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Google, Facebook Drive Mobile Ad Market Growth: Report – Reuters

#mobile #consulting #socialmedia #search #tech


According to Alexei Oreskovic 2012, “Google Inc’s mobile ad revenue in the United States will be roughly $4 billion next year, while Facebook Inc’s nascent mobile advertising business will more than double, according to a new study by research firm eMarketer.” Click to Read More >


5 Ways Social Media Can Ruin Your Reputation | Entrepreneur

#social #media #calliste #entrepreneur


According to Lewis Howes 2012, “Social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ allow us to connect with the players in our market. But, when used improperly, social media can be a dangerous platform for entrepreneurs to ruin their reputations.

Here are five ways social media users can destroy their online rep, and tips for steering clear of these costly mistakes:”


Prep For Facebook’s Timeline Layout: 6 Must-Do Privacy Tweaks

facebooklogo1I don’t like Timeline sucks. According to Ian Paul, PC World, 2011 “Get ready for your Facebook past to come back with a vengeance; the social network is now rolling out its new profile layout, Timeline, to all users worldwide. Timeline is basically an online scrapbook that displays your Facebook activity in reverse chronological order going back to when you first joined the social network.

This means you and your Facebook friends will be able to peruse your social networking history with just a few clicks. Previously, there was no practical way to view your older activity on Facebook.

If Timeline’s debut has you wondering whether you can hide the embarrassing bits of your Facebook life before your new profile goes live, the good news is you can. But you’ll only have seven days to make any changes to your Timeline before it becomes your default profile.” Read more >


“@Facebook is worth $52billion, and that’s not a good thing” | @Reuters #socialmedia

According to #KevinKelleher 2010, “Another week, another surge in @Facebook’s putative valuation. Facebook is now worth $52.1 billion, according to, up from $50 billion two weeks ago when someone bought a large chunk of its shares on SecondMarket, an online exchange for privately held stocks.” Article Continued > #socialmedia #finance #investing #kevinkelleher #secondmarket #consulting @Facebook @Reuters @Callistecomm


@Google calls out @Facebook’s data hypocrisy, blocks #Gmail import | @Epicenter | @Wired

According to Ryan Singel 2010, “Facebook has long been a one-way valve. You put data in, so you can connect with friends, and then you can’t get it out and use it the way you would like to, even as the company is trying to corner the market on your identity. And Thursday night Google called out its rival on such data-portability hypocrisy: It banned the huge social network from allowing its users to connect their Gmail contacts to see who among them are also on Facebook to get the friending frenzy started.” Continued here > #socialmedia #datasharing #import #gmail #email #contacts @Epicenter @Wired @Google @Facebook @Jerrycallistejr