SMMOC meets on Saturdays to discuss the latest in tech and social media. These are the notes from the whiteboard from their most recent meeting. You should try to make it tone of the events. I know it’s tough to get up and be there by 9am on Saturdays, but if you are involved in […]
Social Media, Social Networks and the Social Web
You'll find information and posts about social networking sites, social media, and social apps. I like to explore social networking pros and cons and the current state of what I call The Social Web.
Instagram remains one of my favorite apps and social networks. I mentioned before that Statigram could help you determine where your Instagram followers come from. So I went to check up on that feature and see if my followers had changed and that’s when I found about the new name for Statigram. Iconosquare is an […]
SMMOC (Social Media Mastermind OC) live. Topics and notes Swarm – some people say it’s “too difficult.” It just works. Install the app and get it to work like millions of other people or don’t. I like it. I like the separate functions from Foursquare and Swarm. Why use Swarm? – To check in and […]
Linkedin rolled out their endorsement feature sometime last year and I thought it would be a good thing. Let me tell you why it’s a bunch of crap. And you shouldn’t trust it. For me as a Linkedin user, the feature is annoying and frankly pretty useless. I get so annoyed by notifications of people […]
Love it or hate it, Facebook is an intricate part of our lives nowadays. At least for many of us. So I was glad to see this pop-up the other day when I logged into my account. At least it seems like they’re trying to keep our information safe. The paranoid in me tells me […]
Lots of people ask me how I make money from Twitter. The truth is that I don’t do anything differently than other Twitter users. I simply post stuff that is interesting to me and could be interesting to others. Pictures, videos, thoughts and comments about everyday life. I share useful content, interesting or entertaining. There’s […]