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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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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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Twitter and Vine Upgrades, Facebook Quitters, and the Gun Debate: the Social 6 for 2/6/13

February 7, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TwitterNo Comments

Over the last 24 hours, we had six great stories from six different publications, covering everything from the gun debate’s divisiveness on Twitter to an interview with Erik Lautier of Lacoste on the Going Social site, to stats about Facebook quitters to updates to Twitter and Vine. Here’s your Social 6: #6: Things Get Rough on […]

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Vine, Virtual Workers, & the About.me Spinoff: the Social 6 for 2/5/13

February 6, 2013jeremygoldmanSocial 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Today (2/5/13) wasn’t the busiest day around the social newsosphere (I realize that sounds awkward and no, I’m not taking it back). Yet, we still had some good reads to be found, including About.me’s move towards (re)independence, why you should care about Twitter’s acquisition of Bluefin, and the more creative uses of Vine thus far. Here’s […]

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Timehop, Graph Search, and Vine: the Social 6, Weekend Edition

January 28, 2013jeremygoldmanApps, Facebook, Instagram, Social 6 Daily Recaps, TwitterNo Comments

Over the last few days, the number of stories about Facebook’s Graph Search hasn’t abated that much, but the velocity at which I’ve seen new stories about Twitter’s new Vine app has been pretty tremendous. We’ve also got a story about Timehop’s timely (sorry, couldn’t help it) upgrades, a great analysis of Instagram’s top hashtags, […]

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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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