Social Media

How To Clean Up Your Facebook Profile

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In an earlier post on cleaning up your Twitter account, we walked through the quick and easy steps to remove unwanted applications that have access to your account. With Facebook, similar actions apply. As with Twitter, several third-party applications may have a certain form of access to your account that you are unaware of. With…

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Analytics

Google Analytics Gets Social

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Google is stepping up their social game in more ways than just Google+, Google has announced that you will now be able to track social interaction with your website through Google Analytics.  This new feature will allow users to track the impact of tweets, likes, LinkedIn shares and of course, +1s. The social engagement reporting…

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Advertising

Overdrive Interactive Wins 15 NEDMA Awards including Best of Show!

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Last night, at the 2011 New England Direct Marketing Association (NEDMA) Awards for Creative Excellence Banquet, Overdrive Interactive won 15 awards highlighting success in Search Engine Optimization, Paid Search Management and Social Media Marketing, including the coveted ‘Best of Show’ Award. The event was at the Boston Museum of Science. The NEDMA Awards honor Creative Excellence…

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Social Media

The Google+ Social Network Is Here

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There’s a new social network in town, and although it may be a little too closely resembling Facebook and other social networks, I have put my apprehension aside to notice that there are a few highlights within the Google+ Project. This platform – with features like Circles, Stream, Sparks, Huddles, Instant Upload, and Hangouts –…

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Social Media

Twitter Expands as a Journalism Resource with Twitter for Newsrooms

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Twitter announced yesterday their introduction of Twitter for Newsrooms (#TfN) which is a tool meant to increase its reporting potential for journalists. The site guides users into four places: #Report, #Engage, #Publish, and #Extra, all which have resources within that make Twitter a better journalism instrument. The information Twitter presents through the #TfN site is nothing increasingly…

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