Social Media Roundup for May 29, 2011

May 29th, 2011
Each week Williams Web selects some of the social media stories we are following and shares them with you. Here are the topics that caught our attention this past week:

Top 10 Twitter Trends This Week
via Mashable.com

The Apocalypse, American Idol and Nerd Pride all make this list this week. Check out the complete Top 10 Twitter Trends at http://mashable.com/2011/05/28/top-10-weekly-twitter-trends/

Tag Pages on Facebook
via Facebook.com

Now you can tag Pages on Facebook just like you tag Friends. Learn more at http://on.fb.me/mECu87

Know Your Facebook Rights
via Facebook.com

There have always been rumors and suggestions that you forfeit your rights to your photos and other content you post on Facebook. Untrue says the social media giant. Learn more about your rights at http://facebook.com/terms

Gmail Launches the "People Widget"
from gmail.blogspot.com

The new People Widget in Gmail is another step in the search giant's quest to be relevant in social media. Learn more at http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/05/introducing-people-widget.html

YouTube Posts Interview With Endeavor Crew

If you missed the live interview with the crew of the Space Shuttle Endeavor, YouTube has posted a recap at http://goo.gl/usFhR

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