Twitter Tunes, LinkedIn News and the rest of This Week in Social Media
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Why spend hours scouring the web when all the info you need is right below? Here’s everything important from this week in everything social. Did I miss anything? Send me an email: Daniel.Asulin@BigFuel.com.

Owned Is Nailed. Paid Is Flying. Earned Is the Future. Whoever Fuses All 3…
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The relationship between owned, paid, and earned is multi-faceted – with aspects touching strategy, content, measurement and brand value. As alluded to in a recent tweet: From a technology perspective: OWNED is nailed. PAID has taken off. The future lies in EARNED. Whoever FUSES all three will be CROWNED. #in — Michoel Ogince (@Twabbi) May

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Why I #LoveNYC
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One of the many reasons why I personally #loveNYC is its passion for embracing technology, social media and digital progression overall.  Everything from sponsored hackathons to incubators for tech start-ups has flooded the city. New York City has quickly adopted the name Silicon Alley for these reasons. Social media has become a huge part of

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Social Media Week: Creating Music for the Social Web
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Social Media Week’s Creating Music for the Social Web panel, hosted by SoundCtrl, took place this morning at Hearst Magazines, the Art & Culture Content Hub for this week’s events. Pitchfork Media President Chris Kaskie kicked off the morning with a keynote speech, where he talked about Pitchfork’s role as a kind of music discovery

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Focusing on the Future: Steps to Stay Relevant
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Photo via New York Times It’s safe to say that all “knowledge-worker” professionals know that we must always be focusing and planning for the future. In finance (401k! long-term savings!) in health (get those annual checkups!) and other aspects of our lives. It always comes down to time- where can you make trade-offs? How can you

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Brands Should Consider Taking The Tumbl
9 years ago 0 0

Joining the league of other young social media geniuses in 2007, David Karp at only 22 years old launched Tumblr, a cross between Twitter, Facebook, Myspace and a blog. Tumblr defies the rules of more popular social media platforms and the result is an incredibly free, fun space to do more than you could ever

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