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Facebook’s Future

Facebook’s mission is to make the world more open and connected.  Since launching in 2004, Facebook has changed what it means to connect online and has empowered billions to share.  But nearly a decade in, there is uncertainty about Facebook maintaining its top flight position due to changing demographics, competitors, copied innovation and a backlashRead the rest of this entry

7 Little-Known Tricks to Maximize Your Facebook Page

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Asking for Likes isn’t a Social Strategy

As a community manager, you need to be adept and keep in tune with your audience. How do they react to posts? Will they be your champions in a crisis? Do they really like you? One of the buy cialis online ways we find out if followers enjoy what we post is the good ol’Read the rest of this entry

How Real Estate Agents Can get a Leg Up on Facebook

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Isaac Lessons Learned

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Do you Need to Have a Bland Internet Persona?

Nowadays it is not unusual to hear someone being fired for something they posted online, tweeted or said in the media. It seems there is a new Internet gaffe every day, and sometimes these faux pas are committed by industry insiders who ought to know better. The latest head to roll for a media gaffeRead the rest of this entry

“Like Us” vs. “Find Us” on Facebook

It’s certainly no secret that Facebook is one of the most powerful marketing and social media tools of the modern digital era. Just about every major brand has a presence on Facebook and most do an outstanding job of actively listening and engaging as they build their communities and “likes” so their messages can resonateRead the rest of this entry

Age Doesn’t Mean Jack in Social Media

We like to think that we (sometimes) know it all. In this age of gurus, jedis, and ninjas, it is easy to have a sense of social entitlement. I’m sure you are thinking about a time you thought you were BMOC (Big Man on Campus). Maybe a blog post blew up; maybe you had aRead the rest of this entry

When a Thanks isn’t a Thanks

Two words in the English language are sometimes very hard to say. That would be: Thank You.  Now, before you click off to another site because you think I’m going all Emily Post, let me explain. You see, as we become more social, we are becoming more impersonal. It shouldn’t be that way. Just becauseRead the rest of this entry

The Summer Week That Was:June 25 – 29, 2012

Thankfully, Friday has arrived. Setting aside for a moment the landmark Supreme Court decision that upheld Obamacare as truly the news story of the week (or perhaps the year, or even decade), let’s dip our toe into the PR, social media, and advertising pool for a look at some of the stories that caught ourRead the rest of this entry