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Half-Life of Content: Making the Best Morsels Last. W4/11 1pmET

April 8, 2018 by

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One of the biggest challenges managing content these days is keeping it around. Good ideas take many forms – whether a Tweet, an IG Post, a Pinterest Pin or a  Medium Story – but no sooner have we created (or stumbled onto) that next morsel of brilliance, it’s gone. We are victims of the endless […]

Building A Social Network: Value, by Design

July 6, 2016 by

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Most social networks are built without a design. We follow, we like, we get followed, and *POUF* we’re connected to lots and lots of people, some friends and quite a few strangers. Now what? What value can be gained? That of course is the main unsolved riddle of social media for most people. The initial […]

Social Overload: Are u out of Bandwidth?

June 21, 2011 by

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Maybe it’s just me, but keeping track of all that information flying around in TweetDeck and the blogosphere can be daunting. Sometimes it seems there’s just a few tweets too many. It’s like the 160-character idea that just won’t fit in the 140c text box. It can be downright overwhelming. Bandwidth is a technical concept […]