Facebook has made numerous changes to their user interface of late, and one of the most reviled changes of them all were changes to the news feed and the introduction of the Ticker. Now, instead of seeing all of your friends’ posts, you only see a selected few (selected by Facebook of course) showing up in … Continue reading Why you should always ‘Like’ your own Facebook posts (article repost)
No Apology Needed for Playing Games Online Is it bad to play games? We did it as children without apologizing; in fact, we were not only encouraged, but it's well-known that engaging in physical and mental activities as kids is a necessary part of increasing our ability to learn and grow. So, why not as … Continue reading Guilty Pleasure – Online Games
It's been almost a month since I've had this much interest in my blog...Daily Prompt: Time after Time has pulled into many more new visitors and views. My stats show that February 11th was my all-time best day for views. Almost all of those were from a cross-post I made in a group I belong … Continue reading Time after Time – Post Magic?
Facebook Photo Sizes Cheat Sheet for Marketers: Apps, Ads, Albums & More - Search Engine Watch (#SEW) Smart marketers have known the way to a fan's heart is through their eyes for some time, but significant changes to Facebook's News Feed underscored the importance of visuals even further. Facebook wants stories shared through their platform to … Continue reading Facebook Cheat Sheet for Marketers (#SEW)
Infographic about the Like button on Facebook A full 50% of consumers now say that a company’s Facebook Page is more useful than its actual website, according to a survey conducted by research company Lab42. While I have some serious doubts about a Facebook Page being more useful in terms of consumer research, there’s no … Continue reading Facebook Pages More Useful Than Websites? [INFOGRAPHIC] :: Digital Marketer Blog