Is Facebook’s new Like Button really a Google killer. Will the Likes of social networking prove more desirable and powerful than Google’s search engine rankings based upon number of links?
Google’s recent attempt to crack the social networking market comes courtesy of an ill-conceived service titled Google Buzz. The idea is that that Buzz provides similar status updates, and shared links, and so on, right inside of your Google email account. Of course, it is
One of the greatest things about Facebook has always been that it is the same for everyone. You don’t have to be a “power user” like on Digg to get anything about of it, and you didn’t have to join 3 years ago to get
Recently, I joined Facebook. I’m obviously a late comer to that particular site, and frankly I really don’t care. There was a time when I would have been very interested, but I wasn’t in college then and, at the time, Facebook required you to be
Most of my success can be traced to resume building and certification. Stand out on a piece of paper and someone will hire you. Now, I’m running my own business, and no one cares about my resume. Instead I need to network. Online that means social networking. I’ve never been to interested in those kind of sites, but now I’m jumping in.