Retweet After Me: Week of Jan. 22, 2013

Here’s this week’s roundup of interesting and helpful articles from across the web.

Introducing Graph Search Beta by Facebook

Facebook’s mission is to make the world more open and connected. The main way we do this is by giving people the tools to map out their relationships with the people and things they care about. We call this map the graph. It’s big and constantly expanding with new people, content and connections. There are already more than a billion people, more than 240 billion photos and more than a trillion connections. [ Read More ]

Tina Fey On The ‘B’ Word That Plagues Social Media by Mike Stenger

Social media is full of businesses and individuals, personalities and yappers. Before the Golden Globes went down, Tina Fey, one of the hosts of the awards show, shared her take on Twitter in a video on the NBC YouTube account. [ Read More ]

12 Worst Social Media Mistakes of 2012 (And How to Avoid Them) by Laura Manning

2012 was truly a year of phenomenal social campaigns by many national companies. However, with the good came plenty of bad. Here are some of the year’s worst campaigns, and how you can avoid these gaffes in your own businesses’ online marketing. [ Read More ]

Social Media Sizing Cheat Sheet

This link was forwarded me by a friend, so I’m not entirely sure where it came from. But it is one of the most complete sizing cheat sheets I’ve come across! [ Read More ]

The Anatomy of a Social Media Command Center by Matthew Hayles

Organizations often cite fear that conversation will turn negative as the number one obstacle holding them back from engaging online. But in fact the percentage of social media users who are “all negative” is tiny: just 7% of the U.S. general population, according to Colloquy. The reality is that users who talk about bad brand experiences online are almost as likely (40%) to talk up a positive experience – if they have one. [ Read More ]

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