Most recently, we noticed a survey showing that 96 percent of college undergraduates own smartphones, whereas only 82 percent of adults do. It’s no surprise that smartphone use has grown by more than 5000 percent in the last ten years […]
With so many ways to make your voice heard these days, I think some people are feeling like they’ve run out of things to say!
If you are really active on social media, you are probably posting on Twitter, Facebook and […]
Remember the good old days when all a blogger had to do was write a post and the world would come rushing to read it? No? Me either. Despite that, new bloggers always start out with the belief that their words will be so inspiring, so epic, that they'll be beating traffic back within a week and making piles of cash two weeks later.
It's official - Gabriella has left the building. She’s off to Italy for three weeks, and she’s left me in charge. Mwahahaha – the awesome power! *mad giggle* I’m excited, and I’ll tell you why. I get to test stuff while she’s gone!! Okay, so it’s only three weeks, and it won’t be able to be anything really crazy – I mean, I’m not going to put comments above posts or anything. Don’t be too surprised, though, if you see some changes. Today, it’s the Article Archive, tomorrow, the world (I feel like the mad scientist of websites)!
Editor’s note: Due to the large amount of spammers this post series has attracted, we are closing comments. However, we’ve pulled all the posts together into one! You can now see the entire list of fantastic Twitter applications in our free ebook download: 100+ Twitter Applications for Fun, Business and Social Sharing
While perusing my Twitter feed the other day, I came across a post with over 160 Twitter applications. It was written in Italian and posted by @CartoneWeb; you can see the Italian version here. Some of them you’ll need to sign up for; others can connect directly with your Twitter account.