Updated by Amy Vernon on Sep 19, 2014
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Here's who's talking about me on the web

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  1. 1. Discussion Point: Is Work Interfering With Our Personal Lives?

    Discussion Point: Is Work Interfering With Our Personal Lives?

    Put down your phone, please - you can call your cousin in a minute. And hold off updating your Facebook status or tweeting about the fantastic mocha latte you had an hour ago or watching the YouTube video du jour. We've got work to do.

  2. 2. 30 Expert Marketers You Should Follow on LinkedIn and Twitter

    30 Expert Marketers You Should Follow on LinkedIn and Twitter

    Want to stay up on the latest and greatest marketing tactics? These are the people you should be following. Marketing is a complex, constantly evolving industry and it's very hard to keep up with it all as a business owner--and harder still to establish yourself as a reputable marketer in 2014.

  3. 3. Facing off with Facebook's new mobile app

    Facing off with Facebook's new mobile app

    Facebook wants to be more than just friends with its users. The popular social networking site is demanding permission to call and text phone numbers at their whim, record audio and take pictures and video with your camera without your consent.

  4. 4. Newsjacking Tragedy - Rock The Status Quo

    Newsjacking Tragedy - Rock The Status Quo

    Robin Williams' death caught the nation completely by surprise and many of us will continue mourning his loss for a long time to come. For family, the feelings of shock and horror might never go away. It certainly didn’t help that some media outlets were all-too-eager to report intimate details of his death. If I am shocked by the callous disregard for privacy, I can only imagine how his family feels.

  5. 5. Why You're Never Too Old to Become a Social Media Maven - US News

    Why You're Never Too Old to Become a Social Media Maven - US News

    Networking and business opportunities on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn appeal to all age groups. Learning how to utilize social media is especially important for people starting a second career in midlife and retiring entrepreneurs.

  6. 6. American Apparel: Challenger Disaster Photo Posted As Fireworks On Company's Tumblr

    American Apparel: Challenger Disaster Photo Posted As Fireworks On Company's Tumblr

    American Apparel celebrated July 4 by posting a photo of one of the country’s most traumatic moments — apparently thinking that it was fireworks. The photo depicted the tragic explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger, on January 28, 1986.

  7. 7. 31 Experts Give Their Best Small Business Tips for Standing Out on Social Media

    31 Experts Give Their Best Small Business Tips for Standing Out on Social Media

    Trying to get noticed on Facebook? I won't sugarcoat it - standing out on social media is tough! So today, rather than offering you my own social media tips, I reached out to some of the top people across dozens of industries. I asked these powerful influencers how they've managed to stand out so strongly in social media.

  8. 8. PRESENTING: The 100 Most Influential Tech Women On Twitter

    PRESENTING: The 100 Most Influential Tech Women On Twitter

    There's been a lot of talk about how women are underrepresented in the tech world and the voice of tech tends to be more male-centric. Especially when it comes to the Twitter conversation, it can feel a bit XY heavy.

  9. 9. 5 women bloggers you really need to follow

    5 women bloggers you really need to follow

    Hey, I don't think women are noted frequently enough for their accomplishments. Women dominate social media and have a huge impact in the blogosphere, but aren't always recognized. My team and I compiled a list of women bloggers who are the real deal. You should follow these folks on Twitter, and check out their blogs.

  10. 10. Pretty, Unmade-Up You: 17 Women Take It Off

    Pretty, Unmade-Up You: 17 Women Take It Off

    There's been much ado about whether we should or shouldn't wear makeup, and what meaning that decision holds. So we asked our beautiful contributors and colleagues to snap photos of themselves fresh-faced and share their own points of view on how much, how little and when and why they make themselves up.

  11. 11. Interview with Amy Vernon

    Interview with Amy Vernon

    Regarding Storify and privacy on the Internet (Particularly Facebook)

  12. 12. The tech industry's problem is men, not a lack of women, NYTs says

    The tech industry's problem is men, not a lack of women, NYTs says

    The New York Times published a great feature article yesterday that explores the technology industry's gender-bias problems by speaking in-depth with a handful of smart women dealing with this issue every day.

  13. 13. Exploring the Social Impact of a Wearable Era

    Exploring the Social Impact of a Wearable Era

    “We’re only just now coming to grips with what wearable is and what it means to our lives,” said Foursquare’s David Ban. “Service and platform are driving innovation and will be for quite some time. Hardware and partnerships will be the differentiator, but the hardware still has a ways to go.”

