Posts Tagged ‘LinkedIn’

Grooming, cyberbullying, child abuse and other problems of social networks

November 28, 2011 Leave a comment

A study by Monash University finds out that privacy is the most common argument against social networking sites. Privacy is a topic that teenagers do not take into account. They create a profile in a social network but they do not think where can finish all this information they add, adn it can be manipulated. Read more…

Identitate digital profesionala, benetan erabilgarria?

November 22, 2011 Leave a comment

Internet-en eskutik, beste gauza askoren moduan, profesionalen artean komunikatzeko modua aldatu egin da; horrenbestez, identitate digital profesionala edukitzea ia ezinbestekoa bihurtu da:

Ésta es una tendencia al alza, ya que el impacto de la reputación profesional en Internet tiene cada vez más influencia en los procesos de selección para un trabajo en España y en toda Europa” (Pedro Sánchez zuzendaria Espainia eta Portugalen)

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The New York Times on Social Networks

November 16, 2011 Leave a comment

 The New York Times‘s presence on the web is huge, almost reaching  4 million followers on Twitter by the middle of November, having more than 30 Twitter accounts and tweeting constantly to their millions of followers. Meanwhile their Facebook  account has been favourited by up to 2 million people. Their LinkedIn account is not so popular, and it focuses mainly on their businesses. Besides, they have many blog pages (more than 30 also) they keep on their own, apart from their own webpage, a Youtube channel, another official web page, an account on Foursquare and a not too well mantained MySpace account. Read more…


December 23, 2010 Leave a comment

Innobasque, the Basque Innovation Agency – Euskal Berrikuntzaren Agentzia is a private non-profit organization created with the aim of being the instrument of coordination and promotion for the Basque Science, Technology and Innovation. Therefore, it’s hardly surprising that this organization has an account in almost every social network apart from their own web page. Read more…

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