June, 2010

Create a Custom Background for Twitter Pages

Jun 20, 2010 2 Comments by Michael

If you’re using Twitter for anything more than telling the world you just got an iced mocha frappuccino, it’s worth it to create an attractive background for your page. This extra space is much needed for brands, marketers, independent contractors, or anyone that needs to show page visitors more information than the brief “bio” section [...]

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To “Like” or Not to “Like”? Now an Ethical Question.

Jun 17, 2010 2 Comments by Michael

There’s been some recent grumblings over certain uses of Facebook’s new “Like” button for fan pages, but none more interesting then when a page requires you to “Like” it before giving you access to hidden content. Take Nike Football’s recent explosive fan growth, for example. The growth was spurred by Nike Football requiring fan page [...]

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Monitoring Facebook Keyword Activity & Status Updates with RSS feeds

Jun 07, 2010 No Comments by Michael

If your once clean and organized Facebook news feed is now a hodgepodge of Farmville updates, fortune cookie monikers, Mafia Wars updates, and other unnecessary notifications do yourself a favor and check out this tutorial. With simple RSS feeds, you can monitor your friends’ status updates, posts, notes, and your own personal notifications without actually [...]

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