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  • Selfies Suck!

    Social media has represented one of the all-time greatest power grabs ever by the individual. We (The Crowd) control the message. But the selfie is the antithesis of that. It spits in the face of the power of the collective voice and turns everything into a world of ME, ME, ME.

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  • The Best Brand Mascot Twitter Bios

    There is a peculiar corporate species on Twitter, one that hovers somewhere between endearing and off-putting, corny and genuinely amusing. It can come in peanut shape or with bunny ears or as a dollop of chocolate. It is the company mascot with its own Twitter feed.

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  • Five Tactics to Take Charge of Your Online Reputation

    It’s a lot more expensive and difficult — sometimes impossible — to clean up a reputation after negative comments appear online than it is to be proactive. Here are five keys to taking control of your brand’s online reputation before it takes control of you.

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  • 4 Big Ideas on How to Manage Your Online Persona

    Through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other online sites, it’s not just friends and family that are able to track your highs and lows over the years. Current and potential professional power players also have access to your life story.

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  • Twitter Testing Major Profile Redesign That Looks a Lot Like Facebook

    Twitter is testing a major profile redesign that’s very reminiscent of Facebook and Google+, with the main picture and bio scaled to the left and significantly more real estate dedicated to the header photo. Additionally, a revamped tweet stream is also a departure from its signature look, moving away from a strictly vertical timeline to place greater focus on photos and content cards.

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  • Fashion Brands Embrace Social at #NYFW

    It used to be that New York Fashion Week was just for the fashion elite and insiders — magazine editors and reporters, stylists and buyers, celebs. But today, whether it’s fashion blogger Susie Bubble tweeting to her 218,000 followers during the Rodarte show or Lucky Magazine’s Eva Chen posting an Instagram video of the Vera Wang runway for her 133,000 followers, digital and social media have opened up the exclusive NYFW tents to the greater public.

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