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Instagram for Business is Here!

Instagram for Business is Here!

Businesses have become the primary source of revenue for social sites through their ad spends, so the social sites are always looking to offer more features to them. Facebook has really capitalized on businesses looking to advertise on social and now Instagram will...

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Social Advertising for Small Businesses

Social Advertising for Small Businesses

There a million pieces of the small business puzzle that have to continuously come together to ensure the growth and longevity of your business. From raising money, to building a website, to growing your customer base, social media is many times the last thing a small...

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1,2,3, Snap!

1,2,3, Snap!

Have you ever seen someone making faces on their phone? Or hysterically laughing before snapping a selfie? I introduce to you, Snapchat! What is Snapchat? It’s a mobile app that allows a user to send a picture, video or message. The catch is, the person on the...

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Google’s Ad Layout Changes: What You Need to Know

Google’s Ad Layout Changes: What You Need to Know

Google recently changed its ad layout on desktop search and is no longer showing text ads in the right sidebar. Now, as many as four ads will display above the organic listings and three text ads will show at the bottom of the page. Google’s decision to remove the...

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Put a Pin in Pinterest’s Video Advertising

Put a Pin in Pinterest’s Video Advertising

While scanning the image-based social site, Pinterest, you may have noticed a few videos instead. Pinterest incorporated video pins last year when it released “Cinematic Pins”. These video pins start to play as a user scrolls down and stops when a user stops...

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Instagram’s New Personalized Newsfeed

Instagram’s New Personalized Newsfeed

Instagram is getting rid of the chronological newsfeed and instead changing to what Facebook does – showing best posts first. According to Instagram’s co-founders users miss about 70 percent of posts in their newsfeeds. The new system will allow users to view the best...

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