April 21, 2014

Ten Social Media Reads, Vol 4

Here at Watershed Studio we’re always scouring our RSS and Twitter feeds to see what’s going on in the world of technology and social media. Here’s Volume 4 in nice, easy to digest, posts. Enjoy.

If you have any social media reads that you’d like to suggest, please contact us or Tweet us @watershedstudio.

Ten Social Media Reads, Vol 3

Here at Watershed Studio we’re always scouring our RSS and Twitter feeds to see what’s going on in the world of technology and social media. Here’s Volume 3 in nice, easy to digest, posts. Enjoy.

  1. Facebook to Change How You Process Friend Requests by Jennifer Van Grove
  2. Foursquare Launching New Must-Have Button for Websites by Marshall Kirkpatrick
  3. Get rid of Those Annoying Farmville Requests with new Social Network About “What Matters to You” by Lauren Dugan
  4. How to gracefully promote yourself online by Andrea Bartz and Brenna Ehrlich, Special to CNN
  5. Is Twitter for Business Even Worth the Trouble by Jay Baer
  6. Six Reasons Why I’m Not On Facebook, By Wired UK’s Editor by David Rowan, Wired UK
  7. SocialSmack Gives You Props for Talking Smack About Brands by Ben Parr
  8. The Cross-Generation Workforce by Andy McLoughlin, Forbes
  9. The New Twitter Is an Attack on All Desktop Apps by Jennifer Van Grove
  10. To Schedule Tweets Or Not by Chris Brogan

If you have any social media reads that you’d like to suggest, please contact us or Tweet us @watershedstudio.

Ten Social Media Reads, Vol 2

Here at Watershed Studio we’re always scouring our RSS and Twitter feeds to see what’s going on in the world of technology and social media. Here’s volume 2 in nice, easy to digest, posts. Enjoy.

  1. AOL Launches SafeSocial…To Screen Your Kid’s Every Friend Posted (Katy Gathright – Social Times)
  2. 4 Ways to Make Content Go Viral in Social Media (Kyle Lacy)
  3. How Freelancers Might Use Social Media in the Future (Stephanie Marcus – Mashable)
  4. Make Shareability a Priority (Chris Brogan)
  5. Marketing Your Business through the Use of Podcasts (Gini Dietrich)
  6. 100 Ways to Measure Social Media (Pam Dyer)
  7. Social Media Parenting: Raising the Digital Generation (Matt Silverman – Mashable)
  8. 12 Ways to Market Your Event With Social Media (Rich Brooks – Social Media Examiner)
  9. Twitter And The Nine-Month Bounce (Erick Schonfeld – Tech Crunch)
  10. Winemakers shun social media grapevine (Leslie Gevirtz – Reuters)

If you have any social media reads that you’d like to suggest, please contact us or Tweet us @watershedstudio.