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8 Social Media Quotes for Marketing Success


Increase your social media marketing success with inspiration from these 8 social media quotes. “Social Media is about sociology and psychology more than technology.” – Brain Solis With new technology coming out every day, it’s easy to get caught up with new features and functionality. Don’t lose sight of the fact that social media is,…

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"Whose Streets?" — Occupy's May Day Call to Arms (Pt. 2)

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Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello and the Occupy Guitarmy melded in with the thousands-strong mass of Occupy Wall Street protesters as they went east down 41st Street from Bryant Park. It was shortly after 2:00 p.m. on May 1, 2012, and Occupy Wall Street’s May Day General Strike was starting to look like the movement’s marches of last fall.

Donning a white shirt and a black hat, Morello strummed and sang the old workers’ tune, “Which Side Are You On,” with a cluster of the Occupy Guitarmy as they walked in a sea of increasingly active protesters. A majority of those marching were young adults in their twenties and early 30′s, and the more discerning of observers might have noticed that the immigration movement was present, helping to swell the ranks.