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First U.S. Rehab Center for Internet Addiction Opens Its Doors

To qualify for admittance to reSTART, you have to display symptoms of its nine guidelines for IAD. They are as follows: 1. Have a strong desire or impulse to use the internet. 2. Decreasing or stopping of the internet leads to withdrawal symptoms (e.g., general malaise, restlessness, irritability, lack of concentration, dyssomnia); and the above … Continue reading “First U.S. Rehab Center for Internet Addiction Opens Its Doors”

Facebook and Twitter Attacks Were Political, and Personal

Twitter, Facebook, Livejournal, YouTube, and Blogger came under a sustained, simultaneous DDoS attack yesterday, with Twitter going offline completely for a while, and Facebook running slowly and reporting strange error messages to users before its security staff managed to wrestle control back Read more about this attack at Technomix | Fast Company.

15 Tools to Help Manage Your Social Networking Profiles More Efficiently | Huddle.net’s Collaboration Blog

In order to keep up with your ever-growing Twitter following and growth of friends and business associates across all of your other Social networking sites, you must utilize some of the vast online social networking tools available at your disposal. Most social networking tools that are designed to streamline the organization and management of your … Continue reading “15 Tools to Help Manage Your Social Networking Profiles More Efficiently | Huddle.net’s Collaboration Blog”

The Psychology of Social Networking

As social networking evolves into a primary vehicle for establishing relationships, the medium’s impact on the world of business is unquestionably significant. Where will social networking take us in the future, and will it ultimately become one of the key differentiators for companies in terms of bottom line success? To answer this as well as … Continue reading “The Psychology of Social Networking”

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Five facts about hosting that you probably don’t know – but should

Every year, your business pays for hosting. Just another routine service charge, right? Wrong! You’re paying for a safe home patrolled by a security guard to protect your website, your brand and your corporate identity. Does your website live in a safe neighbourhood? Websites reside, not in cyberspace, but in a physical location, on a … Continue reading “Five facts about hosting that you probably don’t know – but should”

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5 Facts About Hosting That You Probably Don’t Know – But Should

Every year, your business pays for hosting. Just another routine service charge, right? Wrong! You’re paying for a safe home patrolled by a security guard to protect your website, your brand and your corporate identity. Does your website live in a safe neighbourhood? Websites reside, not in cyberspace, but in a physical location, on a … Continue reading “5 Facts About Hosting That You Probably Don’t Know – But Should”

The Psychology Of Social Networking

Andrew Ballenthin, Founder of The Community Marketing Blog, Speaker and President of Integrated Marketing Consultancy Sol Solutions wrote… 1.  The term social media is preventing many businesses from seeing what the true value of this communication evolution is about. Leave the words behind, think of it as “interactive communication”. 2.  From a marketing perspective this is one … Continue reading “The Psychology Of Social Networking”

Social Media vs. Social Networking: What’s the difference? – Networking Examiner

Do you know the difference between social media and social networking?  If not, you’ll find the article, Social Media vs. Social Networking: What’s the difference?  by Mark Stelzner for Networking Examiner quite an interesting read.  Mark says that Social Media are tools for sharing and discussing information.  Social Networking is the use of communities of interest to connect to … Continue reading “Social Media vs. Social Networking: What’s the difference? – Networking Examiner”