Tag: duplicate social media content

  1. Stop Thief: Content, Photos and Copyrights

    Just because it is posted online does not mean that you can copy and paste it and use it for free on your blog. Online content is covered by copyright law. Unless the site explicitly states that their copy is available for use, you should assume it is not. This is one case where assuming will keep you out of trouble. Besides, the duplicate is almost never as good as the original (remember the movie with Michael Keaton called Multiplicity?)…. Read More

  2. Unfriended? – Remaining Relevant in Social Media

    A good friend of mine recently asked me a key question related to social media and the use of it that I had to share. As he was asking the question, I began to think about the content we use, re-purpose and re-tweet (RT). He said although most of what he reads is interesting, he wonders, “Is there a ‘line’ that social media experts have for duplicate information? At some point, do people begin to ignore tweets and status updates… Read More