Hal Lublin on September 23rd, 2009

My journey linking twitter to Facebook.

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Bill Lublin on June 17th, 2009

Tweet Twitter: Our Window to Iran As Social Media Grows, the power of instant communication by “citizen journalists” grows as well. Its hard to reconcile the impact of this use of twitter as an uncensored window on world events with people asking “Why do I care what So and So had for breakfast?” I guess […]

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Bill Lublin on April 13th, 2009

Tweet Twitter in Real Life: The Follow Back, originally uploaded by HubSpot. When people follow me on twitter I usually try to find out who they are, determine why they are following me, and then decide if I want to follow them back. I use a few criteria to determine whether I will follow them […]

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Bill Lublin on January 18th, 2009

Tweet We’re always looking for things to help our clients and friends improve their understanding of Social Media and ways to use it to enhance their business. One of the toughest Social Media tools (though one of the most popular) is Twitter. In a post recently published by Chris Brogan as part of his Social […]

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Hal Lublin on January 5th, 2009

Tweet As we all move into 2009, making various and sundry resolutions aimed at improving the quality of our lives, I am reminded of a great quote I read in Peter Kim’s Blog that discussed Social Media predictions for 2009 from fourteen Web 2.0 Rock Stars: “Although it is now cheaper to launch an initiative […]

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Bill Lublin on December 11th, 2008

Tweet You Oughta Know Inbound Marketing If I didn’t already like Hubspot because of Twitter Grader ( an ego check for Twitter users) I would have to love them for this little video lamenting the dilemma of marketers who are caught between the paradigm of their companies and the desire of consumers to have permission […]

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