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2013: Year of the Community Manager

By Rindaanne Riccio

In previous years, we have seen some major slip ups in Social Media. It seems like we have seen it all before: a rude tweet sent out or a Facebook status not meant to be posted. No matter how bad the situation seems to be, we can all agree on one thing; careless community management needs to stop.

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All The Cool Kids Are Doing It! Are You?!

By Rindaanne Riccio

There used to be a time when people would get up, get ready for their day, go to work or school, come home, relax, catch their favorite shows and do it all over again the next day. We still do those things, but now, thanks to Social Media, we are tweeting, Facebooking, and checking in everywhere we go! The world as we know it today is viewed via a Facebook status or updated in 140 characters — or as kids call it these days, everyday life!

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Hurry Up and Get with the Glue!

By: Rindaanne Riccio

Everyone knows about Twitter and Facebook but one of my personal favorite social media networks is #GetGlue! For those who may not know much about it, GetGlue is a social media app for everything entertainment. Users can check into their favorite TV shows, movies, books, video games, music artists and even podcasts from their phones, iPads, or computer! After you’ve checked in a certain amount of times or are watching a huge event, you can earn stickers! They are both virtual and real and users have the option of getting their stickers sent to them- totally free!  You can join people in conversations about what you are watching and even share your thoughts on a movie you may have just seen.

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5 Olympians That Deserve the Gold in Social Media

By Rindaanne Riccio

Since last Friday it seems like all everyone can talk about are this year’s Olympic Games. If you are anything like me, you look forward to this almost as much as your birthday, except if your birthday was once every four years! Thanks to the wonderful development of social media and the ways we use it in our everyday life, the Olympics talk does not have to stop at what you see on TV! Continue reading