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The 3 main social networks are putting software developers out of business

81% of the world's social networking population is found on Facebook, Youtube and Twitter combined. The quest (or more likely pressure) by these social networks to turn netizens' content, provided freely on their sites, into money-making machines is turning them into ugly monsters. Implications...

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2011/2012 British Premier League to be remembered for many reasons

Many people would agree that the 2011/2012 British Premier League will not be remembered only for the fact that Manchester City won it after 44 years, but this season will also be remembered for how it ended. The Twitterverse captured the nail-biting moments best....

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Jessica Leandra dos Santos has become an example of how not to use social networks

I am certain that Jessica Leandra dos Santos could not imagine what was going to follow from her ill-considered tweet, posted on the 3rd of May, where she used the word "kaffir" in her rant about some Black man who apparently committed an act of...

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SA Music Awards 2012 yielded positive sentiment on social networks

The MTN South African Music Awards 2012 was a huge success all round, judging by associated social network mentions during live TV broadcast of Mzansi's biggest entertainment awards ceremony, on the night of April 30th....

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Top 5 African cities on Facebook

I found SocialBakers' ranking of Top 5 African Cities interesting. However, I also found that the ranking was not accurate, and support my argument with stats using the same tool (SocialBkers) and other reputable online sources. ...

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Can broadcasting companies lay a claim on Twitter followers of their personalities?

Is there a way to prove that an employee's Twitter profile is growing owing directly or indirectly to their employment, and thus entitling the employer to lay claim on the employee's followers when the two part ways? Available social analytics tools provide clues....

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