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Posts Tagged ‘social networking’

Real Estate Industry Replacing Cold Calls With Tweets

As social media becomes increasingly important for businesses to reach consumers, digital networking is beginning to replace more time-honored communications tactics.

Real estate in particular is a field that thrives on connectivity – and where better to nurture connections than on Twitter and other social networks?

According to the Wall Street Journal, top commercial real estate firms are recognizing this necessity and starting to beef up activity on Twitter, LinkedIn and other platforms.

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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.

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Twitter vs Facebook: Which Social Network Users Are The Most Active? [STUDY]

Earlier today we reported on findings from the latest research from Pew Internet, which proposed that on average Twitter users were more highly educated than those on Facebook, but both fell short of the degree-waving members of business social network LinkedIn.

Pew’s analysis is packed full of findings, but there’s another tidbit that quickly caught my eye: how frequently people use the different social networks.

You’d think that fast-paced, real-time Twitter would rule this particular roost, as it’s oh-so-easy to dip in and out of the platform multiple times per day. But according to Pew, while Twitter is streets ahead of LinkedIn and MySpace, it’s Facebook users who are the most frequent users of their platform.

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