Category Archives : social networking


Using Twitter More Effectively for Business Growth

Many marketers simply do NOT get the results they expect when using twitter to get more traffic to their website or blog! The fact is in order to leverage the popularity of social sites for the purpose of increasing sales, your time and patience will be required! Online social communities are a great place to […]

Using Twitter More Effectively for Business Growth

Is Google+ Nearing the End?

Is Google+ Nearing The End?

Google+, the social network community started by the internet search engine giant to compete with both Twitter and Facebook has recently suffered a set-back! The chief developer and driving force behind this social network ‘start-up’ has recently resigned leaving the entire project in question. The fact is that many users have even come to resent […]


Using Social Media Efficiently When Blogging

Using social media can be very time consuming but it’s also a tremendous way to get more traffic to your blog!  More and more internet users are turning to online social sites to meet new people, share their content or simply stay informed and bloggers are no different! The fact is learning to effectively leverage […]

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Imagining the World Before the Internet Existed!

Imagining a world before the internet is NOT entirely inconceivable! There once was a time way back in history, as far back as the 8o’s, when your life online was simply a brainchild of programmers and dreamers! Imagine a life without online identity theft, little Justin Bieber. phishing, cyber attacks on both businesses and government […]


How Overusing Online Social Networks Prohibits Personal Development

The ever growing popularity of online social networks results from the ease, convenience and fun of ‘connecting’ with others on the internet! On the other hand however does using social networking also contribute to restricting our much needed social skills development? The focus and stance of this writer proposes that spending too much time ‘socializing’ […]

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