• Interesting Uses of Facebook’s Open Graph

    Interesting Uses of Facebook’s Open Graph

    Earlier this month, Facebook launched its Open Graph tools to allow app developers to more easily share user activity data across timelines and on their own sites for integration.  While controversial, as the usual privacy concerns were aired, the tools have been utilized in some interesting ways.  Here’s a few of them. Fab.com’s $10 monthly
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  • New Google Privacy Policy Generates Anger

    New Google Privacy Policy Generates Anger

    We have seen people getting angry at updates to the Facebook privacy policy in the past. Nevertheless, this same situation has now occurred with Google.

  • How Not to Run a Twitter Promotion

    How Not to Run a Twitter Promotion

    Promotional hashtag campaigns can work extremely well on Twitter. However, there have been examples in the past where Twitter users have taken them over for their own purposes.

  • Chevrolet Holding Play to Win With Interactive App During Super Bowl

    Chevrolet Holding Play to Win With Interactive App During Super Bowl

    Chevrolet has announced that during Super Bowl XLVI, they will be running a “Play to Win” game on their interactive Chevy App.  The app itself ties in with a special Chevrolet Twitter account and allows participants to interact live with other SBXLVI fans as well as participate in trivia and game-based polls to try to
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  • Real Names Required for Microblogging in China

    Real Names Required for Microblogging in China

    Microblogging online – on social media sites such as Twitter – is exceptionally popular across the world.

  • Dozens of New Apps Coming to Facebook

    Dozens of New Apps Coming to Facebook

    Most of us are aware that Facebook loves change. While some of its users may not be so keen, there are more changes coming very soon.