Thanks to the American Express promotion, I received a $100 test drive of Twitter Ads. Here are the nine things I learned from the experience…
Pinterest hacked when users simply see other hacked pins of Diet Pills, Starbucks and Best Buy Gift Cards. This is a nasty one!
Even I remember when Facebook was cool because it was only for college students (I was in high school, so I really got that feeling of the coolness that I was so sadly denied). People liked Facebook because it wasn’t full of people like its competitor, MySpace. You had networks, so you only had to […]
Buffer is getting all of the attention. You’ve undoubtedly started seeing the Buffer logo popping up in social sharing widgets on your favorite blogs. But Timely by Demandforce offers a very similar product. And unlike Buffer, which charges for advanced options, Timely is completely free. What is Timely? Time to take a step back. It’s […]
Amanda DiSilvestro tells us about LinkedIn Today, a tool that pulls news and articles from different websites across the web into one place.
This is why Pinterest is awesome. It comes down to the awesome simplicity of the core product. Complete with infographic!
I started writing this blog post about why I’m doubting the power of Twitter to drive traffic consistently or efficiently. I did more than start, I finished it. Then I read it and realized I wasn’t buying my own argument. I wasn’t buying it because that initial argument ultimately wasn’t what I really wanted to […]