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“My Doctor Sucks” and Other Tweets I Found, Part 3

January 27, 2010
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Tweet Implementing an effective healthcare reputation management strategy This article is part 3 in a 3 part series regarding social media risk and strategy for healthcare professionals. Part 1: Why doctors need to take reputation management seriously Part 2: The mobile phone can be mightier than the sword Part 3: Implementing an effective healthcare reputation […]

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“My Doctor Sucks” and Other Tweets I Found, Part 2

December 15, 2009
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Tweet The mobile phone can be mightier than the sword This article is part 2 in a 3 part series regarding social media risk and strategy for health care professionals. Part 1: Why doctors need to take reputation management seriously Part 2: The mobile phone can be mightier than the sword Part 3:  Implementing an […]

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“My Doctor Sucks” and Other Tweets I Found, Part 1

December 7, 2009
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Tweet Why doctors need to take reputation management seriously I wasn’t surprised by the results of my search.  There are plenty of grievances being aired daily on social media sites like Twitter.  Since I believe the issue of reputation management for health care providers and medical centers is unique among all other industries, I decided […]

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Facebook and Twitter Strike Deal with Bing

October 21, 2009
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Tweet Status updates to be indexed by Bing in real-time results There have been rumors circulating for weeks regarding a deal between Twitter and Bing.  Now AllThingsDigital is reporting that Microsoft Bing will announce separate deals with both Facebook and Twitter.  Bing will now provide search results on status updates from both social media giants. […]

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