Entries Tagged as 'social networking'

Pinterest: Image Sharing Site

April 20th, 2011 Comments Off

In the same vein as Polyvore, StumbleUpon and Tumblr—which allow you to grab content from the web, create inspiration boards, and ‘reblog’ others’ finds with a click—Pinterest is giving the art, fashion, and design communities a new way to gather the things they love around the web and house them in one place. Easy to […]

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Dunkin’ Donuts Site Redesign Inspired by Facebook Fan Feedback

April 12th, 2011 Comments Off

A brilliant redesign: clean, smart, simple, and founded on a strategy that uses social networks in a way that is actually valuable to the customer base. Accessibility with (and functionality for) mobile devices from the ground up. The view shifted, and thusly so will the interaction: from less of a national conglomerate, to specific, individual […]

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Creating Customized Facebook Fan Pages

April 8th, 2010 2 Comments

Since Shannon-Rose helped Johnstown furniture store Ruby & Quiri grow their Facebook fan base from 60 fans to over 1100, we’ve been keyed in on easy ways to make better Facebook fan pages. There are some out there that are doing this creatively: Having a Facebook account is like having a driver’s license these days—everyone […]

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Nathan Littauer Hospital Featured in Social Media Explorer Blog

March 4th, 2010 2 Comments

Our client, Nathan Littauer Hospital, was featured this week in the blog, Social Media Explorer. [Click here to read full article.] Nationally recognized as an authority on social media, PR, and communications, author Jason Falls recapped online press release delivery system, readMedia, a service that NLH uses to push out headlines and stories about the […]

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Making sense of Twitter: Klout.com

February 8th, 2010 1 Comment

Klout is an amazing tool that measures your influence across the social media universe. By linking with your Twitter account, it collects a range of data from your tweets, the content you post, and how people react to it and runs the data through 30 different variable to measure your actual influence. This is far […]

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