Readers of this blog will recall that false advertiser Keith Gill is held up by Sales 4 Life and Jamie Shanks as their “social proof” that that their methods work. 323 more words
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I remember registration time last semester. I saw this class and remember thinking to myself, “A class devoted to Social Media?! This should be easy!”. Growing up in a generations fully connected to electronics where people are on social media 24/7, I thought I knew it all. 420 more words
Between websites, blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, Google+, Instagram, TSU, LinkedIn, Reddit, Flickr, MeetUp, YouTube, Goodreads, Amazon pages, Klout, SnapChat, and the countless others I haven’t mentioned, authors using social media to promote our work can feel quite overwhelmed. 785 more words
About a week ago quite a few of my friends Klout scores plummeted.
They quickly began referring to this event as the #Kloutmassacre.
I am unsure why some people’s scores dropped precipitously, but @klout does adjust their algorithm from time to time. 217 more words