Misleading Magpie Ads = Unfollow

Misleading Magpie Ads = Unfollow

A while back there was a minor uproar around the launch of Magpie, a Twitter-based service that offered to pay...

Six Lessons From The Ghost Twittering Saga

Six Lessons From The Ghost Twittering Saga

Last week, I wrote a post about an a-list blogger (Guy Kawasaki) who used ghost writers on his Twitter account....

Don’t Like What You See? Fix It

Don’t Like What You See? Fix It

Over the last little while I’ve seen numerous people complaining about how some social media tools are becoming “too mainstream”...

Governments Experimenting With Twitter

Governments Experimenting With Twitter

As Twitter experiences almost exponential growth (Nielsen estimates 1,382 per cent year-on-year growth from in website users alone), I’m seeing a...

Guy Kawasaki Discloses Ghost Writers, Defuses Issue

Guy Kawasaki Discloses Ghost Writers, Defuses Issue

I’ve written several posts on ethics and ghost blogging recently, so it’s hardly surprising that when I spotted a post suggesting...

MicroPlaza – Your Personal Micro-News Service

MicroPlaza – Your Personal Micro-News Service

Over the last couple of days, I’ve spent some timechecking out MicroPlaza, the latest in a long line of services that...

Retweets Welcome

Retweets Welcome

Mitch Joel says ““I’ll tweet that” is the ultimate insult.”  The gist of Mitch’s argument is that “tweeting” takes almost...

Who Are You Online?

Who Are You Online?

Who are you when you’re online? Are you yourself, or are you someone else? I had a conversation with my...

No to Auto DMs

No to Auto DMs

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve seen more and more discussion about “auto DMs” on Twitter. “Auto DMs” are...

Reality Check on Twitter

Reality Check on Twitter

Twitter is everywhere right now. It’s in the news; it’s all over the blogosphere; it’s the latest celebrity toy. I...

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