Twitter May Launch Photo Service

By: Andy Garner

May 31 - Just days after it was “officially” announced that Twitter had purchased TweetDeck, rumors are swirling that the company is taking aim at another third party application. Twitter’s plans to launch a photo sharing service may be announced at thi...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Online Wars Wage On

    May 31 - Battles among new media companies have heated up in the past few weeks. A public relations firm was hired by Facebook officials to do a smear campaign on Google, according to published reports. And Yahoo, Facebook and Twitter have all revealed new pr...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Google Boost Review: Is it Worth It?

    May 27 - Google officially introduced Google Boost, its “simplified” AdWords program in March after beta testing it in several cities last fall. Boost is Google’s way to give small businesses an easier way to reach customers in their own backyard. It he...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Has Twitter Cursed American Idol Hopefuls?

    May 26 - According to an article on Mashable.com, Scotty McCreery could have predicted his American Idol win if he had just done some research on Twitter. During Season 12 of the singing competition, the contestant with the most tweets has been the one to go ...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Yahoo Goes Social in Email Overhaul

    May 26 - Since Yahoo has been testing its new email interface since last fall, some users may have seen the changes introduced on Thursday. If you are a Yahoo email user, here’s what you can expect, based on information from the company: Faster service....

  • By: Adam Heitzman

    Can a Website Be Penalized for Being on a Shared Hosted Server?

    May 25 - Apparently so! As we have mentioned before, “the SEO value of your website can be impacted by where it is hosted. Most of the time is as a result of things out of your control. Most people don’t use a dedicated server, so with cheaper shared serv...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Connect Your Business with Locals Online

    May 25 - Many businesses think that advertising in the newspaper is enough to get the word out about their business. Newspapers are still a viable advertising medium, especially in smaller communities, and should not be tossed out altogether. But statistics s...

  • By: K. Sloan

    Have big news? It’s likely on Facebook

    May 24 - A recent study was released about the influence of social media. The study from the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism looked at how news was shared online. While it was no surprise that Google was the top referrer to news sit...

  • By: K. Sloan

    The Possible Effects of Twitter’s Purchase of TweetDeck

    May 24 - The big technology news early Tuesday morning was the rumored acquisition of TweetDeck by Twitter for $40 million. For those of you who are not familiar with TweetDeck, it is a third party application that allows users to connect to all of their soci...

  • By: K. Sloan

    How to Get Emails through Spam Filters

    May 23 - Email marketing is an effective way to reach customers. You can measure its effectiveness by how many people open your email and how many act on your special offer. However, there is always the danger that your emails will not be read because they...