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Facebook makes some nice upgrades to their Pages

A while back, I covered the difference between Facebook profiles, pages and groups.  In a nutshell, “profiles” are for people, “pages” are for organizations, and…

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Twitter is like Coke Zero

I’m finding that a lot of new products and technologies seem to follow the same pattern: They first come out, and some leading edge businesses…

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Don’t be like a “University Website”

A few weeks back, the popular comic strip xkcd posted an image titled “University Website“.  It was simply a Venn diagram that showed the difference…

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Churches: Stop contemplating social media and just dive in.

Over the past year, I’ve worked with a variety of churches to help get their social media effort off the ground or help to fine-tune…

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Facebook profiles, pages and groups

Maybe I haven’t been paying attention, but lately I’ve been finding a lot of organizations that have set up their Facebook presence by simply creating a new…

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Unemployed? Some tips for job hunting online.

I have a number of friends who are unemployed, and I’m often sharing various suggestions with them.  I thought it’d be useful to them (and…

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Organize Your Digital Life 8 – Take advantage of the small breaks of time

This is the eighth in a series of posts in the Organize Your Digital Life series. I’m finding one of the keys to being productive…

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About the new Facebook privacy settings

I’m seeing a lot of confusion about the new Facebook privacy settings and I’m hoping this post will help clear things up. Here’s the short…

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Organize Your Digital Life 5 – Organize your photos

This is the fifth in a series of posts in the Organize Your Digital Life series. Out of the 10 parts of this series, keeping…

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10 days to organize your digital life

Over the past few years, I’ve tried a lot of different tools to help myself stay organized.  Some worked, and some didn’t, but each one…

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