Tag Archives: google search

Retweet After Me: Oct. 1, 2013

Hashtags Come to Google Search Results by Jennifer Slegg

The Google+ integration of hashtags is getting a nice updates with Google search. Google+ introduced hashtags on posts back in May, where users can click on the hashtags and get to other related posts on Google+ with the same hashtag. Google is now gone a step further by allowing those same hashtags to be used when searching in Google. Simply type in “#keyword” for the hashtags you want to search. [Read More]

Why You Were Added to Twitter Spam Lists by Kris Holt

Over the last few days, Twitter spammers have been urging users to find out Louis Tomlinson’s phone number, hear a leaked version of One Direction’s new album and get a free iPhone. What’s notable is that these spammers weren’t sending tweets or direct messages. Instead, they made use of Twitter’s list function, adding people to various lists and indirectly pointing thousands of users toward spam sites. [Read More]

The Community Manager Checklist by Jameson Brown

It is important to understand that online communities are reflective of real life communities. Thus the management should be treated with similar mindset and strategy. Below is a checklist that will help any community manager with the day to day management and positive growth of online, social communities. [Read More]

Create Instagram and Pinterest-ready photos from your desktop (for free) by Faves & Co.

You’re on a small budget and you love sharing photos on Instagram, Pinterest and, well, everywhere. Photoshop has a learning curve you’re not ready to tackle and hiring a designer is out. That’s okay, there are alternatives to high end photo-editing products that live on your browser, and, with a little practice, can give you some amazing results. [Read More]

Facebook Finally Lets You Edit Posts by Pete Pachal

If autocorrect has ever ruined your Facebook post, your prayers have been answered. Facebook introduced the ability to edit status updates starting Thursday. The latest update for the Android Facebook app adds the ability to “edit your posts and comments and tap to see all your changes.” However, the editing has not been enabled on any of the Android devices we experimented with. [Read More]