If you participate in more than one social network personally, you’ve probably felt overwhelmed. If you take care of more than one account, even on the same network, you might have been annoyed by toggling between accounts. For whatever reason, it seems like more and more people need to send and receive messages for more than one social account possibly on multiple networks.
There are tools out there to help you, but you’ll need to pick and choose your options carefully or you might just end up making a mortgage-sized payment every month for your social dashboard. Individuals and small businesses need more options.
Twitter is angry and they’re taking it out on developers. They’re instituting new API rate limits, the inability to add new users for certain applications, and exchanging nasty glances with others. What, exactly, Twitter is angry about is anyone’s guess. The new announcement from them provides the punishments, but they forgot to name the perpetrator.
I’ve been gearing up to write about how pointless Facebook’s sponsored stories are and how they’ll never work. Then I sat and thought about it. I better define “work” before I say sponsored stories “won’t work”.
If the question is whether or not they’ll be embraced by Facebook’s users, the answer is certainly NO.
If you know me, you know I’ve got my hands in a lot of different things. What I’ve not really had is a space for me to put some thoughts down on what I see going on in my own interest areas: Media, Social, Technology, Audio, etc. Now I’ve got one.