Welcome to The Internet Billboards, where we search the Internet for you daily and select some of the top articles and videos to post. We hope you enjoy the articles, and hopefully the information we select will help you to learn and be more successful online. This process of a human finding and presenting content is called content curation and it is undoubtedly the future of the Internet. Digital curation has really become necessary because of the vast amount of information that is currently online. With all this information it has simply become almost impossible for anyone to keep track of it all. As your content curator for the Internet Billboards I will be focusing on delivering important content on the five pillars of success, or should I say to be successful on the Internet. The five topics are content, inbound advertising, mobile media, networking, and social media. Enjoy.
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ARTICLE ONE VIDEO
Our own Austin Carr sat down for a chat with Foursquare founder Dennis Crowley for the keynote event at New York’s Social Media Week. Watch the video below, and check out all the events from Social Media Week here and register to see Fast Company‘s Ellen McGirt on the Nonprofits Using Social Media to Close Doors for Good panel, hosted by Scott Case of Malaria No More.
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Egypt and Social Media: “Revolution 2.0” Roundup
The Twitterverse, Facebookverse, etc. blew up yesterday after Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak announced that he would, in fact, step down from power. What role did social media play in history being made in Egypt?
A quote from Wael Ghonim, the Google executive who launched the Facebook page said to have sparked the original protest, has been making the rounds online: “If you want to liberate a country, give them the Internet.”
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The 5 Biggest Stories in Social Media, Tech & Mobile This Morning (Mashable)
Welcome to this morning’s edition of “First To Know,” a series in which we keep you in the know on what’s happening in the digital world. We’re keeping our eyes on five particular stories of interest today.
Nokia Enters Major Strategic Partnership With Microsoft
Nokia and Microsoft have officially entered a strategic alliance that makes Windows Phone 7 Nokia’s primary smartphone platform. The partnership also affects many other Microsoft services, such as Bing, Xbox Live and Office.
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Study Reveals Top 6 Social Media Goals for 2011
In 2010, many businesses laid their social media foundations. In 2011, many wonder what social media marketers will tackle as their top priorities.
Altimeter Group’s recent research reveals that integration, staffing, advertising and measurement are all key areas of focus for social media strategists in 2011.
Jeremiah Owyang, industry analyst and Altimeter Group partner who focuses on customer strategy, recently delivered the keynote Social Business Forecast: 2011 The Year of Integration. He offered some extremely valuable survey results, insights and advice for businesses looking to expand their social media plans in 2011.
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Important Social Media News From Around the Web
Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention.
What’s New This Week?
Facebook Launches New Pages: Facebook users are now discovering the new Facebook page design. Admins can preview the new design and have the option to upgrade now, or wait until March 1st when all pages will be automatically upgraded to the new design. Here’s a summary of the latest important changes to your Facebook business pages:
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