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Dunbar’s Number: Why We Can’t Have More Than 150 Friends

Keywords: dunbar’s number mark zuckerberg marketing media 2.0 Mobile Research social networks Dunbar’s Number as it Applies to Social Media: How Many Friends Does One Person Need? On a personal level, as an individual, I’ve always known that there is most definitely a cognitive limit to the number of people with whom I can maintain […]

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What People REALLY Think When You Don’t Reply to Their Email

The new trend in email management lately is to simply delete what you don’t wish to reply to, thus effectively ending any conversation before it even begins. You know. It’s sort of like getting a letter from a relative who pissed you off last year at Christmas and showing him that you are still holding […]

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Follow Me on Twitter

Follow Me Back “Follower Reciprocity” has always been a confusing topic, particularly for new users to Twitter. “What’s the proper etiquette? If someone follows me do I have to follow them back? Is not following them back rude?” There are really two trains of thought here, so you have a choice (Yay!); and what it […]

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