Tag Archives: social media

Facebook Turns 10: How It Evolved From The Dorm Room To The Boardroom

By Mike Stenger Facebook celebrates its 10th anniversary today, and got its start in 2004 in a Harvard dorm room by none other than CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Originally called “thefacebook,” the social network hit one million users by December 2004. In August 2005, “the” was dropped, and Facebook bought facebook.com for $200,000. Just four months later, users totaled six million. ...

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Facebook’s 10th Birthday Conversation With Other Social Media Networks | The Roosevelts

By Joe Cucci It’s a cycle that happens with every social network. They start off helpful but as soon as more people sign up, it becomes obvious that most folks have … Source: <a href=https://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.rsvlts.com/2014/02/04/facebooks-10th-birthday-conversation-with-other-social-media-networks/&ct=ga&cd=&cad=CAI&usg=AFQjCNGS7A1VGIoG0EUobVeJo9-Cqq2LNw class="colorbox" title="Facebook's 10th Birthday Conversation With Other Social Media Networks | The Roosevelts” >https://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.rsvlts.com/2014/02/04/facebooks-10th-birthday-conversation-with-other-social-media-networks/&ct=ga&cd=&cad=CAI&usg=AFQjCNGS7A1VGIoG0EUobVeJo9-Cqq2LNw     

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Data Delegated: How To Outsource Research Tasks

By Hilary Faverman Outsourcing Research Tasks Research is one of the most popular responsibilities to outsource to a Virtual Assistant. While you might know what topic you’d like researched, it may not be the best use of your time to get your hands dirty searching for the nitty gritty details. You just need those details, and you need them fast. ...

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Facebook: 10 years to redefine 10 words

By Ben Davis Facebook is 10. Every publisher on the internet is covering it because it’s important to all of us, even those that have drifted away from the platform recognise its astounding reach. At 1.2bn users (more than the global population of 1850) its audience dwarfs that of other social networks and its recent financial results bear that out ...

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5 Features That May Appear In The New iPhone

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By Catherine Merzlova We won’t know for sure what features Apple will implement in its new iPhones till the autumn presentation, however, we can try to make some predictions taking into account the patents that the company received in 2013. Surely, the fact that Apple registered this or that invention doesn’t automatically mean that it will be used in the ...

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How to get social media right? The Social Media Mindset and The Big “L”

By Minter Dial The answer to whether social media is good for business is not always yes. It depends largely on your social media mindset. Source: <a href=https://www.google.com/url?q=http://themyndset.com/2014/02/social-media-mindset/%3Futm_source%3Drss%26utm_medium%3Drss%26utm_campaign%3Dsocial-media-mindset&ct=ga&cd=&cad=CAI&usg=AFQjCNHdVGgoPppO6BoOdKiRHjgX9v8obg class="colorbox" title="How to get social media right? The Social Media Mindset and The Big “L”” >https://www.google.com/url?q=http://themyndset.com/2014/02/social-media-mindset/%3Futm_source%3Drss%26utm_medium%3Drss%26utm_campaign%3Dsocial-media-mindset&ct=ga&cd=&cad=CAI&usg=AFQjCNHdVGgoPppO6BoOdKiRHjgX9v8obg     

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The Satisfied Customer Paradox

By Steven Van Belleghem Satisfied customers lead to a successful business. This is a hypothesis that many of us take for granted. However, recent research has shown there’s more to it than that. The study indicates there is no correlation between satisfied customers and business results. Also, a negative correlation exists between satisfied customers and market share. The satisfied customer ...

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Happy 10th Anniversary, Facebook!

By Dave Thackeray Mark Zuckerberg turns 30 this year. 30. He has 1.23 billion volunteers helping him build the world’s biggest website. 30. I was barely out of nappies. He’s also toasting 10 years since his first date with Priscilla Chan. That’s his wife. He’s had a busy life. And to think it was less than 11 years ago when ...

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Top Strategies for an Economically Engineered Market

By John Whitefoot Back in December, Bernanke decided the U.S. economy was on solid footing and initiated the first round of quantitative easing cutbacks to begin in January. Instead of dumping $85.0 billion into the U.S. economy, the Fed added just $75.0 billion. Last Wednesday, in his final hurray as chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke initiated the second ...

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House of Fraser redesigns its site for touch screen devices

By Graham Charlton With more than half of its traffic coming from mobile, House of Fraser has today launched a redesigned version of its site with the emphasis on the user experience for touch screen devices. This marks a change in strategy for the company: designing for the mobile customer now comes before desktop or laptop. As part of this ...

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