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SoCon13 is Less Than Two Weeks Away!

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Join us for one of the Southeast’s premiere and longest running social media conference series. SoCon13 returns to Kennesaw State University on Saturday, Feb. 9 2012. Use promotional code ‘friend10′ to save 10 percent off the already low registration cost of just $69.

What a $5 Foot-Long Can Teach You About Social Media

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More than 100,000 people flooded to the Subway Facebook page earlier last week after a man (who appears to be from Australia) posted a picture of one of the fast food giant’s foot-long sandwiches next to a measuring tape. It was 11 inches, not 12. The post, which has since been deleted, included the caption…

Another Social Media Blunder Worth Learning From

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  As if you really need another lecture on the power of social media. There are a ton of social media blunder recaps, round-ups, and “bewares” around the web, but every once and a while it doesn’t hurt to have a timely reminder. Last week, a long-time AT&T customer took to the company’s Facebook page to share her…

Introducing SoCon13 – February 9, 2013

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  One of the Southeast’s premiere and longest-running social media conferences, the SoCon series returns to metro Atlanta for the seventh year, Feb. 9, 2013 at Kennesaw State University.

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We’re Hiring! Online Producer/Web Editor

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Online Producer/Web Editor The Center for Sustainable Journalism is looking for a highly-skilled, qualified employee to lead online production, web development and digital strategy for YouthToday.org and the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange (JJIE.org) – national publications covering various aspects of youth issues, policy and industry news. The successful applicant will be a self-starter with strong…

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Five Simple Ways to Optimize Your Twitter Profile to get More Followers

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I hate to admit it, but Twitter is saturated with bots, spammers and every single kind of business from here to Tokyo. With that said, I still love it. The people make it all worth it. Twitter has been great because it adds a value to my life I just can’t get from other services….