter accounts recently where she posted the comment “Okay need some good news, what’s your good news for the day?”
Too many social media accounts? Too many personalities to maintain on Twitter? Neil Johnston has figured out the cure, and it’s relatively painless.
As Twitter readies itself for the plunge into advertising, Neil Johnston explores the impact on social media. Is this going to be a big yawn or a big wave? And what will it mean for you?
At one time, ‘hip’ humans learned to shake, rattle and roll; now we learn to tweet, stumble and ping our way through life. That’s because if you want to have a successful blog or website in today’s internet, you absolutely must leverage Social Media to bring more readers to your site. You’ve got to tweet, […]
Some harmless YouTube video viewing brings back one nerd’s painful junior high memories — including bad hair, unfortunate clothing, and Mariah Carey.
When you look back into the past, and then compare it to a real life picture on Facebook, the truth often can surprise you. One of the powers of social media is the gap of time it closes, and the shift in perspective it can initiate. It can be a transformative experience, especially when it humanizes the school bully.
Even for a social media lover, there are days when social media is too, well, social. But sometimes amidst the noise, you’ll find a single beautiful clear message.
Charisma is no longer magic, it’s measurable. So will the winner keep winning if the rest of us can now study her secrets to success? The playing field’s been leveled.