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This Week in Social Media: Facebook Adds Admin Roles

Businesses with Facebook Pages can now set five different roles for their administrators: Manager, Content Creator, Moderator, Advertiser and Insights Analyst.  This is a useful tool for Facebook managers. Facebook Adds Post Scheduling Facebook’s scheduling tool includes the ability to add dynamic links and images directly to your Facebook Page. You can prepare a post […]

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We’re looking to help a local non-profit, do you know any?

UPDATE:  The pro-bono contest has ended.  All links in this post have been removed. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been teasing everyone on Facebook with a “mystery” project that I said is going to be BIG. Well, the time has come to reveal it:  We’re going to give a website away. Well actually, […]

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Not forgotten: 5 “old school” ways to communicate with customers

With the rise in popularity of social media and a lot of consultants focusing almost exclusively on developing a social media strategy for clients, we thought it would be a good idea to go back to basics for a refresher on other ways to communicate. Don’t get us wrong, social media is important and it […]

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Google now pays you to give up your privacy when surfing?

Ok, we all know I am critic of Google’s data collection practices, but now they are starting a new program called Screenwise where they actually bribe you to give up your privacy.  I am not kidding. Under the guise of “making Google better”, they will now send you gift cards for installing a browser extension […]

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Cool ways law enforcement uses the Internet to keep us safe

If you know me, you know I am a big fan of our local Sheriff here in Polk County.  I served on his citizens advisory council for a year and saw the inner-workings of the department in a way that really solidified my respect for how it is run. I’m not on the council anymore, […]

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