Ever since we started using Raven Tools, we’ve been dying for them to release a Chrome version of their toolbar, and they finally pulled through. They’ve had a Firefox version for a while now, but we all use Chrome as our primary browser (for many reasons) so we haven’t been able to use it. For… Read more »
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We noticed an interesting change in Facebook today which could potentially have an effect on Facebook Ad Pricing. Historically (at least over the past year) users have been typically shown no more than 4 Facebook Ads at a time as they are browsing around, BUT tonight I noticed a slight change in this policy. I… Read more »
If you are looking into advertising on Facebook, you are probably wondering what the effectiveness of Facebook Ads is.
Here are a few simple SEO tips and tricks to get you started, so you have at least a basic idea of the concept of Search Engine Optimization.
Most business owners know at this point that they need to be on Facebook, but we are often still asked how to use Facebook Ads for business.
Shortly after publishing last week’s post on Facebook’s recent changes to the “Like” and “Share” buttons, I realized Facebook made a glaring mistake when creating this new structure.
You see them on virtually every website/blog these days, but do you really know what RSS feeds are? More importantly, do you know how to use them effectively?
The Facebook Like button just became much more interactive, taking on most aspects of the old Facebook Share button. How will you take advantage?
Whether you are an individual or a small business getting started in the world of blogging and social media, you’ll eventually be faced with the dilemma of wordpress.com vs wordpress.org.
The new Facebook profile has created a seamless flow of information connecting your profile with almost every other aspect of Facebook including fanpages, interests and likes. Unfortunately this doesn’t happen automatically, and there’s a few things every business owner must do to give their profile a more professional look.