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Mobile advertising: the next big challenge for the social networks

03/20/2012by:Silvina Moschini , CEO & Founder, Intuic | The Social Media Agency

The online sociability networks are receiving an increasing number of visits from mobile devices. But the challenge is to turn this traffic into money to boost their commercial performance. What plans do Facebook and Twitter have?

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Censorship on Twitter? The barriers against free expression are raised on the web

01/31/2012by:Silvina Moschini , CEO & Founder, Intuic | The Social Media Agency

The storm doesn’t seem to have abated these days. Between the Sopa and Pipa debates, and the closing of Megaupload a new problem has arisen. Twitter will block messages considered to be offensive and improper according to the legislation of each country.

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Flying with Twitter: new design launched

12/16/2011by:Silvina Moschini , CEO & Founder, Intuic | The Social Media Agency

For those of us who have been Twitter users for a while and managed to master its secrets and applications, news of a simple update is music to our ears. Updating is always good and, even though adapting to change is never easy, the new version of Twitter, developed for Android and iOS operating systems, promises “simplicity in a complex world.” What more could we ask?

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When Facebook can be a ground for termination

11/23/2011by:Silvina Moschini , CEO & Founder, Intuic | The Social Media Agency

Users who use social networks to criticize the company they work for, their bosses, or colleagues jeopardize their employment. Employees of Easy Jet, Marks & Spencer, and Virgin Atlantic have been fired for comments offensive to the company or clients.