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For most small businesses, it’s no longer a question of whether you should try to engage fans on Facebook, but how to do it — and do it well. This free eBook is designed to help you make the most of the time you spend on Facebook as a business, including: expert advice from Fortune […]
What if all the non-cuss words are the real “bad” words?
How many megapixels will it take for my friends to stop shooting such crappy photos?
In the iOS Google Maps update, you can share your favorite places with friends via Google+. Now, just get your friends to use Google+.
Facebook is announcing “Shared Photo Albums.” There goes your false sense of privacy. Again.
Nextdoor is now available on Android! Start your neighborhood and earn a $50 Starbucks card.
Twitter adds context to tweets by attaching related headlines. In related headlines, nobody reads what you’re tweeting, anyway.
A researcher hacked Zuckerberg’s wall on Facebook. For his punishment, he will be Poked severely.
LinkedIn now has something called “University Pages” (minimum age: 14), but still can’t keep people from lying about their qualifications.
Facebook is testing a new payments product. I expect it to have needless, confusing design changes every three months and spend my money for me.
Never before has turning a frown upside-down been such a game changer. Literally. As popular indulgences like Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero — to name just a couple of examples that spring to mind — prompt you to move parts of your body in a certain way to trigger advancement in the game, the […]
At least, not fans who really appreciate everything you do. At the moment, when you post anything to your page that someone has Liked or Subscribed to, only 15% of your intended audience is going to see that status update. The only way to guarantee that 100% of your audience will see what you posted […]
Facebook is suggesting that I can pay it $49 to promote a single post to all the people who have opted-in to liking me there. Here’s an idea: maybe Facebook can pay me $49 to post there in the first place?
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