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A Brief History of Social Media [Infographic]


The Top 8, Birth of Facebook, and 140 Characters: 2003-2009. In 2003, Myspace launched and took off across the web. But to better understand where we’re going, we need to look at where we’ve been. Let’s take a look at the history of social media.

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History Of Iraq That Affected The Dinar Value

The Realtime Report

It was then followed by the 2003 Iraq War which planned to overthrow the government of Saddam Hussein in breach of international law. Ultimately, Saddam Hussein was arrested in December of 2003. The sanctions were lifted after Hussein was ousted in 2003.

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Nurturing Joy – a Half-day Mindfulness Retreat

Janet Fouts

Monica has been working in holistic health since 2003. • Learning to love ourselves, offering self-compassion and appreciation • Learning to love others, looking beyond challenge to opportunities to connect on a deeper level • How movement creates opportunities to shift mindset and energize our mindset Special guest!

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Gayle King Responds To Backlash Over Asking Lisa Leslie About Kobe Bryant’s Rape Case

Forbes Social Media

Thursday morning Gayle King responded to the backlash she’s received following a clip of her interview with WNBA star Lisa Leslie asking about Kobe Bryant’s 2003 sexual assault charge.

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The History of Social Media in 33 Key Moments


Unfortunately, the site’s spike in popularity in 2003 caught the company by surprise. Myspace: “A place for friends” (2003) Friendster rival Myspace (originally styled as MySpace) quickly became the go-to site for millions of hip teens. You could create a profile, include “status updates,” and reveal your mood.

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Look to Asia

Ari Herzog

Because of their experience with SARS in 2003 and the subsequent avian flu, Vietnam and Cambodia were prepared. To a degree, you can blame politics. Vietnam is a socialist republic and Cambodia is a constitutional monarchy. The bigger story is what they did. The countries were experienced with epidemics.

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Lee Odden on Getting the Most Out of Influencer Marketing


Cited by the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, and Forbes for his marketing expertise, Lee has blogged about marketing since 2003 and has given 250+ presentations in 18 countries on best practices in B2B marketing. Lee also publishes The State of B2B Influencer Marketing Report and is the host of the Inside B2B Influence podcast.