When thinking about Human Resources and social media, notions of walking on eggshells, being politically correct, and biting your tongue might come to mind. But HR professionals are actually heavily engaged on social media platforms, and you ought to be aware of what they’re talking about. Why? Odds are you’ll one day be looking for a new job one day, and having solid connections can keep you consistently employed....more

Twitter and Instagram Most Popular Social Media

Twitter and Instagram are two of the most popular websites for social interaction. Twitter is used to tweet, comment about you or on other’s events. Instagram is used to create photos. You create a profile and upload photos for your life events and much more. There was very less competition in the early days when there was no internet. But with the advent of the web, businesses started creating websites, and with the arrival of the social sites, businesses began creating profiles of their companies....more

I Wish My Social Media Feeds Were in Chronological Order

I'll admit it. I like things in chronological order. I would rather have a deluge of everything in chronological order than a curated gathering of items I want to read out of order. I'm okay with content wading. That's sort of the beauty of the Internet. You end up stumbling upon gems of information you didn't even know you wanted to see in the first place. (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram... are you listening?) ...more
stirrupqueen yes yes yes. I hate the out of order even more than the choosing what I see.more

5 Ways to Win with Twitter

Twitter is a great place to reach influencers in your industry and among your core audiences. Many posts explore intricacies of how to get the most from Twitter, but it’s important to never lose sight of the fundamentals of an effective presence....more

32 Million Twitter Pass for sale Add two-factor NOW

The Dark Web, according to LeakedSource, got ahold of 33 million Twitter account details and put them up for sale. Twitter thus locked the accounts for millions of users.Twitter, however, doesn’t believe its servers were directly attacked. So what happened? The bad guys may have created a composite of data from other breached sources. Or, they could have used malware to steal passwords off of devices....more