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Here at CalmLogic we spend a lot of time trying out different social networks, as you would expect, what with us running so many of them and all. But, because of this we are constantly discovering new ways to use … Continue reading →
YouTube. The biggest online video hosting website. There’s no need for me to go into details about what it is, because we all know. Even the most die hard technophobe is aware of the infamous ‘Charlie bit my finger’ clip. … Continue reading →
Inside the social media bubble, it seems like everyone knows how to use Twitter, Facebook and Google+. But the truth is, while most businesses and organizations realize they would benefit from having an online community, many don’t know how to … Continue reading →
The New Transparency: How Social Media is Creating a New Accountability in the World of Small Business
The Internet has given small businesses a bounty of tools to connect with both the world at large and the communities they serve. Social networks like Twitter and Facebook have changed the way companies connect with their consumers, allowing them … Continue reading →