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Netropolitan: Social Media for the 1%

Income inequality now has a social media platform, and it’s called Netropolitan. The self-fashioned “online country club for people with more money than time” (seriously, it says that on the homepage) launched yesterday, and for an annual fee of $3,000 dollars (and a one-time initiation fee of $6,000 dollars) you can rub virtual shoulders with […]

How (Not) To Use Twitter

In 2014, it is essential for every business to be on Twitter. The advantages are enormous, especially with a savvy marketer at the helm. You can connect with your customers, build relationships, create brand awareness, and market new products. You can also provide information, survey your audience and get feedback, monitor your competition, boost sales […]