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Tweet So then how do you go about using social media to build your career/business network? Be smart, stand out from the crowd. Don’t strive to be like everyone else
Tweet It is no surprise that we live in a system that prefers ideally extrovert characteristics. Even we personally admire people who can put on his weight in a group
Tweet 1. Know what you want Many people do not know what they want. No matter what medium you are using, it is essential to be clear about what you
It may take some time to decide, or plan, if you want to help local charities. After all, not many people can give a lot of their money or time to charities.
Tweet By Jessy Troy Who here likes to save money? I can’t see you right now, but I am going to assume that anyone reading this just enthusiastically rose their
Tweet Twitter continues to grow, change and adjust, encouraging developers to create and improve their own applications on top of Twitter. Twitter faithful a/k/a Twitterati, know that you don’t need
Tweet Nifty tool enhances your Facebook experience. All the hoopla surrounding Facebook’s privacy problems has some people wondering if there are viable alternatives to this amazingly popular social networking platform.
Tweet Open Source Social Networking Foundation Laid Diaspora: Personally Controlled, Do-It-All, Distributed Open-Source Social Network from daniel grippi on Vimeo. Facebook was started by a university student and its main
Tweet Does this news presage a deepening government interest in your personal affairs or has the Library of Congress simply realized that tweeting is of some value beyond Twitter? I’ll
Tweet “Blog early, blog often,” is a saying bloggers are fond of, a theme advanced by BEBO when it launched in January 2005. BEBO took the first letters of that
Tweet Twitter has grown on me. So much so that I have embraced this social networking site wholeheartedly after initially holding it at arm’s length. Like so many latecomers (I
Tweet Facebook continues to grow at a meteoric pace with some 400 million people registered with the world’s most popular social networking site. But what Facebook isn’t rushing to do