Archive for February 2009

Top 5 Books on Emotional Intelligence (EQ)

Emotional Intelligence is generating a lot of buzz as of late. Also known as EQ, it is a measure of how one manages oneself personally as well as interpersonally. Studies show there is no statistical correlation between IQ and EQ. In other words, there are people with high IQs with low, average and high EQs.…

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Your Facebook Nightmare

Facebook, MySpace and the many other social media “hangouts” are such great concepts. A forum in which to advertise yourself at no cost is beneficial for anyone. It would also appear – at first glance – that being able to link yourself to hundreds, even thousands, of friends and colleagues is beneficial. Think again. Facebook…

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Kudos to Denny’s for a Great Superbowl Promotion

If you ever wonder if people actually pay enough attention to Super Bowl ads to remember what they said a couple day later, Denny’s would say the answer is a big YES. In case you missed it, Denny’s ran an ad during the Super Bowl and said they’d be giving away Grand Slam Breakfasts on…

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Usage statistics from Facebook

Facebook has shared some amazing statistics regarding service usage. The data is very interesting. Statistics General Growth * More than 140 million active users * More than half of Facebook users are outside of college * The fastest growing demographic is those 25 years old and older User Engagement * Average user has 100 friends…

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Peering Into The Twitterverse With Hashtags

Today is the Superbowl. Most people already know this. What fun about this year is that Twitter users will be sounding off in real time, much as was seen during the US election. Twitter can be a little hard to follow because the timeline of messages is purely linear. Other microblogging sites have tried to…

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