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Creating Great-Performing Social Media Content - Tips for Share-Friendly Posts

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Social Media Creating Great-Performing Social Media Content - Tips for Share-Friendly Posts. Creating content for social media can be tough. If you've been social media marketing for a while, you know that, usually, those posts get lower engagement than straight visual posts. Install Social Media Plugins on Your Website.

Komen In PR Mess Because of Planned Parenthood Decision

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On the other is Planned Parenthood, the 90-year-old organization that operates nearly 800 health centers nationwide. It bills itself as “America’s most trusted provider of reproductive health care.” Planned Parenthood says it performed 750,000 breast exams and breast care procedures in 2010, the latest year for which information is available. komen

Social Media Monitoring Grudge Match: Radian6 vs. Scout Labs

Home About Archives How To Pitch SME Newsletter SME-TV Speaking Work With Me Social Media Monitoring Grudge Match: Radian6 vs. Scout Labs April 13, 2009 · View Comments Share Jason Falls Ever since I reported on the launch of Scout Labs , I have had people ask, fairly or not, how it compares with Radian6. sentiment trend view from Scout Labs. They’re better now.

How Visuals are Telling the NAIAS Story

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Here’s a look at the top issues mentioned on social media throughout the telecast: Looking at who was driving #SOTU chatter, the White House was able to carry messages across social media, accounting for most of the top Tweets during the speech. Health: JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. Will positive sentiment outweigh neutral? Highlights? Mercedes!

Judge Confirms: You Have No Privacy. Get Over It.


Get over it.&# He was saying that our private information was already in the hands of credit card companies, health care providers, and so many other third parties, the notion that we control this information is flawed. Brown points out that from a legal standpoint, this statement is both puzzling and unnecessary, but it is nonetheless indicative of a general sentiment that there is no longer any reasonable expectation of online privacy. All of the social networking leaders have stumbled. Facebook has made one privacy screw-up after another.