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10 Things You Need to Know About Revamped Facebook Pages

Revamped Facebook Pages have gone live on the 30th March with the new timeline-based Pages redesign. We’ve found a great infographic that contains everything you need to know into a handy-dandy 10 Things You Need to Know list. Print it out and check things off while you prepare for the change.

Small Businesses Get Serious About F-Commerce

Ask a 1000 businesses selling on Facebook what they like about it, and the answer that comes up most often is – it’s easy for customers and businesses… Easy to promote products using social marketing (61%) Easy for customers so they don’t need to leave Facebook (60%) Easy to set up and maintain a storefront (50%) Easy to understand (already use Facebook)…

EU Cookie Law, UK

What is the new EU Cookie Law? The new EU cookie law came into effect in May 2011, if you are a UK based business (no matter where your website is hosted) you have until May 26th  2012 to comply. If your website uses cookies then visitors must be informed and given the choice to accept or not. Will this…

Who’s Using Geosocial and Location-Based Services

Location-based services have become a surprisingly lucrative business over the past few years. In fact, more than a quarter of American adults are using mobile devices and social location tools to broadcast exactly where they are, when they’ve arrived at said location, and discover who else is around after getting there. Geography-based social applications like Foursquare, for example, have managed to…

Why Your Business Must Go Social

Social media has bolstered the success of businesses, helping them reach out to more customers, raise brand awareness, drive traffic to their sites and generate sales. Social media tools like Facebook and Twitter are gradually replacing traditional media platforms like TV and newspapapers. And with over 30 percent of the world’s population now online, businesses cannot miss out on all…

Facebook vs Twitter

Facebook appeals to people looking to reconnect with old friends and family members or find new friends online; the mashup of features like email, instant messaging, image and video sharing, etc. feels familiar, while Twitter is a bit harder to get your arms around at first. Most people can very quickly grasp how to use Facebook to connect to friends…

Google Apps: Battle In The Clouds

Google Apps is one of the most popular cloud apps today. It is now used by both businesses and individuals to store critical data. Business-wise, Google Apps plays even more important role. Check this out: 20 percent of Google Docs users are having more than 350 documents stored in their Google Apps accounts. Moreover, 48 percent of Google Calendar users…

Mobile Is Changing Social Media

This is another interesting infographic, this time around how mobile is shaping the way social media is consumed. It’s interesting to see that from these stats, 25% or more than 100 million facebook users access from a mobile phone, and those who do, are twice as active on social networks compared to people accessing from a computer! The 35-54 year…

Google’s Groupon Equivalent

Google.com has introduced adverts for daily deals to its searchers. This service is called “Google Offers“. It’s currently in beta thefore its only available for 42 cities in United States but they do plan to expanding to the UK late 2012. What is Google Offers? Google Offers is a deal-of-the-day website that will be localized to major geographic markets in the…

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