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Facebook Is At It Again- Messenger Now Suggests “Conversation Topics”

Posted in Facebook on October 19th, 2016 by

Facebook Messenger has more than one billion active users as of this summer, yet they continuously strive to increase their app usage. This is seen in their latest attempt with the introduction of a new feature, “Conversation Topics” according to Tech Crunch. It’s really simple. This new feature suggests what to talk about with your…

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Facebook Hits the Big Screen With TV Streaming

Posted in Facebook on October 18th, 2016 by

Picture this: You’re hanging out with your friends at home when you decide to check Facebook. As you scroll through your news feed, you come across the most hysterical video you’ve ever seen. When the group asks you what you’re laughing at, what do you do? Tell your friends to gather around your phone so…

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Facebook Makes Events A Separate App, So You Can Save the Date

Posted in Facebook on October 14th, 2016 by

Facebook just launched Events, a standalone app to help navigate Facebook Events more easily. Facebook Events is a great way for the social media network to help you keep track of the important dates in your life. We often lose track of the events that we’ll “ maybe” attend and we might even lose track of…

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Not Registered to Vote? Twitter Can Help

Posted in How To, Twitter on October 7th, 2016 by

According to Techcrunch, Twitter now can help you register to vote and answer voter questions via direct message. Twitter has implemented a new feature that allows voters to direct message the company’s @Gov Twitter account in order to receive voter registration assistance over direct messaging, which is more private. What’s interesting about Twitter’s application is that it…

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You Can Have A Twitter Moment, Too.

Posted in How To, Twitter on October 6th, 2016 by

When Moments was first rolled out to Twitter users last year, many tweeters filed complaints about the design (what was up with that blue dot?) and functionality of the feature. Mashable reports that while moments were originally created for specific accounts to collect tweets about specific happenings, Moments are now available to all Twitter users….

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Proof That Organic Reach Isn’t Completely Lost

Posted in Facebook, Sports and Social Media on June 10th, 2016 by
Kid Golf

How social media managers feel immediately after posting content they think will do well.     Listen to any social media manager talk about the current state of Facebook and they’ll tell you that it’s largely a pay to play environment and that organic reach is donezo. Content may still be king, but advertising is…

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5 Brands That Are Killing It on Pinterest

Posted in Case Studies, How To, Pinterest, Social Media Marketing on August 7th, 2015 by
5 Brands to Follow on Pinterest

If you thought Pinterest was mostly a tool for making people feel inspired about things from hairstyles to crafts, that’s a little short-sighted. It can also be a powerful marketing machine, as long as you have a thorough understanding of your product and audience. Here are five brands that are making Pinterest work wonders for…

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Facebook Live Debuts, but Only for Celebrities

Posted in Facebook, Social Media Marketing on August 6th, 2015 by
Facebook Live

With so much attention on video streaming apps Meerkat and Periscope, it was only a matter of time before Facebook jumped on board. This week, the company announced Facebook Live, a feature in its Mentions app that allows celebrities to broadcast live videos to their followers. Of course, the drawback here is that only celebrities…

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Similar to LinkedIn, Facebook is Letting Users Test Profile Tags

Posted in Facebook, LinkedIn on July 30th, 2015 by

Here’s a new one for you: Facebook is currently testing a feature that would allow users to add profile tags to their pages. The tags, ranging from skills to emojis (!), are very similar to the section of LinkedIn’s website that allows your colleagues to endorse you for various skills. Via The Next Web, a Facebook spokesperson added…

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