Twitter. People either love it, or they hate it. Those who hate it, tend to hate it vehemently. Those who love it, swear by it. You will find a few that fall somewhere in between. 468 more words
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Riffle looks like a useful tool for a getting a quick snapshot of a potential prospect's social footprint
In 2015 revealing you don’t have cable and a land line doesn’t convey the same message it did even as recently as five years ago. The majority of content viewed on cable can be found online, and the price to own and operate a mobile device has become more and more affordable slowly making the land line obsolete. 491 more words
I’m IN LOVE with TweetDeck. Like, serious infatuation. WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY TWITTER LIFE, TWEETDECK?
Just in case anyone else lurks here and is in the same “seeking a literary agent” boat, here is a list of hashtags to follow. 189 more words
The @NWASLibrary Twitter account. Joined 2010. Tweets 380 +. Followers 216. Following 153.
Observing the stop – start, and sometimes just stop output from health care library Twitter accounts, I know colleagues have also asked the question. 888 more words
The world of social media is constantly evolving, with new tools, tips and tactics available every day.
Throughout my career, I have had a number of positions where I’ve been responsible for managing (or providing assistance with) an organization’s social media presence. 342 more words