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Before Buying Into the Pinterest Hype, Follow this Flowchart

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Every day businesses are being encouraged by their social media guru to get involved with Pinterest. It’s a boom social site that is picking up steam faster than any other in recent memory and has a ton of potential as a platform for networking, but is it right for business? Many experts are saying yes, but unlike Facebook, Pinterest is definitely not for every business.

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Social Discovery: The Search for Personalized Recommendations

Is Social Discovery the next big thing in Social Media? This form of online exploration uses social media sites as touchpoints to learn about new products and services. Users tout their latest finds by sharing, pinning or tweeting the information to personalized networks of friends and followers. Sites such as Pinterest, Tagged and You Tube are becoming the “go to” place for finding personalized recommendations from like minded individuals.

So what are people discovery online and where are they finding it?  This infographic charts the rising players in the field of Social Discovery.

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Hacks to Get More Out of Google

Google in a Box

Are you a “Google Pro”? Do you use all of the shortcuts that Google often makes so hard to find but that really make an impact on how useful our searches can be? If not, you’re about to be.

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A Breakdown of the Biggest Social Media Sites

Facebook Privacy Concerns

If you’re reading this, chances are you got here from some social media site. The growing industry has changed the way that people communicate on a daily basis. It’s changed how we consume our news, share with friends, and go about our lives in general. The biggest social media sites in the world are larger than many countries and have an infrastructure similar in many ways to an odd form of government.

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Is Tech Support Racist? The Truth About Customer Service (infographic)

What in the world is going on with tech support? We asked that question and OmniTechSupport.com literally had the answers for us. They put together an infographic  that explores the issues surrounding the outsourcing of customer service. The colorful graphs and images are accompanied by hard data that may surprise you.

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5 Tools Every Successful WordPress Blogger Should Be Using

From mommy bloggers to corporate accounts, it seems everyone is using blogging as a way to get their message out. WordPress, one of the most popular platform options for bloggers, can be especially effective if it’s used to its full potential. Using separate applications for certain tasks is essential in order to stay productive and on top of the game.  With that in mind, we’ve gathered five tools essential to getting the most out of your WordPress blog.

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Enter The Digital Divide (Infographic)

Digital Divide

It’s no big secret that the Internet is changing the way we spend money, interact socially, conduct business, and portray our personalities to the world. What may be shocking is that this Internet revolution is actually leaving many individuals, companies, and entire countries behind due to socioeconomic divides. As we enter a political era that is anything but content, the growth of the Internet only further increases the disparity between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots.’ Continue reading Enter The Digital Divide (Infographic)

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Why You Should Probably Quit Twitter: A Flowchart

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If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Twitter over the past couple of years, it’s that people either love it or hate it. Few fall under the category of indifference when their friends or family pull out their smartphones and start typing out 140 characters or less.

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