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More Social Networks Opinion

  • Opinion: Facebook Tips: Change Profile Picture, Zoom Photos

    I've made no secret of my distaste for Facebook's interface, which is equal parts messy, confusing, and outright maddening. For example, suppose you want to change your profile photo. This is yet another of Facebook's ridiculously obscure settings that's actually hiding in plain sight. (Previous offender: location sharing.)

  • Opinion: CanvasPop Integrates With Facebook

    CanvasPop, which boasts that it can turn low-resolution images into quality canvas prints as large as two by six feet in size, announced this week that it's making it easier than ever for Facebook shutter buffs to use its online service.

  • Opinion: Pinterest Plans Profile Redesign, iPad App

    Pinterest, the popular pinboard site, will be getting redesigned profile pages and an iPad app in the near future, the company's cofounder and chief executive, Ben Silbermann, announced at SXSW.

  • Opinion: Seesmic Desktop Manages More Social Networks Than You Knew Existed

    If you're a social networker who's really, really social, you'll appreciate Seesmic Desktop 2. This social media manager offers support for more than 90 services, including everything from the basics like Facebook and Twitter to lesser-known offerings like Yammer and Stocktwits.

  • Opinion: Facebook's Timeline Embraced by Obama

    Facebook's Timeline feature is getting a plug from President Barack Obama.

  • Opinion: FaceTime Facelift Makes You Sexier in Video Chats

    Is your unsightly double chin keeping you from video chatting on your iPhone? Well, never fear! There's a…plastic surgery procedure for that, apparently.

  • Opinion: LinkedIn Adds 'Follow Company' Button

    LinkedIn is the latest social network to jump on the Twitter-like "following" bandwagon--on Monday, the business social network released a button that allows users to follow their favorite companies.

  • Opinion: Manage Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter With Sobees Desktop

    Folks who are unhappy with TweetDeck's decision to eliminate support for LinkedIn should take a look at Sobees Desktop. This slick-looking application offers an easy way to manage Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn accounts. Still in beta, this "social media manager" still has some kinks to work out, but shows plenty of potential.

  • Opinion: How Secure is My Facebook Information?

    Spiderowych found some private Facebook information online, and asked the Web Browsing and Email forum if the social network is safe.

  • Opinion: Dad Shoots Daughter's Laptop; YouTube Yawns

    Viral video circles were buzzing this morning about a YouTube posting by a North Carolina father who shot his 15-year-old daughter's laptop for mouthing off about her parents on Facebook.

  • Opinion: Flash Lives--Thanks To Facebook and Games

    Like a super-powered zombie, Flash just won't stay down. Even though it doesn't run on most mobile devices, Flash is still encountered everyday while browsing the web.

  • Opinion: Learn the Basics of Using Pinterest

    By now you've probably heard of Pinterest. If not, it's only a matter of time. In a mere two months or so, the social network has gone from little-known beta startup to hottest social network since Facebook.

  • Opinion: Prepare Your Business for Facebook Mobile Ads

    Facebook's IPO has revealed one of its greatest weaknesses: the need to monetize its increasingly mobile user base through advertising. Speculation has been rife about how Facebook plans to solve this problem, which future stockholders will want addressed.

  • Opinion: Beware of 'Remove Timeline' Facebook Scams

    As Facebook's Timeline feature rolls out to all users, some people are falling prey to scams that claim to be able to remove Timeline from profiles.

  • Opinion: Facebook's Timeline Movie Maker Turns Users' Lives into Film

    Facebook users can use Timeline, the site’s new profile layout, to turn their lives into a movie. Marketing Agency Definition 6 and Facebook have released Timeline Movie Maker, an app that automatically parses your Timeline profile to create about a 55-second movie from your memories stored in the social network.

  • Opinion: 4 Principles of Smart Social Campaigns for Business

    There's no shortage of talk about engagement in marketing circles, but really honestly engaging with people (not just customers, but any target audience) is a lot harder than most of us are willing to admit. It takes real work. It takes creativity. It takes a sincere desire to understand the people whose influence can elevate your brand. And, critically, it takes a commitment to create social content that resonates with the personalities you're trying to reach.

  • Opinion: Timeline Looms, But Few Users Like it, Survey Finds

    Every Facebook change prompts a backlash, and this time it’s about the impending arrival of Timeline for all users of the social network. More than half of Facebook users say in a survey that they are worried about the change, while a minority said they like the Timeline feature, or are resigned with the fact that they’ll grow to like it.

  • Opinion: Google Slammed for Tainting Search to Hype Google+ Social Networking

    Google's attempt to force its social network, Google+, upon search users is backfiring, as tech pundits and tech companies slam the search giant for neglecting its core mission.

  • Opinion: Google+ Opens Its Doors to Teens

    Google+ is perhaps a unique social network in that it didn't initially market itself to the younger crowd--in fact, until yesterday, Google+ was technically only open to users over the age of 18. (I say "technically" because, let's be serious, it's not like teens ever really follow the rules.)

  • Opinion: Twitter Prepares To Censor Tweets, Country by Country

    Twitter announced Thursday that it has technology in place to selectively block tweets in specific countries.

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