Going Social

Facebook’s Privacy Chances, Photo Wars, and Kevin Smith: the Social 6 News Roundup for 12/13/12

December 13, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook, Going Social, Instagram, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TwitterNo Comments

Lots of news regarding Facebook’s privacy changes over the last 24 hours, as well as the ongoing disagreement between Facebook and Twitter with respect to photo sharing. There’s also a goingsoci.al piece built off of a segment from my Going Social book which seemed to get quite a good chunk of your clicks as well. […]

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Facebook Monetization, MyHeritage, Banjo, & Reddit: the Social 6 for 11/29/12

November 29, 2012jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Going Social, Productivity, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

There was just so much goodness going around yesterday that this story about 500px’s arrival on iPhone got crowded out – and 500px is a pretty sharp site/platform/service. I’d have put it in the top 6, but alas, the rules are the same as always: whatever I share that you guys click on & share the most, […]

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Yammer, Data Visualization, and the Facebook Stock Rally Top the Social 6 for 11/15/12

November 15, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook, Going Social, Productivity, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

You know the drill by now: I share what you guys clicked on, shared, and retweeted the most yesterday, which was actually a doozy of a day. I especially recommend #2, though I’m admittedly a bit biased since I’m an entrepreneur worried about his health. Here’s your Social 6: #6: Social media overwhelming some SMBs (BizReport) […]

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Newsjacking, HowDo, and more Kindle Fire vs. iPad Mini Comparisons Top the Social 6 for 11/1/12

November 1, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook, Going Social, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TabletsNo Comments

Morning, team. In the wake of Sandy, newsjacking has become a very popular topic, and my post discussing it on my companion site, Going Social, took the top spot today. You’ll notice plenty of great stories from The Next Web, too, and more of the ongoing Kindle Fire/iPad Mini debate, as the latter is still […]

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Kindle Fire, Eventbrite’s Social Media ROI, and Super Pacs: the Social 6 for 10/26/12

October 26, 2012jeremygoldmanFacebook, Going Social, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TabletsNo Comments

Happy Friday, gang. How was your Thursday? If yours was as hectic as mine, you might have missed these stories, and we wouldn’t want to have that. Today we’ve got plenty of tablet news & views, Eventbrite’s quantifiable social media success, and even a story from my book companion site, at http://goingsoci.al. Here’s your Social […]

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Debate Tweets, Apple Launches, and Community Managers as CEOs? Your Social 6 news roundup for 10/23/12

October 23, 2012jeremygoldmanGoing Social, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TabletsNo Comments

Yesterday was a pretty busy day in the Twittersphere, folks. Both this very site and Going Social were among the top six more shared, clicked on, retweeted, you name it. But aside from things I’ve put out there, there was plenty of great news and views over the last 24 hours. Here’s your Social 6: […]

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The Social 6: Key Stories of The Last 24 hours, 8/17/12

August 17, 2012jeremygoldmanEcommerce, Facebook, Going Social, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

#6 A $12-Million-A-Month iOS Game? NaturalMotion Has It With CSR Racing Benchmark Capital-backed NaturalMotion has announced that its high-profile game, CSR Racing, is now surpassing $12 million in monthly revenue. If that’s the case, that would be the most any iOS game has hit to date, and illustrates the potential market opportunity here. #5 Case Study: Salon […]

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The Social 6: Key Stories of The Last 24 hours, 8/16/12

August 16, 2012jeremygoldmanGoing Social, Google, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Without any further ado, here’s a roundup of what I shared, and what you guys found interesting, over the last 24 hours: #6 AfterCollege Relaunched, Looks To Build A LinkedIn For College Students And Recent Grads AfterCollege is now looking to be, in essence, the “young LinkedIn.” There’s more to it, of course, and Rip Empson writes […]

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