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Twitter by Raindrops and Other Silly Stuffs…

So, stuff comes at me from so many directions every day that I’m overwhelmed. I don’t usually get much time to check things out, but this evening, I’m surfing and sharing. Some of this is SEO, some social marketing, and some just plain interesting: Image via Wikipedia First, I just had to show you this […]

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Twitter: So You Think It’s Just Fun and Games, eh?

Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, says that it’s not a social network. What is it, then, and why should you care?

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Twitter: Brand Your Tweets, Easy & Free

For those of you who love Twitter, but who are also marketing mavens, you’ll be really interested in a new application that I found out about today. It’s called “Market Me Tweet,” and instead of having your tweets say, “From TweetDeck” or “From FriendFeed” or whatever, what if they could say “From Your Business Name” […]

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Twitter: What's Your PR?

ATTENTION: Please read this post first… http://ovblogger.com/1720/twitter-wr-wr-ong/ Duh. Did you realize that your Twitter profile page (the one with all of your own tweets on: http://Twitter.com/username) has page rank? If it doesn’t, you’re not tweeting that often. If it does, and it’s a good PR, you may or may not realize that putting links on […]

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Web 2.0: Social Media Firehose

All I can say is, “Wow!” I just read a post by Ann Smarty over at SearchEngineJournal.com about some very cool Yahoo pipes that you can run. (

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Web 2.0: Smart Marketing with Social Content

What’s the first thing you think when you hear Web 2.0? I’ll bet I can guess… It’s one of two things — Facebook or Twitter, right? Well, those two sites are definitely at the forefront when it comes to Web 2.0 properties, and they’re totally worth the effort of maintaining presence in both places. But […]

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Web 2.0: Google Adds Social Search

Google Labs just came out with a new item called “Social Search.” It will search for items in the social web from people in your Google contact list and include them in any searches you run. I’m not sure how beneficial it will be, but I plan to test it over the next few days […]

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