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Twitter Analysis Tools You Might Like

My posts are flip-flopped this week with Facebook’s new Facebook Deals launching earlier this week so it is Twitter today.

Some of these are tools I’ve used and others are tools I’ve seen mentioned in my Twitter stream lately which piqued my interest.

TwentyFeet – Last week I saw a tweet sent out

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Your Social Media Preferences: All-in-one or to each their own?

With Twitter in talks about buying the highly popular TweetDeck (read the WSJ story here), a third party client used to post messages on Twitter as well as following other services including: Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Google Buzz, and Foursquare, I was wondering…what would happen in Twitter’s hands? Would TweetDeck become Twitter only? Do you use

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Twitter as Facebook?

Did you see Mashable’s report this morning? Twitter is considering giving brands pages like those on Facebook.

Twitter Considering Facebook-Style Pages for Brands [REPORT] Twitter might introduce pages for brands similar to those on Facebook, according to reports.

The initiative, which Marketing Magazine reports is being lead by Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and President of

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Groupon’s Marketing Flop: Super Bowl Commercials

(Or, alternately titled: Consider your audience)

One of my recent posts was about the rules of engagement on Twitter which I ended with the statement, “Your online reputation is at stake.”

Last night, an online company, Groupon, had some Super Bowl commercials which I felt were potentially detrimental to their reputation.  While many companies do

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Claim your “Place” on Google

Have you claimed your Place on Google? Your Google Places page that is.

If you haven’t, why not? It’s free!

Your Places page is the page that shows up with a map and hours and other information when a Google Maps search is performed on your business. (See the Six Degrees Web Design Google Place

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