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Weekly social media and web 2.0 news round up for week ending 18th of April

April 18th, 2008 by Lloyd Gofton

We have been scouring the blogosphere all week for the best hot social media and web 2.0-related news and resources. We have also added all the new links to the Liberate Media resource/research page, – it’s a little slow to load but well worth the wait!


Twitter: news/resources

James Karl Buck Twitters his way out of Egypt Jailhouse

buzztter – Twitter search

Twitter Spy – Twitter public time line in real time

Twitter Has Officially Tipped

Summize Realtime Twitter Search


Blogging: news/resources

10 Easy Ways to Get in The Habit of Blogging

More Practical Tips For Starting A Corporate Blog

Blogging is not dead


General social media: news/resources

Social Media: Tools the alpha geeks use

Real People Don’t Have Time for Social Media

Building a Popular Social Media Profile: Seven Essential Characteristics

Get off Twitter, Lay Off the Blogs, and Put Some Thought Back Into Your Email Campaigns

Etiquette For A Social Media World

YouTube Dominates Video More than Google Dominates Search

Social Media To Create Social Media Training – social media training wiki social trendcasting – discover and share the next big trend

12 Tips for Getting Your Startup Featured on Mashable

South Africa’s First Social Media Press Release – The Standard Bank Pro20 Series (cricket)

Second Life resource list – is it still a good place to build brand?

Please tune in next Friday for the next weekly round up…

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