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Easy Facebook Marketing Video Training Guide

Posted on the May 21st, 2010 under Social Media by


Easy Facebook Marketing Video Training Guide for any business.

It’s just a little over 3 years old, but only recently has it seen its status and fame growing constantly. The emblem of Web2.0 / Web 3.0 and the semantic web movement, Facebook is the internet social networking site that’s suddenly sizzling with activity – and naturally, the powers-that-be are beating down the door to get their share of the marketing dollars to be had.

The big three internet companies – Google, Yahoo! and big mama Microsoft – were alleged to have had an all-out bidding war to buy just a small stake of Facebook’s big success.

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Invaluable Business Tips from Social Media Director for Britney Spears

Posted on the February 26th, 2010 under Social Media by


Lauren Kozak, Social Media Director for Britney Spears, had shared her views in this YouTube clip about how corporations can make use of available social media to grow their brands and engage with customers in meaningful ways.

Lauren’s advice is the real thing – it not only comes from her current experience creating social media success for one of the biggest brands in the world, but also from her pre-Britney Spears work as a social media advisor to corporations when the medium was still in its infancy.

We hope you find Lauren’s insights helpful. Ambitious business owners shall find her advice very enlightening.

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Environment Twitters for Wild Life

Posted on the February 7th, 2010 under Book,Environment,Social Media by


Save Wild LifeHelp save our wild life!

It has been the history of life on this planet for some species to live, while others have died out. It happens to plants as well as to animals, because their habitats are altered by the presence of mankind. During the Pleistocene period, it is believed that around thirty per cent of the large mammals in Africa and seventy percent of North American mammals were killed by the hunters of that time. The latest estimates of damage: up to sixty-two species of mammals are gone, and at least fifty-three, perhaps ninety-four bird species have vanished.

Many factors contribute to wildlife extinction, but by far the most damage comes from mankind’s clearing of the habitats of species in order to grow crops. When plants used by animals as food becomes scarce, so go the animals. One such disaster was the Large Copper butterfly. Collectors were over zealous for specimens and caused the extinction of this butterfly in the 1840′s.

Social networking makes information at hand, and so Twitter.com, just to name a few active tweets for wild life enthusiastic to follow:

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Environment Tweeters for Water Crisis

Posted on the January 9th, 2010 under Book,Environment,Social Media by


Water Crisis Twitters With escalating population and high living standards, water scarcity is hitting the World. Though our planet is blessed with three-fourth water, the irony is, only a small amount can be used for drinking purpose. While some corners of the globe have sufficient ground water supplies, there are places marked by severe water crisis. One of the primary reasons that is often pinpointed as the culprit behind the water shortage is the sudden change in climatic condition.

Our forefathers knew it. Ancient civilization further brings home the point – water is an absolute necessity. With the population increasing at a break-neck speed, artificial farming became inevitable but sources of water supply remained limited. The consequences were therefore quite expected – over drafting of natural ground water led to water scarcity. Miles and miles of land, which were once covered with trees now lie barren – due to deforestation. It’s now our turn to pay the price – face severe water scarcity. Research conducted by non-profit humanitarian organizations like Global Water, highlighted non accessibility of safe drinking water to be the chief cause of hunger, poverty and disease throughout the world.

Without hesitations, let’s contribute to conserve our precious water resource. Become followers to the Twitters below and learn about how we can make a difference:

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Environment Twitters for Climate & Global Warming

Posted on the December 31st, 2009 under Book,Environment,Social Media by


Climate & Global Warming TwittersGlobal warming, controversial to say the very least. Scientists on both sides have mountains of evidence to suggest that humans are either having a devastating impact on the earth’s climate or it’s just the natural climate change like any number of other climate changes the earth has gone through in its history. Whichever side you support going green can be more than just taking responsibility for the now; it can be taking responsibility for our future.

We can make a difference now! With Twitter, all the Tweets could be delivered and received easily. To obtain ideas and tips to have a green environment for our future generations, simply be the followers of these Twitters below:

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