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Tweet Roundup | 10/29/10

October 29, 2010 by Darrin Widick  Email    Leave a Comment

Tweets on social media optimization, search engine marketing, digital media and Kansas City for the week ending October 29, 2010.

  • In preparation for election day, Facebook helps voters find their polling place. Mashable
  • Tagoramic lets you tag a friend in a composite image from the World Series. Inside Facebook
  • New search engine Blekko uses ‘Slashtags as a way for anyone to make a vertical SE around any topic.’ Danny Sullivan
  • Kansas City Star Sunday circulation falls below 300,000, a drop of more than 10% since 2008. KC Confidential
  • Political research: Boards of tech companies like GOOG, AAPL lean left, energy companies right, most are bi-partisan.
  • KC’s Garmin gets out of smart phone production to ‘focus on other handset applications.’ KC Business Journal
  • PR questions from 1950: How do I track these new outlets? How do I pitch them? Will they be around next year? Cision
  • Bing: ‘As of today, Microsoft’s adCenter now powering all the paid search listings on both Bing and Yahoo.
  • Things are going well at Mizzou for the ‘perfect GameDay site’ for ESPN this weekend. St. Louis Post Dispatch
  • President Obama visits home of Google’s Marissa Mayer for a fundraiser. San Francisco Chronicle
  • Danny Sullivan offers his first impressions of Google TV.
  • B2B isn’t sexy … and other reasons it’s hard for non-B2C entities to gain Facebook friends. WSJ
  • LinkedIn for BlackBerry now supports the new OS, making it easier to ‘connect and communicate with your network.’
  • Avinash Kaushik takes a (very) in-depth look at ‘tools for the complete web analytics 2.0 spectrum.’
  • For Q3 at NYT, ad revenue drops 1% as digital revenue growth of 14.6% can’t offset 5.8% drop in print ads. AllThingsD
  • [We like the new look!] RT @KCBizjournal “You have to check it out — our brand new home page just went live!”
  • Previous Tweet Roundups. Follow Group 3 Solutions.

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