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Social Media Image Specs for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin, YouTube

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I just found this amazing infographic that gives all the dimensions necessary to design headers and logos for the social media sites. Big ginormous hat tip to the folks at raidious.com Big Hug! Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Read More »

Watch Out and Warn Others About Twitter Identity Theft on Tvivvter.com

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I just received the following Twitter message. When I clicked on the link it took me to a page for a site that spoofs the Twitter site and asks you for your credentials. Entering your Twitter information here (http://tvivvter.com/log%20in/bh/?&session_timed_out) will lead to it being given over to a spoofer. As you can see, if you are not careful, you might ... Read More »

Be On High Alert For Scammers Taking Advantage Of SOPA Blackout Protests

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As many have noticed today the Internet is buzzing about sites blacking out in protest of the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA). Wikipedia, Reddit, TheOatmeal.com and many other sites have gone black for the day in protest while sites like Google, TwitPic, WordPress, and Cheezburger Network (along with thousands of others) are speaking ... Read More »

Is Your Child A “Bieliber”? Parents Bieberware: Justin Bieber Twitter Scam!

Justin Bieber, @JustinBieber, has nearly 13.5 million followers on popular micro-blog site, Twitter.com, and he follows just over 116 thousand accounts. If your child has been hit with “Bieber Fever” chances are you’ve heard ALL about Bieber’s updates and happenings in his life. You should “bieberware” (that’s “beware” in the cryptic language of Bieber-nease) though because a new Twitter scam ... Read More »

Could Your Distant Cousin Sue Be A Nigerian Scammer On Facebook or Google+?

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Last year an independent movie by the name of Catfish hit select theaters across the country. While I will keep my opinions of the movie to myself the basic premise of the movie gave a new buzzword to the internet community: “Catfish.” Catfish is defined by UrbanDictionary.com as being “someone who pretends to be someone they’re not using Facebook or ... Read More »

Caught In The Web : Debt Collectors Find Fleeting Debtors Via Social Networking Websites

I feel the personal need to thank a one, Vanessa Romo, a reporter at NPR for her most recent and compelling article “Elusive Debtors Foiled By Their Social Media Sites“. This article delved into a world I had never considered existed. No not Pandora, but a realm of debt collectors using social media and networking sits to collect debts owed. ... Read More »

Beware of Twitter for Cash Scam

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A popular one right now? One web site is designed to look like a newspaper front page, with the logos of real newspapers and TV networks. The person featured has a rags to riches story…college dropout now making $10,000 a month working from home. All you have to do is order a twitter cash starter kit for $1.95, but that’s ... Read More »

My Love-Hate Relationship With Twitter

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Well it seems that I’m back to using my Twitter account more interactively. I finally found a Twitter application for my iPhone that ticks all the boxes and gives me the exact features that I wanted, Tweetie. As of this morning I am the 19,629 most followed person on Twitter. LOL, 19,629th. With 1,142 people currently following me I’ve got ... Read More »

I Want to Use Twitter to Get Out of Debt. – Kunwar

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Kunwar “Dear Steve, I had a family business since 1978. The business ran into trouble waters in 1999. There were huge debts. we settled a few. I lost my father in2005. I pledged to settle some debts. In 2007 I closed the business as i INCURRED MORE LOSSES AND WAS DIFFICULT TO SUSTAIN. I joined XXXX as tech. support officer. ... Read More »

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