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This whole experience of losing an early term pregnancy (read: Acceptance) has had a profound affect on me (of course), my family and my friends.
While the experience sucked (there’s just no delightful way to say it) the conversations it …
Pardon me while I get on my Facebook etiquette soapbox for a minute.
I don’t know if you’ve had this happen, but recently an acquaintance, ACQAINTANCE, from high school, which for me was 20 years ago, posted a sales pitch …
You may not know this but I <3 infographics hard. You’ll be seeing a lot more of them in the future because I just can’t help myself but to share them as soon as I find them. This one fascinates me. Specifically, the average age of a Facebook user!
By the way, infographics are just a graphic or visual representation of data.
“We are definitely at a point where the supply of things to do online is at a dramatic overcapacity relative to what we can actually do in our lives as human beings. When you have technology that has an infinite supply of possibility and you have finite time, at a certain point, people shut down.”
So how close are you to social media fatigue?
Apparently, the term was first coined in ’99, but really started to gain traction in ’05 and is becoming quite common now (again… late to the party).
Basically, it’s not a specific program or application or piece of software. It’s a broad generalization about the state of the web today, which means what? INTERACTION!
Where Web 1.0 was Netscape, Web 2.0 is Google.
By Holly Shacklett
Everything my child touches is gold…
If you are an entrepreneur, a small business owner, or a community activist the idea of putting your brand or message out there in the social media world can be scary. You might worry that you will say something wrong; or that you are behind the technology; or that getting out there will backfire; or maybe that your competition is better at using social media than you are.
Between Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and a slew of lesser social networks the idea of getting in there and really getting to know people can seem impossibly overwhelming. It’s not.