AllFacebook InsideFacebook InsideMobileApps InsideSocialGames SocialTimes LostRemote TVNewser TVSpy AgencySpy PRNewser MediaJobsDaily UnBeige

Posts Tagged ‘Reviews’

Back Up Your Online Life Using SocialSafe, A Personalized Digital Library

With the recent ramp-up of high-profile hacks – Mat Honan of Wired, Burger King, Jeep – backing up your online life is more imperative than ever.

There are many valid routes to take in choosing what system to use to back up your digital data.

You could export data piecemeal from each service – download your Twitter archive, your Facebook data, use VaultPress for your blog. You could use a service like Backupify, which provides automated cloud backups of your Facebook, Twitter, Google apps and Flickr account.

Or you could check out SocialSafe, a newly revamped digital library service.

Read more

Mediabistro Course

Web Analytics

Web AnalyticsStarting July 30, master Google Analytics to build traffic and increase sales for your brand! In this course, you'll learn how to use metrics to develop a digital strategy for your business, determine what to look for in analytics reports, use your findings to improve your online initiatives and more. Register now!

Twitter Implications Of The New MySpace

The reborn MySpace, backed by pop culture guru Justin Timberlake, is officially accepting users.

Early opinions of the reinvented platform range from admiring to awestruck to underwhelmed.

Read more

Twitter Spoils The Hobbit Movie Review Embargo

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the first in Peter Jackson’s brand new Hobbit trilogy that’s a prequel to the extremely popular Lord of the Rings series, premiered in New Zealand yesterday night.

The movie stars fan favorites Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage, Cate Blanchett, Christopher Lee, Elijah Wood and Orlando Bloom.

And people are pumped about it.

Read more

Google Adds Twitter Functionality to Google Maps for Android

Google is embracing Twitter for its Google Places reviews made via the Android Maps app. Now, whenever someone reviews a restaurant, retail store or cafe from Google Places, they can share their review directly with their Twitter followers.
Read more

Anonymous Twitter Account Named Music Critic of the Year

Who said that you couldn’t really communicate in 140-characters or less? Well, Village Voice would disagree, as they have just crowned the music critic of the year: an anonymous Twitter account that critiques an artist’s entire discography in a single tweet.
Read more