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Twitter Plans To Introduce A Timeline That Resembles Facebook’s News Feed by @mattsouthern

Twitter recently announced some changes that are coming soon to the network, with one in particular that’s already not sitting well with longtime Twitter users. Twitter’s timeline of real-time updates may instead by replaced by an algorithmically-controlled timeline that’s more akin to Facebook’s News Feed. There’s no question that all social networks need to evolve in order to stay relevant, but is this evolution or devolution? I’ll let you decide. Here’s a quote from Twitter’s announcement: “… we’re experimenting with better ways to give you what you come to Twitter for: a snapshot of what’s happening. We can use information […]

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Twitter Plans To Introduce A Timeline That Resembles Facebook’s News Feed by @mattsouthern

Twitter recently announced some changes that are coming soon to the network, with one in particular that’s already not sitting well with longtime Twitter users. Twitter’s timeline of real-time updates may instead by replaced by an algorithmically-controlled timeline that’s more akin to Facebook’s News Feed. There’s no question that all social networks need to evolve in order to stay relevant, but is this evolution or devolution? I’ll let you decide. Here’s a quote from Twitter’s announcement: “… we’re experimenting with better ways to give you what you come to Twitter for: a snapshot of what’s happening. We can use information […]

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Twitter Plans To Introduce A Timeline That Resembles Facebook’s News Feed by @mattsouthern

Twitter recently announced some changes that are coming soon to the network, with one in particular that’s already not sitting well with longtime Twitter users. Twitter’s timeline of real-time updates may instead by replaced by an algorithmically-controlled timeline that’s more akin to Facebook’s News Feed. There’s no question that all social networks need to evolve in order to stay relevant, but is this evolution or devolution? I’ll let you decide. Here’s a quote from Twitter’s announcement: “… we’re experimenting with better ways to give you what you come to Twitter for: a snapshot of what’s happening. We can use information […]

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Facebook Displays Unprecedented Transparency In Update To Privacy Polices by @mattsouthern

Facebook has been making strides to change the public’s perception towards how transparent and open they are about the data collected on its users, and what the company does with that data. Over the past year they have released new features that give users more control over how much of their information is public, and how much information third party services can gather about them. For a complete overview about these features and privacy settings, Facebook just released a new section on privacy basics which is full of interactive guides answering the most pressing questions about how to better control the […]

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Facebook Displays Unprecedented Transparency In Update To Privacy Polices by @mattsouthern

Facebook has been making strides to change the public’s perception towards how transparent and open they are about the data collected on its users, and what the company does with that data. Over the past year they have released new features that give users more control over how much of their information is public, and how much information third party services can gather about them. For a complete overview about these features and privacy settings, Facebook just released a new section on privacy basics which is full of interactive guides answering the most pressing questions about how to better control the […]

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Facebook Displays Unprecedented Transparency In Update To Privacy Polices by @mattsouthern

Facebook has been making strides to change the public’s perception towards how transparent and open they are about the data collected on its users, and what the company does with that data. Over the past year they have released new features that give users more control over how much of their information is public, and how much information third party services can gather about them. For a complete overview about these features and privacy settings, Facebook just released a new section on privacy basics which is full of interactive guides answering the most pressing questions about how to better control the […]

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Leveraging Your Personal Brand To Achieve Business Goals: An Interview With Alex Houg by @lorenbaker

At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas I had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Alex Houg of Portage about the importance of personal branding. This is a topic Alex is quite passionate about, as he believes what you do as an individual ultimately makes its way up to the company level. In the video below, Alex shares tips on how to build your personal brand in a way that will help you reach your business goals. Here are some key takeaways from the video: Anyone at any stage in their life can build a personal brand, Alex says. […]

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What They Don’t Tell You in School About Being an Entrepreneur by @LarryKim

Past generations might find today’s vision of the American dream unrecognizable. While the American dream was once composed of white picket fences and a comfortable home in the suburbs, today “making it” looks quite different. Many individuals would gladly sacrifice the 9-5 grind for a chance at becoming an entrepreneur, with the promise of becoming your own boss, developing a business of your own creation, and watching it grow and thrive. Starting WordStream and witnessing it develop from a startup into a truly successful company has been a wild and rewarding experience, but there are definitely some aspects about being […]

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How To Sell Your Website: An Interview With Mark Daoust by @johnrampton

At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas, I was able to sit down and talk to Mark Daoust, CEO and Founder of Quiet Light Brokerage, about selling an online business. Mark’s company helps businesses sell their websites online, so he has seen what works and what doesn’t. In the video below, I ask Mark to go over some of the common problems he sees people running into when trying to sell their website online. Here are some key takeaways from the video: The most common problem Mark sees is that people aren’t really prepared. When it comes to selling an online […]

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How to Creatively Use Positive Reviews to Your Advantage

Get more mileage from your reviews than just a simple testimonial.

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