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Who Are You on Facebook? @zeeblysocialme Has the Answer!

My brother from another mother, Justice Mitchell, posted on his Facebook timeline something about him being a freak. Here’s that post, captured for all eternity (or until the interwebs go away, whichever comes first). It was a link to an interesting little app called Social Me, which analyzes your Facebook activity and spits out a really fun, […]

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The Duplicate Content Myth. Busted!

If you search Huffington Post for the phrase “This article originally appeared in”, you get over 11 thousand results. That’s 11 thousand pieces of duplicate content. Of course, this is one of million examples I could have listed. Every big site, from Forbes, to Mashable, to RWW, to you name it…sais they’re doing us a favor […]

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Top Secret Social Network No One Talks About

I’ve been suspecting it for a while, but only mentioned it in confidence. But now I know…top players in the blogosphere are keeping Triberr a secret. Hehe…get it? “Top” secret? Get it? oh, nevermind…moving on… :-p Of course, I’m biased, but I dare you…I double-dog dare you to find a platform that came out in the […]

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Apple Rejects Simon Sinek’s Teachings. Steve Jobs Turns In His Grave.

I was just sitting there, watching it in disbelief. The new Apple commercial, there was something odd about it. It created this odd psychic friction in my mind. Something was different about this one. But what was it? Apple’s noise canceling technology, “so when the world gets noisy, calls sound better,” the voiceover proclaims. Link […]

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Community Engagement & Content Strategy with @sendgrid’s Brandon West

I was in Denver, CO last week, and I happened upon the offices of SendGrid. Triberr uses SendGrid for its transactional emails, as do many other big platforms (Pinterest, FourSquare, etc.) Whenever you receive an email such as “you have a new follower on Pinterest”, or “you have a new friend request on FourSquare”, you’re […]

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Who Does What At Triberr?

Left to right: Dan Cristo, Dino Dogan, and Andres Hernandez I’ve been talking a lot about Triberr lately to people who’ve never heard of it. After they find out that it’s a boot-strapped operation with no outside funding, they always want to know who does what. So this is how I explain it to them. […]

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Top Internet Sites and How They Got To Be That Way #Video

Last week, Mark Burgess asked me to speak to his students at Rutgers University about content marketing trends and futures. An opportunity to shape young minds?! I’m in! I replied. 🙂 If you would like the read-version of this post, it’s here. WARNING: I’m in the business of changing minds, and you may not like […]

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Has Google Declared War on Facebook?

They’ve been eyeing each other across the way for years. Two 500lbs giant alpha-male gorillas with faeces in hand and ready to throw. Did Google finally strike the first blow? I was using Spreecast (a Google Hangouts competitor) few days ago, when I got an alert that Chrome is not fully compatible with all Spreecast functions. I found it […]

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