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I “LIKE” Walmart

She ” You LIKE Walmart?” Me ” What are you talking about?” She “You just ‘liked’ Walmart, it’s on my newsfeed.” Me ” I DID NOT ‘like’ Walmart !!!” She ” Yes you did :-)” Facebook has a secondary tier of ads based on pages you’ve dared to “like” over …

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Getting the Timing Right with Facebook

Do you typically make all your Facebook posts during regular business hours? If so, you’re not alone. Many page administrators post content based on their own availability and convenience. But is that when your “fans” are online? After all, what’s the point of creating and posting content if few people …

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Basic Guidelines for Social Media Marketing

Social media is no longer the flashy new marketing channel but rather a ubiquitous part of every day life. Yet we still see many brands making mistakes that offend the culture of the medium. If you want to be effective and enjoy the benefits of social media, make sure to …

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Getting irritated with Facebook? There’s more to come.

From the Daily Ticker: Facebook (FB) is about to take its most intrusive advertising to a new medium–video–and it could be the most annoying yet. On tap: short video ads placed smack in the middle of users’ main news feeds. But users might revolt; it’s happened before, many times before. …

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Connecting: when the collection of your data can actually be useful.

Full disclosure: I’m a geek. I love technology and everything it stands for. I’ve never been scared of A.I., technologically based hive minds, or data collection. I’ve accepted the fact that everything I do can be described as data and I love it. I willingly and knowingly contribute information about …

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When a secret isn’t a secret

If nothing says McDonald’s to you like ordering a McGangBang, then you know where this post is headed. If you’re left wondering what a McGangBang actually is, you will be happy to know that it’s nothing violent or salacious or anything you’ll end up in jail for ordering. Rather, it’s …

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