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Thursday, June 17, 2010

This Just in: Twitter Sells Out, or Now Trending Topics Can Go Up to 11

by George Blair IV
This Just in: Twitter Sells Out, or Now Trending Topics Can Go Up to 11, developed in 2006 and currently experiencing member rates of more than 100 million, began their day on June 17, 2010 with an eleventh trending topic.

Trending Topics are defined as the most common phrases currently appearing in messages (called "tweets") posted by users of the site. They are immediately indexed as a Trending Topic on the sidebar of the site. They include everyday words ("watches," "Sunday") or a phrase that symbolizes the items associated with the topic. For example, "#fathers...

AT: 06/17/2010 12:27:26 PM   0 COMMENTS
Friday, January 22, 2010

Lesson 2 Vocab 48 - Social Media

by Matthew A Perosi
Like Search Engine Marketing, the phrase "Social Media" is an all inclusive term referring to any membership website. A membership website is one that gives you the ability to join, create a profile, and directly interact with other website members and friends of yours.

Generic examples of Social Media websites are Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, Classmates, StumbleUpon and YouTube. There are thousands of others.

Some jewelry specific Social Media websites include Polygon and Instore Magazine.

I urge you to get involved with at least one social media website. You should start with the same one most of your customers are using. You should eventually join another after you have learned some online marketing skills specific to social media.

There are very specific methods you should use for a...

AT: 01/22/2010 03:18:02 PM   0 COMMENTS
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