Social Media articles published in June 2013
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June 27, 2013
How Burglars Are Using Social Media [infographic]
Robbers are using social media to steal from you.
Fixing Broken #SocialMedia Channels with Agile Leadership - Interview with Fanzy
Gamification is becoming a default feature for almost every consumer experience.
June 25, 2013
Content Marketing Just Got Easier with ContentGems' Hootsuite Integration
ContentGems and Hootsuite announce a single solution for aspiring content marketers, as well as content experts, to efficiently and powerfully do business.
June 23, 2013
Google Wants to Help You Share Your Stuff: Tech Blog Rumors
Search engine has created a tool for cataloging, listing, and even sharing one's personal belongings with others online.
Social Media Reaction to Jane Wicker Crash
Jane Wicker was a famed "wing walker" who died in a horrific crash this weekend.
June 22, 2013
Video on Instagram takes on Vine
Instagram announces Video functionality. What does this mean for Vine?
Social Science Tool RandomiseMe Launches
Ben Goldacre and Nesta launch a new tool to make it free and easy to set-up randomised control trials
June 21, 2013
How you can monetize your blogging efforts
You've picked a platform, chosen a theme (maybe even customized it a little), cranked out some content and even set up some social accounts — you have a blog. Now what?
June 20, 2013
Pass the Licorice - Brands Waste No Time with #InstagramVideo
In the world of confections, Red Vines predicts fifteen second videos of Instagram video will resonate with brands for more complex stories, or enable the brand to go deeper with a particular theme.
Social Media Reaction to Instagram Video Launch
Top Technorati Tech blogs share their thoughts on Instagram launching video functionality
June 19, 2013
Turkey Gobbling Political Unrest Through Social Media Reform
Turkish lawmakers are tirelessly planning reform which will whack Twitter and other forms of social media from lists of allowable websites which may hurt businesses there.
George Zimmerman Trial: It's Time to "Unlike" Jurors
Attorneys in George Zimmerman trial move to general voir dire and "unlike" potential jurors who may not support their side.
Buzzfeed Sued for $3.6 Million Over Photo Use
Buzzfeed is being sued for a ridiculous amount of money over a photo that they used without permission. Should they be forced to pay? And what precedent is being set?
June 17, 2013
30 Ways to Promote Your Blog Posts
Social Justice vs. Sex: Why Blogging About Jodi Arias is Still Golden
Imagine if social media makes race sexy enough for us to concentrate on the George Zimmerman trial.
June 15, 2013
Social Media: Why the George Zimmerman Jury Will Be Sequestered
Without access to social media, jurors will be able to concentrate on a fair verdict for George Zimmerman.
Social Movie Watching: Your Future Cinematic Experience Awaits
Those shunning cable TV and tired of paying inexorably high movie prices will benefit from social media movie watching.
June 13, 2013
The Most Interesting #IncrediblePursuits
Alcohol and Spirits Celebrate More Than Just Drinking
June 12, 2013
Jodi Arias: Does Entertainment Value Trump Tax Payer Expense?
The use of Arizona tax payer dollars in this case may come down to the wishes of the Alexander family who reside in California. The use of Arizona tax payer dollars in this case may come down to the wishes of the Alexander family who reside in California. Use of Arizona tax payer dollars may come down to the wishes of the Alexander family who reside in California.
June 11, 2013
Amidst Hate Speech Crackdown, Disabled Persons Still Loving Social Media
Hate speech and radical messages targeting the disabled has finally spurned Facebook to take action. We stress 'finally'.
June 10, 2013
Have Panda and Penguin of Google Replaced SEO With a New Type of Savvy Marketing?
The truth and Irony is, if SEO will eventually die, it will not be because of these poor creatures who take the blame but on account of Google's own measures to personalize search for each of us.
June 9, 2013
Twitter Responds to VerizonGate with #NSACalledToTellMe Humor
After revelation that Verizon shared phone, text data with the NSA, Twitter responded in their own special way.
Why Are These Attorneys Tweeting About the George Zimmerman Trial?
Tweeting does not forward the fact finding mission required to conduct a fair trial for George Zimmerman.
June 8, 2013
Social Media Powered Electric Car Taking Kid Creators to Washington, D.C.
Tweets and Clicks Fuel an Electric Car Students Built, Sending Them to Washington, D.C.
Social Media: When to Keep Your F@#%ing Mouth Shut
The incriminating nature of personal information people brag about on social media is astonishing. What are they thinking?
June 7, 2013
George Zimmerman Trial: Is Social Media the Predominant Aggressor?
It will be unfortunate if tweets, hashtags, and indiscriminate blogging writes the story of the trial before it even starts.
Teckler Launches Global Platform for Content Creators
Teckler officially beta launches it's platform for content creators in 13 languages and 164 countries.
The Impact of Social Media Contests on Brands
Social media contests can provide an easy way for brands to interact with their followers and engage them on multiple networks, but they can also be dangerous.
June 6, 2013
Is Honey the Future of Enterprise Social Networking?
Honey aim to capture the enterprise social network market with a fresh approach to social business
George Zimmerman Trial: Is This a Good Time to Hold the Race Card?
George Zimmerman Trial: Both lawyers need to play more poker and less media. The race card is no one's trump.
June 5, 2013
Gamification Market to be Worth $5.5 Billion by 2018
A new report predicts that the gamification market will be worth over $5bn by 2018
June 4, 2013
Zynga Lays off 18% of Staff
Zynga announce huge job cuts as they resize their business
PayMobile Announces Ways to Build Brand Loyalty Through Social Media
Businesses can now reward their customers who have the most social media influence with recognition and rewards.
June 3, 2013
Trayvon Martin: Who is on Trial Here?
Rules of evidence prevent questionable character traits of the victim and the defendant from being introduced at trial.
Facebook, Others Flacid In Support Of Anti-Kiddie Porn Group
Lover of Child Molester said "I'd like to shag him senseless" on Facebook