Monthly Archive: July 2014

Jul 31

Facebook Pages Better than the Website? Fans Think So

fans prefer facebook pages

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. When talking to 1000 social media …

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Jul 24

What Do Small Businesses Do on Social Media?

social media small businesses

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. A new survey from email marketing …

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Jul 19

Poetry Saturday: Light Ray Divergence

I wrote many poems in my physics class during my junior year of high school. I have several poems about physical concepts, or inspired by my time sitting in that classroom. I should find that poem I wrote about how nice a day it was outside, only to find myself stuck indoors. I feel like …

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Jul 17

Honesty as a Competitive Advantage, Upcoming Necessity

Extreme Trust Honesty as a Competitive Advantage

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. Trust is an increasingly valuable commodity …

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Jul 12

Poetry Saturday: The Glass of Monkeysweep

This is a poem that I remember clearly! During P.E. class my sophomore year of high school, we were required to choose different sports to participate in during class. For part of a semester, one of the sports I chose was ultimate Frisbee. We learned the rules of the game, how to throw a Frisbee, …

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Jul 10

As of Today, 10 Percent of Social Media Reviews Will be Fake

fake social media reviews

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. According to a recent study by …

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Jul 05

Poetry Saturday: What Blue Doesn’t Tell You

I had hoped that I had something American or Patriotic that I could share during Independence Day weekend, but I couldn’t find anything that stuck out. So, I figured a poem about the color blue would be just fine. I do have a poem about the color red, but I didn’t want to share that …

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Jul 03

There is a Plan B for Birth Control and Health Care Plans

Every Thursday, I will republish my best articles from Technorati.com. Since Technorati redesigned its website and is under new managements, tens of thousands of articles that were previously published on the site are no longer available. I have been given explicit permission to republish my work on my own website. Last Friday, the White House announced …

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