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Here are some more compelling reasons why your startup cannot live without a blog.
You should be following all of these people on Twitter because, while many of them are quite clearly psychologically damaged, they’re also extremely funny.
What sets URL Shortener apart is how easy it makes it for you to save links, copy them to a clipboard, or share them directly from a menu.
Who says watching TV is anti-social? Add-ons can bring Facebook photos, live Tweets and more to your XBMC setup.
LinkedIn can seem overwhelming. These 5 tips will get you from total newcomer to all-star networker in no time.
Microsoft is attempting to make Skype a better, more professional experience with the introduction of Skype TX, promising broadcasters “Studio-grade” performance, thus making their broadcasts better for themselves and their listeners/viewers.
These three YouTube channels ask and answer great questions about making and playing games.
Another day, another Twitter page redesign. No sooner have we gotten over the last incarnation than they have got restless and changed it again.
Does your business really make use of Facebook? Or do you merely update your page occasionally with some hope of keeping your fans updated? There’s a difference. A big difference.
If you want blogs to lend you their platform, you’re going to have to go about it the right way.
Facebook might shed 80% of its users by 2017, but which social network will succeed it? Here are some likely candidates.
When using Tinder, it’s just as important to know what NOT to do.
If many of your Twitter followers have become strangers, spammers, and social annoyances, it might a good to time to cut back your “friends” list.
Spotify has launched a huge refresh that changes the look of all of its applications while also adding some new functionality and features that should make everything easier to use.
Whether you want news, previews, or tips to improve your own work, show your geeky allegiance with pride by following these 10 brilliant comic book writers.
Accessing quality social media reports can often become a costly endeavor. Here are some free ways to get them.
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Only available for iOS at the moment, the new Facebook Messenger comes with the ability to easily create groups, as well as forwarding IMs to other people.
Can you imagine what the JFK assassination or the tearing down of the Berlin wall would have been like had Twitter existed at the time?
Facebook itself has “Like” and “Share” buttons, which publicly tell people what you think. But what if you want to save a post for later without broadcasting it? Meet Facebook Favorite for Chrome.
Twitter rolled out two fresh “photo enhancing” features that ramp up your social friendships. Now, you can tag the people in your photos and include up to four photos in a Tweet.
You know what’s great? Getting things that used to cost money for free. Twitterrific sold for $2.99 on the App Store until now, and now is taking the freemium route.
Quora has just launched a feature allowing high profile individuals to have a blue “verified” checkmark next to their name. The first person to get it is Barack Obama, the US president.