AM Affiliate: Yahoo!’s Top Searches of 2010, New Net Neutrality, + More

– “Like-Retargeting” on Facebook can mean higher offline conversions–a critical measure of success during the holidays–for brands. [ClickBooth] – You own Wikipedia. [Seth Godin] – Stop apologizing for incorrectly delivered email drops by testing. [MediaPost] – The World Cup, BP, and Miley Cyrus are Yahoo!’s top searches of 2010. [Mashable]… Read more“AM Affiliate: Yahoo!’s Top Searches of 2010, New Net Neutrality, + More”

How Social Media Is Being Used to Sound Off On World Cup’s Worst Ref Ever

As we wrote earlier, Twitter called foul on the referee who canceled the goal that would’ve given USA a victory over Slovenia earlier today. “Worst Ref Ever” is already trending on the microblogging service. But how else is this inexplicable call pinging the internet? [ viagra in canada pfizer |… Read more“How Social Media Is Being Used to Sound Off On World Cup’s Worst Ref Ever”

Why Pakistan Is Sparing Twitter In Its War On Social Media

There seems to be a curious lockdown on most social media brewing in Pakistan–and its one that casts Facebook in a positive light for a change. It’s curious because the Pakistani government isn’t shutting out all social media. While blocking Facebook, YouTube, Flickr, and Wikipedia, the nation is still allowing… Read more“Why Pakistan Is Sparing Twitter In Its War On Social Media”