Monthly Archives: September 2015

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After a barrage of criticism targeted at the Facebook-led initiative, the company announced today that it will now allow the use of encrypted services without charging data fees. Facebook has also today changed the name of its app and mobile website to Free Basics by Facebook. Starting now, users of the app or mobile Web version can navigate to a menu to select free services to add to their list or search for a service by name or description. The platform, developed by Facebook, is designed to connect underserved communities worldwide to the internet, providing free online access to basic websites in developing…

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Hmm, I feel like I’m forgetting something.  OK, where to begin? These thoughts will sometimes race through my head when I’m sitting down to focus on social media time. I’ll fire up Twitter and Facebook and Buffer and want really bad to ensure that I’m covering all my bases and spending time in the best way possible. And on the good days, I’m right into the groove where I know exactly what to do next and what are the most important tasks that need to get done. The difference for me is with making a checklist for my social media activities. I’m happy to…

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Do you manage at least one Facebook business page? Are you using all the admin features? Facebook Pages include many tools to help marketers and business owners get the most out of their business presence. In this article I’ll share how to use Facebook’s features, tools and settings to manage your business page effectively. #1: Access […]

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Ever since we wrote The Ultimate Guide to Mobile Social Media, we’ve been itching to dig deeper into mobile social strategies.

After all, the evidence that we’re only growing more addicted to our cell phones is undeniable:

The average user looks at her or his mobile phone up to 221 times a day
90% of American adults have a mobile phone—and 64% own a smartphone
60% of social media time is spent on smartphones and tablets
75% of Twitter users are active on mobile
38% of Facebook users …

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