There's A Science To Attracting Engaged Followers On Social Media
There's A Science To Attracting Engaged Followers On Social Media
                                       

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Pinterest lets users send pins directly to friends, receive instant feedback

www.engadget.com
Despite being one of the hotter social networks, Pinterest hasn't been on the cutting edge of sharing: members wanting to send their pins through official channels have had to use old-fashioned email. The service is catching up to the modern era in style, however, with a new option to...
Pinterest lets users send pins directly to friends, receive instant feedback

Hands-on with BBM Channels: BlackBerry's trojan horse social platform

www.engadget.com
"It's more like Tumblr." That's how one BlackBerry rep described BBM Channels to us, the company's new social networking service announced this past week at BlackBerry Live in Orlando. While Channels, alone, may initially seem like nothing new -- it's an iteration of a social communication model we've seem...
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Blogger writes about predatory publishing, is threatened with $1B suit

arstechnica.com
Metadata librarian Jeffrey Beall runs the popular industry blog Scholarly Open Access. The site maintains a list of open-access journals and publishers that Beall believes engage in predatory practices. For journals and publishers these acts include things like spamming scholars or charging faulty fees for content. The site is known...
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Dos Equis Paid Comedian Michael Ian Black For A Tweet, Chaos Ensued

www.businessinsider.com
Earlier this week, comedian Michael Ian Black tweeted a dry message about a Dos Equis "Most Interesting Man in the World" app to his 1.9 million fans. When followers noted that this seemed like a paid message written by an unpaid intern, Black surprisingly confirmed that he made thousands for...
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Critic Of Chinese Censorship Censored: Microblog With 1.1 Million Followers Deleted

www.techdirt.com
It will hardly come as a surprise to anyone to learn that a popular writer and well-known critic of China's pervasive censorship system has run into trouble for his views. Fortunately, in this case that doesn't mean getting arrested, but nonetheless involves quite a dramatic slapdown: The online Sina...
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Chinese internet: 'a new censorship campaign has commenced'

www.guardian.co.uk
Murong Xuecun, who has had his accounts deleted, explains how bloggers compare being silenced on the Chinese internet to being put to deathOn 9 May, I posted the following message on Sina Weibo: "The account you have been managing for years can be deleted in a second. Then you try...
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Canadian Airline Files $4 Million Libel Suit Against 22 Striking Fuel Workers Over Twitter Account With ~200 Followers

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Labor disputes can certainly get nasty at times, but Porter Airlines out of Canada has filed a $4 million libel lawsuit against some striking fuel workers based on tweets they sent out, which the airline claims involved "false and misleading information about safety protocols and training practices" by the airline....
Canadian Airline Files $4 Million Libel Suit Against 22 Striking Fuel Workers Over Twitter Account With ~200 Followers
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