|March 11, 2013|
|Facebook Users Are Starting To Share More Data|
|By Zach Walton|
| A common rebuttal to proponents of online privacy is to just not share personal information with services like Facebook, Twitter and the like. It’s a solid argument, but one that’s not practiced, even by those with privacy concerns.
||Today's Top Videos:|
|Here's Why Google Doesn't Turn Off Toolbar PageRank|
|Google's Matt Cutts is back online, he's been steadily putting out new Webmaster Help videos on a daily basis. It will be interesting to see how long this continues. [...]|
|Here's Eric Schmidt's Entire Cambridge Speech [Video]|
|Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt continues to make headlines. In fact, though he handed the CEO reins to Larry Page in 2011, he may still grab more headlines than page thanks to things like his imaginative speeches and a recent trip to North Korea. [...]|
|First Clip From jOBS Hits The Web [Video]|
|Entertainment Tonight has posted the first clip we've seen from the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic jOBS, starring Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad as Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The clip features the duo in a scene talking about Wozniak's operating system. [...]|
|Pinterest is Nipping at Twitter's Heels|
| Have you read the Pew Social Media Demographic report yet?
One of the interesting stats in this report is that 16% of Internet user in the United States are on Twitter, with Pinterest right behind at 15 percent. Yes, they are both a long way from the 67% for Facebook, but it seems that the race for second place is on. Instagram is not too far behind either.
Pinterest’s growth rate should be causing Twitter some sleepless nights – a survey conducted earlier in 2012 put Pinterest at 12 [...]
|Will Facebook Remain Relevant?||Facebook Announces Facebook Graph Search||20 Ways to Increase Your Facebook Page Visibility|
|With over a billion users, a place in the everyday life of over 60% of Internet users and a track record as one of the fastest growing companies in history, the title of this post may seem odd. But, like every white-hot phenomenon, Facebook must [...]|| In a private, non-publicized press conference held at Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California, Mark Zuckerberg announced the new Facebook Graph Search, a way to search for things you might like based off what your friends think.
In Facebook Graph Search, the idea is this: Facebook wants you to be able to search for [...]
|There has been quite a lot of discontent among Facebook marketers of late due to the apparent decline in news feed visibility. The more cynical among us believe this is Facebook’s way of coercing page admins to pay to promote their [...]|
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