Tag Archives: social media

Facebook says “Beware the Ides of March”

Facebook says “Beware the Ides of March”

Facebook posted a notice to page owners that they will be deleting the page likes of memorialized and inactive accounts of Facebook Pages. This will cause a decrease in the amount of page likes. Facebook stated the reason for doing this is to keep audiences consistent with up-to-date data, especially when dealing with advertisers. Continue Reading

Fall in Love with your Fans again

Fall in Love with your Fans again

Remember when someone would take the time to send a handwritten note? What about an email over 10 years ago? That meant a lot. If you haven’t connected with your clients, customers and subscribers in a while, now is as good of time as any.  Continue Reading

Why the SEO conversation will never be laid to rest

Who’s tired of hearing “X is dying!” *raises hand* In this edition, the topic is SEO. There has not been a shortage of rumors of the clock ticking for SEO. According to Small Business Trends, people that come from search are more profitable than ones that come from social. For most sites, search continues to… Continue Reading

Twitter goes to the movies.

  Last week, the 140 Conference or #140conf12 took place in New York City. Among the many insightful talks, tweets and images, attendees took an evening diversion to see the Twitter documentary, Twittamentary. Jeff Pulver @jeffpulver, Siok Siok @sioksiok, and others encouraged people to tweet on their phones during the movie. Among the twitter chatter during… Continue Reading

7 Scary Social Media Tales for Halloween

Since today is Halloween, I thought it would be interesting to go back in time to discover 7 memorable scary moments in social media. Chrysler’s Twitter account accidentally drops the F-Bomb. The happy ending here is that the account gained more followers. Kenneth Cole’s Tweet to promote his fashion line causes angry reactions. The Woman… Continue Reading