The Far Reaching Effects of Copied Content
pla·gia·rism [pley-juh-riz-uhm] noun An act of being a complete total fraud, scam artist, and/or shyster by imitating or worse blatantly copying someone else’s work and passing it off as your own.
Social Media Mistake
Who you should & shouldn't follow on Twitter
So ya wanna start tweeting, eh? You signed up to Twitter, uploaded a cool Avatar, wrote a pretty snazzy bio, included a link to your website, decided you're going to start tweeting about advertising, or photography, or food or little red balloons and now...who the heck do you follow?
While Instagram is great for snapping pictures and then editing them with a variety of filters to make them look retro, it also has a blossoming social aspect to it. 1.3 million photographs are uploaded each day to Instagram by its 7 million users and then shared on Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, and Facebook.