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What Are Others Doing With Small Business Social Media?

Here’s a great infographic, courtesy of VerticalResponse.com, that provides some statistics and insight as to how much time and money small businesses are spending on small business social media marketing.

 
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How To Change Your Facebook Email Back To Your Own

Facebook this morning changed your default email address to be theirs, rather than yours. This means if you send an email to someone it will come from “you”@facebook.com. Check Your Settings – Click on your name at the top right of Facebook to go to your profile. – Now in the top middle of the

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Facebook Timeline For Mobile Web and Android

Facebook has released Timeline to the entire world, and now you can access some of its features from Facebook for Android 1.8.1 and the HTML5 mobile site m.facebook.com. You can scroll through Timeline posts, photos, and third-party app activity reports. Sometimes you can open the apps themselves. However you cannot change the privacy settings of your

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Facebook For Android Has More Users Than iPhone

For the first time, the Facebook for Android mobile app has eclipsed the daily active user count of Facebook for iPhone. The Android app launched in September 2009 more than a year after the iPhone app. Both are developed by Facebook and the Android app this week started to pull away with 58.3 million DAU

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How to Change Your Twitter Profile Picture

You’ve set up a Twitter account and have started tweeting – but how do you change from that ugly egg shell to something more personal?   That colored egg is your twitter profile picture and it’s what you get by default.

 
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The End of Google Buzz

Did you use Google Buzz? Do you know anyone who did – or still does? Probably not. Google Buzz, launched in Feb 2010 as a competitor to Twitter, is now being shut down. The death bell was first rung when Google + launched this past June and Google has now made it official. Google Buzz

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Twitter users are everywhere and tweet by phone most of the…

Twitter users are everywhere and tweet by phone most of the time. This sign is funny now but also semi-serious. How many of us, in the back of our minds, would consider taking the photo and/or providing minute-by-minute tweets of the situation? Be honest folks – would you tweet?

 
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File Sharing sites found to be unsafe

Researchers from Belgium and France have discovered that “a significant percentage” of the top 100 file sharing sites allow unauthorized access. File sharing sites sites such RapidShare, FileFactory, and Easyshare, provide file sharing by using supposedly random secret URL’s for the share page that cannot be guessed. It has been proven, however, that in fact you can guess the

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Facebook Instant Personalization

Facebook Instant Personalization Here we go again Today Facebook released “Instant Personalization”, a feature that allows granted Facebook partners to use your public information in your Facebook profile and use it to personalize their own pages. This would be websites like the Bing search engine, Pandora, and Yelp, that can use your name, picture, gender,

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