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What Jesus can teach us about Social Media: Part one

The first part of TopLine’s interview with Jesus

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Mapping social influence

Michael Conroy, Senior Analyst at Tempero, talks us through mapping influence.

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An update on Foursquare

I had reason this afternoon to look back at the post about Foursquare that I wrote in February this year, and I thought now would be a good time to provide an update. From a personal perspective, I stopped using Foursquare altogether in around March, for the simple reason that I don’t know anyone else [...]

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Top Ten B2B Apps

Now that you know all about apps, I thought I would give you some examples of really good B2B apps to get you thinking on how your business could use apps as part of your social media strategy. Getty Images’ iPad app: this brings the company’s entire collection of 24 million images to design / [...]

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An intro to apps

An App (abbreviation of application), besides being the American Dialect Society’s Word of the Year 2010, is a piece of software that can run on one’s computer, one’s phone, the internet or another electronic device. How does one access an app? (as the Duke of Edinburgh would put it!) Via the web: as in web [...]

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Tibbr stats

The B2B Guide to Social Media’s comprehensive collection of statistics relating to tibbr

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Making Rypples

Rypple is a social performance management application, designed to make ‘great teams stay on track’. If offers an internal forum for saying thanks, making appointments, setting goals and giving feedback to team members – that’s good for business because it helps to create what the guys at Rypple like to call a ‘feedback culture’. Through [...]

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Tibbr explained

Tibbr is an enterprise social networking system, touted as the first social computing tool that allows employees, customers and partners to interact with each other as well as information and events generated by enterprise IT systems. I’ve tried to develop an overview of how Tibbr would work to help potential customers understand how and why [...]

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Gowalla

Guest post by Christine Lynskey Like Foursquare, Gowalla is a location-based mobile app that allows you to check in at spots using your mobile phone, and then add photos and comments about those places.   Foursquare awards badges and mayorships. When you check in on Gowalla, you receive a stamp for your passport, e.g. a [...]

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Quora

Quora is a collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organised by the network of people that use it. You can manually browse individual questions and answers, follow specific categories and questions, and, of course, post your own query. How does it work? Click on the link above to register. The homepage will then [...]

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