New Twitter Profiles Coming Soon

Twitter is taking a page out of the Facebook and Google+ playbook and changing up their profile layout. Not too long ago Twitter made images within your feed larger and now they’re extending that to improve other aspects of your web profile according to their blog. Here’s the scoop on what’s coming. Larger header and profile images: Just like Facebook’s cover image, you will soon be able to have a larger header...

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Facebook Changes News Feed Algorithm to Fight ‘Spammy’ Posts

Facebook is changing up the algorithm used to curate the News Feed in order to prevent posts that are considered “spammy” or “like-baiting” according to their blog post today. The change is being made to reduce stories and posts that users have indicated they do not want to see in their News Feed. The Facebook changes target 3 specific types of posts: Like-baiting, frequently circulated content and spammy...

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This is why you don’t have more Twitter followers

Often Twitter users make the decisions to follow or not follow someone in seconds. This means you have very little time to make an impression. Mashable looked into why people chose not to hit the “Follow”. A summary of their findings are noted below in the 10 important things you may need to change in order to gain more relevant followers. 1. You’re a “guru” The people who call themselves a "guru" are...

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New Facebook Page Layout & Tab Changes

Earlier this month Facebook started rolling out a streamlined look for pages in order to be more consistent with the personal profile design. Something to keep in mind is that the redesign of personal profiles happened over a year ago so the layout change to business pages is really something we’re already used to. It was just a matter of time before the same design was applied to business pages. Most of the changes...

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Women Dominate Social Media – Except One (Infographic)

Women have been the key when it comes to the power of influence regardless of the decisions being made. This is no different in the world of social media where women dominate on all social media sites with the exception of one - LinkedIn. The folks over at FinancesOnline.com have put together an impressive amount of information all laid out in an infographic that clearly demonstrates how women make use of social media. The...

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