Hal Lublin on February 12th, 2010

Tweet OK, so yesterday I complained about a problem I have with spammy, hard-sell behavior on Facebook. I wound up receiving a few comments about people who also can’t stand Farmville, Yoville, MafiaWars, SuperPokes, Vampires, Zombies, Vampires v. Zombies, Mafia Zombies, SuperVampirePokers who live on Farms and so on. Since I’ve already discussed what the players of […]

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Hal Lublin on February 11th, 2010

Tweet …Don’t wipe your hands on my drapes. That’s not what they’re for, you know? I use ’em to keep the windows covered, or at the very least as decoration. If you’re like me, your home is your place, where you have your own rules. When you visit someone else’s house, you don’t conduct yourself […]

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Hal Lublin on January 15th, 2010

Tweet Have a great weekend everyone – go out on a date, hang out with friends, throw a party, do whatever you want. No judgement here, but before you run off to Facebook to upload the embarrassing pics you snapped last night, don’t think for one second that nobody is going to look at them. […]

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Hal Lublin on September 23rd, 2009

My journey linking twitter to Facebook.

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Bill Lublin on July 14th, 2009

Tweet Learn Social Media and get Perfect Abs in 97 Minutes! I just got an email with the subject line “How to get Social Networking and SEO Savvy in 90 Minutes”. The email was promoting, in a very old school, spammy kind of way, a webinar that promised that I would “..learn the ins and […]

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Hal Lublin on March 25th, 2009

Tweet As Twitter continues to surge in popularity and businesses look at its practical application, a debate has started over the use of Twitter Automation. Services like TweetLater and SocialToo allow you too autofollow everyone who follows you, automatically send dircet messages to every new follower, and even schedule “tweets” to be sent out at […]

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Bill Lublin on March 19th, 2009

Tweet imagining links, originally uploaded by Will Lion. One of the dangers of using social media as a marketing tool is the temptation to use “marketing speak” when you write.The author loses track of what the consumer wants to read and concentrates on what he or she wants to say. In a lot of blogs […]

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Bill Lublin on February 24th, 2009

Tweet in public, but not for public, originally uploaded by Will Lion. With the proliferation of social networking, life stream and micro-blogging sites, content has clearly become king. With such a large quantity of content the issue of quality and focus becomes even more important in helping writers to foster their on-line reputation. With that […]

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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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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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