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"This is a really interesting post, and one a lot of folks should consider when revealing their entire lives to Facebook. I saw this article on Friday May 20th, 2010 - in the Economist magazine. "Executives at Facebook met to decide whether they should simplify the 170 privacy options on the social-networking website amid growing unease about the public availability of users’ personal information." Here is a link to the full article. http://www.economist.com/business-finance/displaystory.cfm?story_id=16167766 " Read more
by Neil on Facebook - Is Your Privacy At Risk?

"We are wanting to add a blog to our email marketing out reach effort. Do you guys offer Social Media support/assistance?" Read more
by Joey G on Integrating Social Media into Your Email Marketing

"Wow, so simple, but clearly overlooked. Good post." Read more
by John J on Integrating Social Media into Your Email Marketing



Posted by: Jim Harris on 4/15/2010 | 0 Comments
Before blogging came on the scene, there were only limited ways people could communicate to a large audience – essentially newspapers, magazines, books, reports and personal letters; to name a few. No quick and easy way to reach out to the masses for sure! With the internet and the evolution of the blog and other social media platforms, written communication has now been elevated to a higher level. Today you don’t have to get hired by a newspaper or magazine… get someone to publish your book to be heard – to truly affect change. Today anyone can write an article and post it to the internet and it is immediately transmitted all the way around the world as soon as they press the enter key. WOW! But getting the world to actually read...
Posted by: Jim Harris on 3/24/2010 | 0 Comments
Jon Klein, president of CNN, was recently quoted at the Bloomberg BusinessWeek 2010 Media Summit. Mr. Klein remarked, “I'm more worried about the 500 million people on Facebook than I am about two million people watching Fox". Now why would Mr. Klein make such a remark? For quite some time, online news websites and cable TV have been accused of contributing to the demise of newspapers.
Now it seems that it the old saying may be true – “what goes around comes around”. CNN Logo - Social Media CommentaryFacebook, Twitter and other social media outlets are pulling viewers away from CNN, and other news outlets. Klein further remarked, “We want to be the most trusted name in news. But people have friends on Facebook and follow others on Twitter and they consider them as trusted sources of information”.
Posted by: Jim Harris on 3/16/2010 | 0 Comments
The allure and attractiveness of social media rage continues maintain its build up. At a recent meeting of the New York chapter of the Business Marketing Association, the talk was all about extending brand reputation. However, according to our research, only about 20% of marketers and agencies are able to calculate an ROI on the social media investment. Clearly some companies have been able to leverage social media to make significant and dramatic success in selling their products, Best Buy...

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