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The unwritten rules of Social Media

The unwritten rules of Social Media

For anyone with an Internet connection, it’s common knowledge there are unwritten rules when surfing the World Wide Web. Before the age of social networking, these rules were plain and simple, and widely followed. We unanimously scrolled past the 24 pages of terms and conditions before agreeing to download software. Internet history was deleted just […]

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SocialShout! – Rewards from Social Networking

on November 25, 2011 | Social Networking | Comments (0)
SocialShout! - Rewards from Social Networking

How much time and effort have you put into building your social network and general social media presence? You know, searching and inviting all your friends to join you ; inundating them with endless (and often mindless) updates on what you’re doing, where you’re doing it and who you’re doing it to ; uploading pictures […]

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Emo Social Network Launched

on November 22, 2011 | Social Networking | Comments (2)
Emo Social Network Launched

A new social network has been created where uses don’t have to use the real names, can discuss ‘sensitive’ topcis and generally geared towards an  alternative audience. Ok, it may not be specifically designed for the ‘emo crowd’ but it seems nice to have a blog post with this title, maybe lots of people are […]

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Google’s Sergey Brin and Vic Gundotra at Web 2.0 Summit

on October 21, 2011 | Google | Comments (0)
Google's Sergey Brin and Vic Gundotra at Web 2.0 Summit

A very interesting aspect of the Web 2.0 Summit has been the discussion between host Tim O’Reilly with Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin and VP of Engineering Vic Gundotra. They go on to discuss Google Plus, social networking in general, Facebook and what the future holds for Google products and services. One of the funny aspects […]

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Facebook CTO Brett Taylor at Web 2.0 Summit

on October 21, 2011 | Facebook | Comments (0)
Facebook CTO Brett Taylor at Web 2.0 Summit

It’s a shame that Mark Zuckerberg couldn’t go along to the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco but one of his technology leaders, Chief Technology Officer at Facebook, Brett Taylor has sat down with Tim O’Reilly to discuss Facebook, Social networking and Google Plus. You may not be aware but Brett Taylor is the founder […]

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Google Plus now open to Public

on September 21, 2011 | Google Plus | Comments (1)
Google Plus now open to Public

Google Plus has now opened their site to the public – allowing anyone to register an account on Google’s Social Networking website. As to what other features may be coming – it is very much speculation. Will there be deeper integration with existing Google products? – Will we get business pages? – More Games? – […]

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ACCC, Small Business, Social Media

on September 15, 2011 | Australia Government | Comments (0)
ACCC, Small Business, Social Media

New chairman of The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Rod Sims has admitted the organisation has not always engaged the best it could with small and medium sized businesses. Mr Sims has said the ACCC is looking to increase it’s use on Social Media platforms to connect better with the SME market. This is a […]

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Book Give-away on SocialMediaNews.com.au

on September 14, 2011 | Marketing | Comments (2)
Book Give-away on SocialMediaNews.com.au

If you are a Social Media marketer, or just interesting in promoting your own business through social networking sites – then we have a great book give-away for you today. We have 3 copies to give away, book titled: Learn Marking with Social Media in 7 days by Linda Coles. I am reading this book […]

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A personal network of prying eyes

on August 15, 2011 | Facebook | Comments (1)
A personal network of prying eyes

Having the advantage of growing up with technological change and software updates faster than any other age group, Generation Y is at the frontier of social media. As a fellow Gen-Y, it comes as no shock that most of my interaction is based online, as all of my friends seemingly live online. Gossip no longer […]

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Social Networking and Ethics

Social Networking and Ethics

As a Journalism student who’s encouraged to pursue social networking sites on a regular basis for gathering information, I often wonder about the ethics of it. Of course we’re given a 12-week crash course in ethics and law as part of our curriculum, so we know not to use deception and other unsavory means to […]

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