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Send it to my email. That is the normal answer if we asked someone and telling him/her that we are going to send some information. That has been the standard nowadays. Most people don't go to post offices anymore when electronic mails is the fastest mode of relaying information.
Text Ca$h Network (T.C.N) is pre-launching on 11-11-11. Now is the time to get in.
HOW do our world leaders fare when it comes to online influence? Hayden Waugh delves into the Twittersphere and investigates the accounts of Barack Obama, Najib Razak, Julia Gillard and more.
Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?
These days, it’s not just the celebrities who have fake followers on Twitter, if the figures that show up on the online application Fake Follower Check are true.
In our comparison of eight political leaders from the US, Australia, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Japan, Singapore and Vietnam, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak topped the list for having the largest proportion of fake followers.
A recent check using Fake Follower Check showed a whopping 70 per cent of Prime Minister Najib’s 1.41 million followers were fake.
He was followed by Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at 55 per cent and 54 per cent respectively.
ust under half of US President Barack Obama’s 13.1 million followers were found to be fake, and for Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, 36 per cent of her 130,680 followers were fake.
10 Things You Should Never Tweet Twitter can be fun, informative and a little addictive. But there are some things that you shouldn't mention or discuss, even in 140 characters or less.
Twitter is wonderful tool for social networking; it's a fun way to show off your wit and it's also entertaining to keep tabs on your favorite celebrities. But then there is the darker side of Twitter, which nearly everyone got a glimpse into a few weeks back thanks to Anthony Weiner.
Social networking sites such as Facebook have reached every corner of the world. More and more people are becoming members of these sites and engaging themselves in social networking. Let us discuss if this is good or bad for all of us.
Nothing in this world can be completely safe and without any negative effects. Social networking is no exception.
In today’s web-dominated world, it is surprising to see how social networking sites have managed to change habits of people across the globe, who are not reluctant any more to share some words with complete strangers or develop new relationships in no time.
Let us now move to the topic of our blog to find an amicable solution.
There is nothing wrong with social networking sites as long as they do not intervene in personal and professional lives. But, this is not the case. In many countries of the world, they have reduced employees’ time on the work seat to a considerable level. Personal relationships have also taken a backseat such is the power of social networking today.
However, things are as perceived. Many people have gained all and lost nothing by using social networking. It is important to note that making use of social sites should not be habitual but purposeful. Things start going the wrong way when habits ride over the purpose.
If used in the right sense, social networking can reduce the gap between nations and their citizens to a considerable extent. Business owners can explore new markets, customers, and what not. Customers can get the feel of market and the best places to buy besides getting lucrative purchase deals. Economy can gain from these gains and this will also result in distribution of gains to all of us over a period of time.
The underlying point is – let the better sense prevail when you switch on the PC to visit a social networking site.