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The launch of the Facebook Timeline for businesses has cause one mighty buzz. Gone are the welcome pages (like-gates), the navigation on the left with the customised tabs and the picture gallery on top. But there are new opportunities as … Continue reading →
When I got a text message from a friend the other day I caught myself instinctively looking for the ‘Like’-Button. Facebook, Google+ and Co. taught me to show my approval of things to the world by clicking ‘Like’ – now, … Continue reading →
For some, Barbie dolls are the symbol of adventurous, beautiful and stylish women who can be anything they want to be. Now how can that help little girls who lost their hair due to chemotherapy to fight cancer? I believe: … Continue reading →
Facebook is evil. It robs our data, it watches and memorises where we are and it makes us incapable of normal social interaction with our heads literally stuck in the cloud. Or at least that’s what critics claim. That is … Continue reading →
No matter what business you have these days – whether you’re a personal trainer, music agent or a yoga teacher – using social media as a marketing tool can help you to a local or even global breakthrough. As long … Continue reading →
In these times of insecurity, journalists urgently need to know what’s coming for their industry. Social media(SM) seems to be the answer. But the traditional media-makers aren’t quite able to put their finger on where exactly this phenomenon is going … Continue reading →
“Do not put party-pics on your facebook profil as future employers might see them and then not hire you,” is the common advise people get and give when it comes to the usage of social networking sites. A lot of … Continue reading →