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By Thomas Baekdal - February 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Feb/28)

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Has Google's New Algorithm Really Cleaned Up Search? http://j.mp/gNWfKm

Check out @thebrandbuilder's new book: Social Media ROI: Managing and Measuring Social Media Efforts in Your Organizationhttp://j.mp/g3tjqf

Jeff Jarvis says, "Good God, Time Mag is so far behind it is *just now* discovering the end of the paperboy." http://ti.me/fpyHma

Mobile use is growing faster than all predictions. Eric Schmidt, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Google, shares his vision for technology, mobile, advertising, the world and beyond.

 

JP Morgan buying 10% of Twitter: http://j.mp/e4T4zx

What to remember when you're frustrated and burnt outhttp://bit.ly/g9EHP9

Niche Social Networks Could Still Succeed

The Facebook "Like" Starts to Replace the Share Button's Functionality.

The future in social-media lies in shared experiences. Interview with Brian Solis:

 

The REAL Death Of The Music Industry: http://j.mp/erABI1

Apple tries to trademark "places" in Europe: http://j.mp/hdWvsG

The digital makeover of a journalist: Here is your one-year plan!

The Publisher's Dilemma. Good article!

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