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Janos Haits

Welcome to Alpha by App.net - 3 views

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    "Alpha.app.net is an ad-free social network. It's your real-time feed, a home for meaningful conversation, where you control your data."
Janos Haits

Say hello to Heello - 4 views

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    We're currently building our first products, but in the meantime check us out on Twitter or our Blog
Janos Haits

Formulists - 3 views

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    Organize groups of people on Twitter into auto-updating lists.
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    Dynamic Twitter lists personalized for you and updated daily Formulists-generated lists continuously self-update and can be viewed or deleted from any twitter client!
Pamela Gleeson

Social Media Breakfast Founded by Bryan Person - 0 views

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    national site for social media breakfasts, includes all chapters
avivajazz  jazzaviva

How to Use Social Media to Land the Job of your Dreams - 0 views

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    As the recession looms on, more and more people are turning to social media and blogs to look for jobs. Jamie Varon (@jamievaron) has generated buzz in the Twitter community with her new website called Twitter Should Hire Me, where she blogs candidly about her attempts to get a job at Twitter. In this interview, she shares her tips on how to use social media to land the job of your dreams, even in a recession.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Facebook to Compete Directly with Twitter via Enhanced Status Updates and News Streams - 0 views

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    Facebook Pages are becoming a lot more like Twitter in terms of the ways marketers can use them to reach and engage people inside Facebook. Twitter has proven that the "status update subscription + news feed" conversation model works well for a variety of marketers - from large brands to self promoters like bloggers, consultants, and real estate agents.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Develop a Twitter Landing Page - 0 views

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    Develop a Twitter Landing Page
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    Bloggers, a Twitter landing page may be a better introduction to you than the front page of your blog. When folks click on a link under your Twitter picture, they're curious about YOU, and don't want to navigate a confusing blog page.
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