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October 2012


by gregg & 4 others
The social media hub for hashtags

September 2012


by gregg
Our social networks are noisy, and only getting worse -- it’s a constant leakage of great content. Undrip stops that leaky faucet. We make it easy to discover the best of what your friends are sharing from around the web.

August 2012

July 2012

5 Essential Spreadsheets for Social Media Analytics

by Teulliac & 1 other
That’s why many social media marketers and power users are in constant search of free, efficient alternatives. Here, we’ll share a few ready-made spreadsheets you can copy (navigate File + Make a copy) and use for social media analytics. They are free, highly customizable and extremely easy to use. Most of the scripts that run the spreadsheets are “public,” meaning you can access them from the Tools + Script Gallery menu (this also means they were reviewed and approved by Google Spreadsheets team)

June 2012

by gregg
Get the Daily Briefing Your top stories from Facebook and Twitter delivered to your inbox

May 2012

April 2012

CSS3 Social Sign-in Buttons

by sbrothier & 2 others
To create the default sign-in button, add a class of btn-auth and btn-[service] (where [service] is one of the supported social sign-in services) to any appropriate element (most likely an anchor).

March 2012

Un nouvel outil de curation pour les réseaux sociaux

by lang
Découvrez une nouvelle façon efficace de sélectionner plus vite l'info des médias sociaux de manière à faire ressortir l'information pertinente

February 2012

January 2012

by gregg & 2 others
Clean Your Apps Permissions Try guessing how many apps have permissions to access your private information... Now click the icons and get ready for a surprise!

December 2011

October 2011

September 2011

Oliver Reichenstein - Google+ - Beyond my Social Media Waterfalls After a couple of weeks…

by oseres (via)
After a couple of weeks using Google+, Twitter and facebook at the same time, I start feeling that all three work pretty well next to each other, in parallel, or more precisely, in waterfalls: I connected my Google+ account to Twitter, my Twitter account to facebook. Like this: Google+ --> Twitter --> facebook Whatever I post on Google+ will be posted on Twitter and facebook, whatever I post on Twitter will be posted on facebook, but not the other way around. The rationale is: