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Links 1 through 10 of 141 by Rax Lakhani tagged social

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First off, young people should learn not to write anything on Facebook or Twitter they wouldn't say to that person's face

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The internet was once considered a great equaliser, a platform that could bring strangers together, even across racial boundaries. But internet users of the same race have recently begun clustering on certain social media websites.

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Brands that run competitions on Facebook are on to a winner, with data collection and customer engagement being the prize assets that marketers are chasing.

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Here are five common errors that small businesses make when it comes to social media and how to avoid them.

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When it comes to "creativity", some investors and clients can suddenly believe that they're facing intuitive people with beautiful and crazy tactics, but that it's not "real" marketing. This is probably the consequence of a century of client/advertising agency relationship: on one side, you had the account executives, the serious guys, who sometimes invited the funny guys aka the creatives, to pitch ideas and better entertain the decision-makers.

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Habbo Hotel, an online game popular amongst teenagers, has been exposed as a forum ‘filled with pornographic chat’ by a TV investigation.

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The world map of social networks is updated every six months by Vincenzo Cosenza. The latest shows that Facebook is continuing its relentless growth and dominates much of the globe. The most obvious exceptions are Russia, China and Iran. The other big two remain Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Facebook is hitting the stock exchange with its IPO later this week - and the latest estimates increase its potential valuation, making it the biggest floatation ever. But how did the social network get so big - and can it possibly get any bigger?

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