TWITTER CHANGES: YOU FAVORITE ME…NO, YOU LIKE ME!

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Social Media, Twitter 5 Comments

 
It looks like our favorite…
real-time
micro-blogging
conversational
breaking news
140-character message
hashtagging
event-tracking
Social Networking site
 
…Twitter, might be in the midst of making a little change to your Favorite button.
I wrote about a few other changes Twitter recently made that really irritated some people, but this latest one is pretty minor in my book.
As you know, when you want to archive a Tweet for any reason, you …

GOOGLE PLUS: A LESSON FOR ALL OF US, INCLUDING GOOGLE

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Google Plus, Social Media 25 Comments

Over on Facebook, my friend and colleague, Tim Corcoran, a senior executive with Hubbard One, posted a link to an MSNBC Technolog story about Google+, which stated there was a 60% drop in use after a 1200% surge in users after opening up to the public in mid-September.
Tim said:
“I joined G+ the first week, but haven’t spent more than 10 minutes there since.  90% of …

NO GOOGLE PLUS BUSINESS PAGES YET? GOOD!?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Google Plus, Social Media 4 Comments

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As you probably know by now, Google launched its mammoth Social Networking site, Google+, 3 weeks ago.  In 3 weeks, they have accumulated approximately 20 million members, and they still haven’t opened it up to everyone yet.
In case you haven’t noticed, Google isn’t allowing business pages yet.  They made that clear after the 1st day, letting businesses know they …

HAS TWITTER GOTTEN TOO BIG?

Nancy Myrland All Posts, Social Media 11 Comments

new post from Shel Israel, the author of Twitterville and Naked Conversations.  The post is called Twitteropolis, implying a shift in Twitter culture from the more quaint Twitterville he wrote about in his book.
Shel wrote that Twitterville is feeling much more like Twitteropolis these days.
Shel shared:

“I named it Twitterville because I wanted to connote a certain homey, small-town feel–a place where you …