  14. 14. Top Marketing Blogs: Improve Productivity, Create Valuable Content, More

    Top Marketing Blogs: Improve Productivity, Create Valuable Content, More

    Roundup time, and that means some great marketing and business blogs that you can sink your teeth into. Most of these fantastic authors have been featured here before and for good reason. They're all smart and insightful and they alternately inspire and educate.

  15. 16. Game of Thrones season 4 premiere had the cast, crew, and one especially large guest

    Game of Thrones season 4 premiere had the cast, crew, and one especially large guest

    Winter has come, as anyone who braved the cold for the Game of Thrones season-four premiere at New York City's Lincoln Center could tell you. However, those of us who endured the Westerosi chill to watch the cast and crew, and author George R.R. Martin walk the red carpet, could take one particular comfort: At least we had a dragon to keep us warm.

  16. 17. Glimpse: The Next Wave of Ephemeral Photo Apps Are Focusing on Privacy [SXSWi Interview]

    Glimpse: The Next Wave of Ephemeral Photo Apps Are Focusing on Privacy [SXSWi Interview]

    If we've learned anything from Snapchat, it's this-people love sharing photos, and will stop at nothing (including personal privacy) to do so. With the hype of ephemeral messaging continuing to climb, it seems like it's the next big trend in the app world, but what does that mean for users?

  17. 18. How I Learned About Social Media Etiquette (and other helpful ideas)

    How I Learned About Social Media Etiquette (and other helpful ideas)

    Apparently I've been living under a rock because I've recently discovered some incredibly helpful social media tools. Not helpful in the "hey, this is some new trend and it'll make you look cool" way, but in the actually, legitimately assist in your social media success way.

  18. 19. Ban bossy campaign - goodtoknow

    Ban bossy campaign - goodtoknow

    A-list celebs like Beyoncé and Jennifer Garner have joined a new campaign formed to encourage ambitious girls to be taken more seriously as the boss, rather than being branded as 'bossy'.

  19. 20. The anti-politics of 'Upworthy'

    The anti-politics of 'Upworthy'

    Upworthy says it's not focused on elections. Really. The viral media site, which curates video and content with a headline style that has become a meme in its own right, describes itself as "social media with a mission." Since it launched in March 2012, Upworthy has drawn big traffic - about 53 million visitors in February -...

  20. 21. Women in Business: Conquering Fear and Gaining Power

    Women in Business: Conquering Fear and Gaining Power

    Author Stephen Richard writes: “When you’re scared, you stay as you are!” It seems that all of my contributors realized that conquering their fears led them to bigger and better things. Does that mean that successful entrepreneurs are able to push past their fears to achieve their goals? What does fear mean to you? How do you conquer your fears in both your personal and business life?

  21. 22. Narrowcasting: A Crash Course on Buzz, Engagement, and Growth

    Narrowcasting: A Crash Course on Buzz, Engagement, and Growth

    It starts with this equation: Research + Engagement = Growth. Here’s an article and some slideshares she created that, combined, are almost as good as the one-hour live session. Look at it as a mini-crash course in narrowcasting.

  22. 23. Etiquette-SMEtiquette! Does #SMEtiquette Matter in PR?

    Etiquette-SMEtiquette! Does #SMEtiquette Matter in PR?

    As the world rushes online, embracing digital communication and social media, it is more important than ever for public relations professionals to understand the “do’s and don’ts” of social media etiquette, or #SMEtiquette, as it’s known today.

  23. 24. The 7th Chamber at Social Media Week 2014

    The 7th Chamber at Social Media Week 2014

    Our first event was titled Engaging Your Audience: Learn the Tactics and Social Strategies From the Industry's Biggest Influencers, and it did indeed showcase some great industry professionals. Our panel included: Amy Vernon (international social media maven), Troy Alexander (contributor to the New York Times), Vine sensation Nicholas Megalis, Tyler Ricci (head of advertising at Media Bistro), and Jared Keller (editor at Al Jazeera).

  24. 25. 9 Communication Pros React to the Facebook-WhatsApp Deal

    9 Communication Pros React to the Facebook-WhatsApp Deal

    This week was quite interesting in the tech world, with the unexpected news that Facebook will acquire WhatsApp for an amount worth between $16 and $19 Billion. While a steep price tag, it does allow Facebook one more avenue in which to reach users, both in the US and abroad, whose communication habits continue to evolve.