Twitter has been cracking down on third party apps as of late for violating their Terms of Service. This has resulted in suspension of those services. While Twitter applications certainly make all of our lives a little easier, we can live without them, at least for a little bit.
While we can’t easily check out the specifics of our followers or schedule tweets without our precious apps, we can still monitor the conversation. The old school way. Below is a list of search operators provided by Twitter that will help you keep tabs on the conversation while your apps may be in the time out chair or just unavailable in general. Learn the basics of search and cut through the noise of Twitter under any circumstance.
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The food truck industry has grown quite significantly as chefs and entrepreneurs look for new ways to reach customers without heavy capital investments. With television shows like Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race, and streamlined permitting processes in many cities, mobile food retailing has been popping up all over the San Francisco area where I live.
One of the the interesting things in common with the food trucks is that they are all using social media, especially Twitter and Facebook, to reach out and interact with customers, and there are three reasons why.
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There was no shortage of entertainment and music at Cisco’s 15th Partner Summit last week, with New Orleans’ finest bands and musicians playing for live and virtual audiences.
The action-packed event featured big news for partners, keynotes from Cisco’s top executives, breakout speakers, magicians, theater sessions, parties, a live auction, and generous donations from partners and Cisco are helping to rebuild homes and lives in New Orleans.
We put together a short video slideshow with pictures highlighting so many of the great moments from Cisco Partner Summit 2011. Enjoy! (And please share your own photos on our Facebook page.)
If you missed any of the news from last week, here are all of the big announcements for partners. Read More »
Tags: ciscops11, cloud, collaboration, designations, edison peres, facebook, iblm, john chambers, keith goodwin, keynote, partner, partner summit, partner update, services, twitter, video, vps
It was another great day at Partner Summit 2011 on the bayou, where the music is fantastic, the beignets are amazing, and the Partner Summit news is awesome!
At Wednesday’s general session, the focus was on how to impact innovation with Michael Capellas, CEO of VCE, and Padmasree Warrior, Cisco’s CTO. Both highlighted Cisco technologies to help partners to differentiate.
We’ve got all of the event highlights, news, and details you need to know from Wednesday.
And since social media is such a big part of this year’s conference, we’re going to highlight a few of the tweets that have come through:
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Tags: ciscops11, michael capellas, padmasree warrior, partner summit, partner update, partners, twitter, vps
So much happened on Tuesday at Cisco Partner Summit: musical performances, artist Frency painting in the moment on stage, as well as keynotes from SVP Keith Goodwin, Cisco CEO John Chambers, SVP Edison Peres, and the new Cisco COO Gary Moore. We also heard big announcements around cloud and collaborative professional services.
We had some other exciting things happening on Tuesday, so watch our short Partner Update newscast for the day’s highlights.
Did you miss any of the sessions from Tuesday? Don’t worry, you can still watch them…
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Tags: ciscops11, cloud, collaboration, edison peres, facebook, john chambers, keith goodwin, keynote, partner, partner summit, partner update, services, twitter, video, vps