Social media

Social Media Fails, Facebook and Google+ Redesigns, SXSW: the Social 6 for 3/8/13

March 8, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Google, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Unsurprisingly, there was plenty of conversation today about Facebook and Google+, given yesterday’s announcements regarding both of those platforms. Besides those major stories, there were plenty of other gems today, including iOS making its way into cars, whether or not this SXSW will yield the next killer app, and some of 2013’s most epic social […]

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Chris Hadfield, LinkedIn Marketing, and Facebook Redesign: the Social 6 Weekend Edition

March 4, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, LinkedIn, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Happy Monday, everyone! Over the weekend (I’m including Friday) there was plenty of activity around the Internet, with a good deal of attention, unsurprisingly, on Facebook’s unveil of a new news feed this coming week. Besides news on the Facebook front, we also have how 20-somethings are being put to their limits in today’s workplace, […]

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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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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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Pinterest Redesign, Bizarre Apps, & Facebook Groups: the Social 6 for 1/29/13

January 30, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Pinterest, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Today’s news roundup is interesting because it’s pretty low on news per se, but rich on really useful tips to drive your business forward, from Facebook Groups to social media tools and apps both productive and bizarre. And then, of course, there’s Pinterest’s new redesign, which many of you weighed in on and thought might […]

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Foursquare Upgrades, TweetTV, & Alicia Keys: the Social 6 News Roundup

January 23, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Mobile, Social 6 Daily Recaps, StartupsNo Comments

A pretty busy day around the social web, with plenty of great examples of social media best practices from the likes of Likeable (pun intended), Alicia Keys, and Arlington Highlands’ Instagram campaign. Here’s your Social 6: #6: 3 Tips To Improve Your Social Media Content Strategy in 2013 (Likeable Media blog) #5: Social TV guide TweetTV launches HTML5 mobile […]

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Influencers, Storify, France’s Social Data Tax, & More: the Social 6 News Roundup for 1/22/13

January 22, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Google, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Starting today, we (and by we, I mean me) will be posting the Social 6 the same day news happens as opposed to the next morning. So today, January 22nd, we saw plenty of great news stories, including more on the Storify privacy loopholes, France’s ideas for taxing personal data collectors such as Google and […]

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foursquare Visualization, 3D Printed Buildings, and Social Media Education: the Social 6 for 1/22/13

January 22, 2013jeremygoldmanSocial 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

What constitutes a social media story? After all, this is the Social 6, where I collect my most shared, retweeted, and commented-upon links every day. Needless to say, I define it pretty broadly, with stories that touch upon social (and technology) even in a smaller way. Today we have whether or not social media should […]

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