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Don’t Squander Your Social Capital

October 4, 2010

Social capital is one of the new buzz words of the decade. Basically it’s a ratio of the size of your network and how much of that network listens to you, trusts you and takes action based on what they’ve read. How much Klout you have is one way to measure it. Tara Hunt calls […]

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Challenging Dunbar’s Number

July 3, 2009

The question of how many friends you can effectively communicate with goes round and round in social media circles. The “Dunbar’s Number” theory is frequently quoted as a measure of how many connections one person can really engage with at any one time. Usually by somebody who’s having trouble managing what network they have now […]

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Twitter manners- how to write good tweets and be a good twittizen

May 2, 2009

Like any community there are a lot of un-written laws to how you tweet on Twitter. Most of it is just plain common courtesy and some of it is specific to the platform. What I’m posting here in no particular order are the ones I try to remember and I encourage you to add your […]

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Social media contests-inexpensive marketing at it's best?

April 10, 2009

Recently we’ve seen a lot more games and contests on Twitter vying for attention. A couple I’ve been involved in, the Social Media Trivia Quiz for Composica and Twickets for the Pinot Wine Summit, were quite successful at building visibility quickly and fun to boot. Social media seems to be populated with legions of games […]

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