If you are an Internet professional or a social media addict, you’ve probably thought about what it might be like to come up with the next social media site that is as successful as Facebook. What if it had been you that started Facebook instead of Mark Zuckerberg? What if the media was covering your
Mark Zuckerberg is facing some of the sternest criticism he has ever faced in the press at the moment. Is it still from the Winklevoss twins after a share of the Facebook pie? Is it the Facebook hoards tired of yet another change to the free social media service they use on a daily basis?
Why is it that everyone loves to poke fun at Time’s 2010 Person of the Year, Mark Zuckerberg? I know he’s taken a lot of heat for the privacy issues on Facebook, but my opinion on that is a little different than a lot of people. I think that if we have something we don’t
There is a metric that most people don’t think about or know about when they are browsing social media sites. It’s a metric similar to the number of likes, retweets and repins you have gotten. As we all know, the metrics that a site displays are often a measurement of how popular the website is
When you are inspired by someone famous (like Steve Jobs, a human rights activist, a creative artist, a technology wizard, a mentor or anyone else who lights the spark within you), you might read about that person online, tweet about him or her, and you might even write a blog post from time to time