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Compete PRO Explained With Donuts

If you haven’t seen the above picture within the last few days, chances are you haven’t been online – and those chances are very slim. No one really knows where this picture started and how it went viral, but viral it has gone, and social media users everywhere seem to get a good laugh out of this poke at all social media sites and users. At one point or another,

Google Social is Exploding Online!

Image from: J Corey Davis Now that the dust has settled from the initial launch of Google+ it is time for some analysis of the social network’s functionality and popularity. No doubt people are extremely excited with the new release of Google’s social platform, which links together personalized search, a customizable social network, and the ability to add value to any page on the web with the new and highly

The Weekly Compete Pulse

I think I speak for the rest of Boston when I say that today is a gorgeous day outside. The windows are full of sunshine and open wide with a nice cool breeze coming in. It seems perfect weather to go pick up that turkey or ingredients for that special pie that earns you your right at the Thanksgiving table each year. Or you could also take a nice walk

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Daylight savings is in full force! If you haven’t gotten around to changing the stove or microwave, do so before you have a minor panic attack on the way to your next appointment! While changing the clocks takes a bit of adjusting to, it’s no excuse to miss out on some really great articles that were published this week. Here are some of our favorite reads that we felt online

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Tomorrow marks the 10th year anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. To me, it seems only natural that the day falls on a Sunday, a day perfect for reflection. As we look back on where we were ten years ago and how we coped with our friends and neighbords, we wanted to offer a unique perspective on the day from Peter

Who Should Be Worried About Google+?

When Google+ came on the scene at the beginning of July, the early adopters were all over it, but they were skeptical. We all remember Wave and Buzz, which didn’t quite hit the mark. This time though, the general opinion is optimistic, and the conversation has turned from “should competitors be worried” to “WHICH competitors should be worried.” Of course the first reports of Google+ was that it’s trying to

The Weekly Compete Pulse

Yesterday was our last day in the office. Needless to say, things got a little crazy. See, over the past week, the office had been packed full with stacks of pink crates from Crates for a Cure. Instead of packing up our things, some of us defiantly packed ourselves in them. Others made a snake trap. Are we ready to step out into the real world? We’ll find out Monday,

Invite Only: Who’s Throwing the Better Party – Google+, Spotify, or Pottermore?

I remember when I thought I was special for being able to use Gilt, the “exclusive” online shopping site that originally only accepted users off of a waiting list. Now, everyone and their mother is on it and I no longer feel like I am the only one with access to 50% off boat shoes or 75% off a chandelier that I couldn’t even afford if it was 99.9% off.