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Posts from the ‘Social Media’ Category

Police Enlist Twitter for Crime Beat

Twitter may be the second most popular social networking site, behind Facebook — for now anyway. Twitter is a way for one person, company, or organization to broadcast messages to an audience of followers. You may have Read more

Olympians Get Social Media Rules

The ascension of social media in everyday life is quite remarkable. When you think that Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Pinterest did not exist just a decade or so ago, you realize just how quickly social media has captured the Read more

We Have a Winner!

Judy Thorne Spreadborough is the winner in our February Facebook “like” drawing – Judy will receive a $50 credit on her Clear Creek Communications April 2012 bill. Thank you to all of our friends and customers for liking us on Read more

New Facebook Privacy Concerns

With the launch of Facebook’s Timeline profile, Facebook and users of other social media sites should be more concerned than ever regarding online security and privacy, and take steps to assure they are protected. Timeline is Read more

Youth and the Internet

Growing up in an Internet dominated world (at least for them), a comScore study examines how today’s teenagers and young adults are using online sources and tools to seek out and gather information on medicine and health Read more

Ranking the Superbowl Ads

Did you see them? Only the annual Superbowl creates as much (maybe more) interest in the advertisements than the main event. It’s the only live sporting event that I record with my DVR, just so I don’t miss them. But I have to say – I Read more

Microsoft with Netflix and LinkedIn

It’s the time of year for predictions, and technology research firm IDC has a few predictions of its own, including the forecast that Microsoft will buy Netflix to give it a foothold in online video entertainment and LinkedIn to get into social Read more

Storytelling is Making a Comeback

One disadvantage of the digitally connected world we all live these days in is the decline of  good old fashioned talking with each other. We’re so caught up in connecting with our smartphones and iPads, we sometimes do less talking in Read more

New Facebook iPad App

There’s a new way to experience Facebook on your iPad with the recently released app. Facebook’s iPad app offers definite improvements over its mobile website, as well as minor improvements over third-party Facebook iPad apps, Read more