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The New York Times recently discussed a study published by researchers at Cornell University who analyzed posts by more than 2 million Twitter users in 84 countries and found that there seem to be biological mood rhythms common to people across the entire globe. It makes sense that there are biological rhythms common to all [...]
We have arrived with a new presidential elect after Tuesdays election. Barak Obama will be the upcoming president in January! This resulted from extensive campaigning both online and offline. We cannot forget the online marketing, which help raise awareness and win the presidential campaign for Barak Obama. Tons of publicity has been cycled through the [...]
With more than 100 million of followers, Facebook is easily one of the most bankable social media platforms for businesses to blow trumpet of their brand. Luckily for these businesses, Facebook offers a reliable way to analyze their marketing activities on this vibrant social media platform which they call “Facebook Insights.” Facebook Insights is a [...]
Through the vast advancement of technology, interactive media is becoming a world wide trend of promoting various products as well as extending ourselves to the online social network. Social networking is one of the most popular ways of gaining new friends, interacting with others and expressing oneself. Twitter is one of the many social networking [...]
There will always be some people in any system that will try to game that system and ruin it for everybody else, half the time without really gaining anything for themselves in the long run, though some companies can profit in the short term. But in the end, it will always fall apart and the [...]