president barack obama announced today that a law taking effect immediately bans capital letters and punctuation marks twitter wins obama said adding in what some considered an ill advised pun i fought it as long as I could but theres no point any more
Given the Oxford English Dictionary spotlight on the term selfie—and the recent devastation of Typhoon Haiyan—it’s time to take more than our cameras into our own hands.
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Forget about that old-fashioned post from a few hours ago telling you about the Word Up! Facebook and Google+ pages. What was I thinking, listing the individual URLs? Today’s cool kids…
Keith Kmett, a user-experience enthusiast whom I met through the social-media magic of Google+, responded to my last post (What Brand RU) with this comment: “I would add that social media can also help your personal brand.” Keith’s note prompted me to add a new section to that post. Below is the new section in standalone form—with all-new images.
A hashtag—a # symbol plus a text string, like #ThisIsAHashtag—is a powerful symbol for getting your words seen. Even if you’ve never sent a tweet (a brief message on Twitter) in your life and think you never will, you ought to know what hashtags can do. If you tweet without hashtags, you limit your visibility. Add a hashtag to any tweet, and you instantly reach many more people.