Social 6 Daily Recaps

The Onion Missteps, Running Apps, Facebook Ad Changes, Twitter Hacks: the Social 6 for 2/25/13

February 26, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TwitterNo Comments

Yesterday was an action-packed day, if you’re a social media nerd like me. Enough so that plenty of great contestants didn’t get onto the list. The stories left standing, of course, make up a very diverse Social 6, from a rundown of running apps, to Netflix’s use of analytics to power their programming, to a […]

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Papal Twitter, Framebench, & Facebook Insights Fail: the Social 6 Weekend Edition

February 25, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Social 6 Daily Recaps, Startups, TwitterNo Comments

Hope you all had wonderful weekends! The last few days (I’m including Friday), to be honest, weren’t mindblowing with news & views. In fact, some of the links I shared were — gasp — a few days old! Nevertheless, there are kernels of gold in here, including details about collaboration platform Framebench, Facebook’s Page Insights […]

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Twitter Ads API, Square’s POS Initiative, & Tweetbot: the Social 6 for 2/20/13

February 20, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Social 6 Daily Recaps, Startups, TwitterNo Comments

Very busy day for me, between meetings and Social Media Week events, and a very busy for news all over the Internet! In case you were busy running around like I was, you might have missed great news about Tweetbot, some helpful shortcuts courtesy of Mashable, Square’s major POS initiative, and Twitter’s Ads API, which […]

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Walla Hacked, Twitter Archives, Harlem Shake, Social Media Week New York: the Social 6 for 2/18/13

February 18, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Happy Washington’s Birthday, all! I’d try to make a President’s Weekend-related transition here, but honestly, I don’t have much to work with. That’s not to say there weren’t quite a few good links out there today, including some of Social Media Week New York’s top events (admittedly, I’m pushing the ones I’m involved with), how […]

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Poland Spring, Kickstarter, Tim Cook, Graph Search: the Social 6 for 2/14/13

February 14, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Going Social, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Busy busy day, I tell you! All you kids weren’t too busy with Valentine’s Day, it seems like – you were clicking and tweeting up a storm based on everything that I shared out today. We had quite a few good stories, including Poland Spring’s activity (or lack thereof) regarding the Marco Rubio’s parched throat, […]

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Yahoo, Graph Search, Dating Apps, Getonic, & Bluefin Labs: the Social 6 for 2/13/13

February 14, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

February 13th saw a number of pretty interesting posts around the Interwebz, largely focused on Facebook. Let’s get to it, especially since I’m running late on this one. Here’s your Social 6: #6: Facebook’s Graph Search is great news — for Yahoo (TheStreet) #5: Happy Valentine’s Day: Top Dating Apps For iPhone, iPad And Android […]

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Wellness Apps, Fashion GPS, & Facebook Selling Tickets? The Social 6 for 2/11/13

February 11, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Going Social, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Happy Monday, everyone! Plenty of great articles abounded today, including a few late shares on my part, admittedly. Today we had Facebook’s new experimentation with selling tickets, Graph vs. Google, and how Fitbit and four other apps are improving employee health. Here’s your Social 6: #6: Just in time for NYFW, Fashion GPS Breaks Into The […]

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Fox News Gaffes, Basecamp, Rental Boyfriends, & Racial Bias in Google Ads? The Social 6, Weekend Recap

February 11, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Google, Jobs, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TwitterNo Comments

Hope you all enjoyed this past weekend! If you were off gallivanting, you may have missed some of the top stories I shared and subsequently, were re-shared/clicked on by my social audience. This weekend we had great news & views including Basecamp’s official iOS debut after years and years, some troubling data about Google ads, […]

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