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The Weekly Pulse

This week, we heard reports that employers were requesting the Facebook passwords of potential employees. Yikes! This morning, Gizmodo reported that Facebook’s chief privacy officer Erin Egan released a statement warning users not to give our their account information in this obvious invasion of privacy. In fact, Senator Richard Blumenthal is reportedly working on a bill that would make this kind of practice illegal. Thank goodness! Twitter celebrated its 6th

The Weekly Compete Pulse

We are still a little upset about the Patriots Super Bowl loss this weekend, and accordingly, we were looking for any chance to not talk about the Super Bowl. That’s why we loved AdAge’s comparison of popular political ads, instead of SuperBowl ones. We were also proud that BostonInno declared Boston the 5th Best City to get a job in social media. Their infographic takes into consideration salary ranges as

Oh, Snap Instagr.am! Your App Rocks, But Your Website Sucks!

They say you can learn a lot about someone by navigating their iPhone app folders, under that theory I must be a narcissistic gamer who has no sense of direction. While I don’t necessarily think I am a gamer, I do know I have no sense of direction, and that I prefer to take photos on my iPhone (see Facebook album: My Life According To My iPhone).  With more than

The Weekly Compete Pulse

It’s the first weekend in March, and here in Boston, things are starting to warm up a bit. Part of our team will be cooling down though as they head to Salt Lake City, Utah for the 2011 Omniture Summit next week. If you’re going to be there, let us know! Check out some of this week’s news articles that we read and found interesting for online marketers. Some good