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Archive for January, 2010

Social Media Tips: Is Twitter Just One Big Act of Narcissism?

Posted on January 28th, 2010.

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How much time are you spending using social media such as Twitter or Facebook? Not everyone uses or wants to use it, and despite how popular social media is becoming, there are still negative reactions. For example, some clinic psychologists are concluding that the need to tweet on Twitter is [...]

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Online Productivity Tips: A Little Organization Reduces Info Overload, Increases Productivity

Posted on January 27th, 2010.

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For people who work regularly online — aka web workers — information overload can be a serious problem, and productivity a holy grail. But being organized goes a long way towards managing info overload and thus increasing productivity. Here are a few online productivity tips we’ve compiled from a few [...]

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Social Media Tips: Who Should You Follow on Twitter?

Posted on January 26th, 2010.

In our Twitter maven article, we pointed out that using the YourVersion real-time discovery tools is a productive way to share web content on Twitter. This saves you time hunting down relevant content in multiple topics, manually shortening web page URLs, then tweeting via your fave Twitter client.
The article also implied that you can grow [...]

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Social Media Tips: Using YourVersion to Participate in Twitter’s Trending Topics

Posted on January 22nd, 2010.

Power Twitter users know that posting tweets about currently hot topics is a good way to get noticed by more Twitter users and potentially get more followers. But how do you this quickly and efficiently?
Fortunately, Twitter already tells you what terms are hot right now, and YourVersion gives you a great dashboard for finding and [...]

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Browse Latest Stories with YourVersion’s New Topic Pages

Posted on January 20th, 2010.

Want to quickly browse the latest web content? YourVersion has just opened up its content discovery engine to the public via our new Topic Pages. Now, you longer need to be a registered user just to browse topics outside of those covered on our home page.
A YourVersion Topic Page shows all the latest web content [...]

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Informavores: Tools for Finding the Information You Want

Posted on January 14th, 2010.

Why do you read information online? Do you consume a lot of online content?
Your reason for browsing online content maybe different than ours, but it’s likely you want to learn about some interest in particular. If you fall into the now-nebulous category of a “knowledge worker” (to be discussed in more detail in an upcoming [...]

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Social Media Tips: Managing Your Twitter Tweeting Schedule

Posted on January 14th, 2010.

Last week we talked about how YourVersion can help you be a more productive Twitter Maven.
If you’re not a regular user of Twitter, is it because it takes too much effort? (If so, read our productive Twitter Maven article.) If you are a regular Twitter user, every once in a while you probably grow tired [...]

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YourVersion to Showcase at Twiistup in Los Angeles on Jan 28, 2010

Posted on January 11th, 2010.

YourVersion just heard from Twiistup that we were selected to showcase our real-time web discovery engine at Twiistup 007 in Los Angeles on Jan 28, 2010.
Twiistup is an entrepreneur showcase where ten promising startup companies are invited to present to a large, talented crowd of VCs, entrepreneurs, media, and thought leaders. YourVersion has participated in [...]

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How YourVersion Can Help You Be a More Productive Twitter Maven

Posted on January 7th, 2010.

If you’re a regular user of the Twitter microblogging platform, you’re probably one of the many users that loves to share web content. Non-scientific tests will probably show you that the more often you tweet each day, the larger your follower count will grow, simply because you’ll be more visible to a greater number of [...]

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How to Organize YourVersion Interests Into Folders

Posted on January 6th, 2010.

If you are or plan to be a regular user of YourVersion real-time web content discovery engine, you’ll probably find yourself accumulating “interests,” aka topics, over time as you track more subjects. To help mitigate information overload, you might want to organize your related interests into a folders.

YourVersion lets you do this very easily. Follow [...]

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