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The Compete Weekly Pulse

The big news this week (for me at least) is that Myspace is back! Again! Except this time it’s totally for real. Just check out their new promotional video, Justin Timberlake included! Myspace, which for a while now has been a vestigial network of its former glory, might just be making an incredible comeback with its new focus (music) and new layout (horizontal Pinterest). Speaking of up and comings, have

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Check out some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. More and more companies are choosing to take advantage of the benefits that can be reaped through social media, but when a social media strategy is implemented, too often is it wholly contained in the marketing department. One of the keys to successful audience engagement through social media is to make sure that

Firefox Personas-What’s Your Style?

You’ve got personality! You’ve got style! Does your browser? Firefox 3.6 browser can too with a persona. Firefox 3.6 makes it possible for you to change the appearance of your browser with a single click (sans restart-hallelujah!). There was some initial buzz around the launch of of Firefox 3.6 in January, which died out quickly as shown by the graph below.

Google’s Pac-Man Floods Firefox Support

Google’s 30 year anniversary playable Pac-Man logo not only took a bite out of productivity last Friday, it also flooded internet browser support centers. I must credit my friends over at Mozilla for this insight, with Chris Blizzard tweeting a number of times about the confusion it caused amongst Firefox users.  Baffled users attempted to contact their internet browser support centers, unaware that the Google logo was responsible for the