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Why Instagram?

Besides being a fun creative social media space, the statistics are crazy! 500 K+ advertisers worldwide use Instagram to share their stories and drive business results. 60% of people say they discover new products on Instagram. 75% of Instagrammers take action after being inspired by a post. 70% of stories video views are played sound-on. … Continue reading “Why Instagram?”

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What is the best way to answer a Facebook request for recommendation?

If you know only one person that provides that product or service, tagging that person in the comments is ideal. If it’s not a facebook savvy individual, I will also follow up by private messaging them the URL of the page the request was made so they can find it. If you know multiple individuals … Continue reading “What is the best way to answer a Facebook request for recommendation?”

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LinkedIn Introduces Photo Filters and Editing

To give you a quick and easy way to enhance and crop your existing photos—yes, even a selfie or group photo—we’ve added photo editing in our mobile app. There are now six photo filters available, and you can also crop and edit the brightness, contrast, saturation and vignette of your LinkedIn profile photo. Source: Official LinkedIn … Continue reading “LinkedIn Introduces Photo Filters and Editing”

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Has LinkedIn’s New Desktop Rolled Out To Your Account Yet?

LinkedIn blogged today that in the next few weeks they will be rolling out the largest desktop redesign since LinkedIn’s inception which includes: Streamlined navigation Smarter messaging Richer Feed to keep you informed More intuitive search Greater insight into who’s viewing your content Better suggestions to make your profile stand out Here’s a sneak preview… … Continue reading “Has LinkedIn’s New Desktop Rolled Out To Your Account Yet?”

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Facebook Introduces Live Audio

Yesterday, Facebook introduced live audio, saying… We also know that publishers sometimes go live from areas that lack strong network connectivity. Though we alert the broadcaster if their signal is low, Live Audio presents another option for connecting with audiences in real time from low-connectivity areas. Source: Introducing Live Audio

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Facebook now lets Pages schedule Live Video!

Live video is great and all, but it’s not very useful if most of your audience doesn’t know when you’re planning on streaming. Facebook is addressing that problem by introducing official scheduling feature for Verified pages; users can be notified about videos up to a week in advance. Source: Facebook will now let Pages schedule Live … Continue reading “Facebook now lets Pages schedule Live Video!”

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5 Benefits of Twitter’s Character Limit Update for Your Brand or Business

What does this mean for your business? Twitter’s new updates enhance the social media network without losing the essence of why we love it in the first place. Quick, in the moment interactions. The new changes are great for bands and business because they expand and improve the way we can communicate on Twitter – … Continue reading “5 Benefits of Twitter’s Character Limit Update for Your Brand or Business”

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Twitter’s 140 characters limit no longer counts @names, media attachments and quoted tweets

Twitter has just made a big change to the way tweets work. From today, Twitter is cutting back on what types of content will use up its 140-character limit. Now, @names in replies, media attachments (like photos, GIFs, videos, and polls) and quoted Tweets will no longer be counted against the valuable 140 characters that … Continue reading “Twitter’s 140 characters limit no longer counts @names, media attachments and quoted tweets”

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What’s New on Facebook Business for July 2016

To help marketers keep up with Facebook Business, we create a monthly post chock-full of everything new. Take a look at the monthly round-ups for June, May and April. Keep reading to see new products, updates, resources and courses that launched in July. Source: What’s New on Facebook Business for July 2016 | Facebook for … Continue reading “What’s New on Facebook Business for July 2016”

32 Million Twitter Passwords May Have Been Hacked And Leaked!

Time to change your Twitter password and visit and change your password on any other website you’ve used it on! According to TechCrunch, Twitter says it’s systems have not been breached but  that … Hackers may have used malware to collect more than 32 million Twitter login credentials that are now being sold on the dark … Continue reading “32 Million Twitter Passwords May Have Been Hacked And Leaked!”

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Take This Lollipop

Kudos to Jason Zada for writing and directing “Take This Lollipop” — a 2011 interactive horror short film and Facebook app, which uses the Facebook Connect application to bring viewers themselves into the film. What are you sharing on Facebook? Visit Take This Lollipop and find out! We dare you MA HA HA HA

[VIDEO] Ian James (The Wellness Mall) says he was the black sheep of social media in his family until #SocialMediaBootcamps

#socialmediabootcamps Are you looking for healthy choices for your family? Check out The Wellness Mall. — TheWellnessMall (@TheWellnessMall) January 31, 2015

[VIDEO] Mary Newman, Animal Communicator says "Absolutely Amazing… Excited about exploring it and moving forward with it!" #SocialMediaBootcamps

#socialmediabootcamps Already learning lots! Fun too!! — Mary Newman (@Myenj) January 31, 2015 AWEBthatWORKS thanks Mary Reynolds (Animal Communicator) for participating in AWEBthatWORKS’ BOGO (Buy One, Give One) Sharing Program and sponsoring Brock’s Big Bite. We loved partnering with you to empower this not for profit and we’d love for you to meet our border … Continue reading “[VIDEO] Mary Newman, Animal Communicator says "Absolutely Amazing… Excited about exploring it and moving forward with it!" #SocialMediaBootcamps”