First Glance at a Pinterest Redesign

Pinterest has just announced on their blog they will be experimenting with a new look using a small group of people who sign up as testers. They are not moving away from the gridded style that so many have become familiar with – and so many have tried to emulate; instead they are looking to […]

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The New Facebook Design?

Do we have a new Facebook? Well … sort of, in conceptual theory. Facebook, as one of the biggest online social network has been a part of people’s lives for the past years and for more years to come. That is why every single change on the site from now and then will either freak […]

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Integrity of Facebook Threatened By Fake Pages

How and Why False Flag Pages Are Facebook’s Biggest Threat in 2013 For the past few years there have been few things that have enthralled the digital marketing world in more of a zealous, focused kind of frenzy than Facebook fan pages. After all, for a brand, agency, musician or even event organizer there are […]

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Your Facebook Page Sucks

It has been one year since you launched your Facebook page and you still have a very low number of likes but most importantly none of your fans are talking about your brand. Before we move on, you need to understand that it takes time for your social media investment to realize any return; this […]

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The 20% Rule for Facebook Cover Images and Ads

Beginning on January 15th 2013, Facebook will be making some changes to their text overlay policies for cover photos and Page post ads and sponsored stories in the newsfeed. The gist of these changes is that you can’t promote images with more than 20% text in them as page post ads, sponsored stories, or cover […]

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Pins (and Sex) Shouldn’t Be Scheduled

Some things are just better left unscheduled, like sex and pins on Pinterest. Like sex, pins are so much better when done at the “spur of the moment”. In Somebody’s opinion, Pinterest was not created to “schedule” pins. This post will look at a few “wishes” for pinners on Pinterest, with a focus on the […]

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6 Savvy Secrets for a Successful Pin (Pinterest)

Can Pinterest simplify your social life? Every company on the planet is looking for a cheap and effective way to get their message, product or service into people’s minds. It’s the natural way of thinking for an entrepreneur, but sometimes finding those outlets can be a challenge. There is simply no easy way of marketing your […]

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Infographic: The Sacred “Like Us”

Only five years ago, the term “like” was just another word used to describe one’s preferences. In today’s digital universe, however, the notion of “liking” something has become ubiquitous. The like button, which Somebody will address today, is a feature of social networking giant Facebook, where users can like content such as status updates, comments, […]

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The Visual Debate: Facebook vs. Pinterest

Visual content has become one of the most desirable types of content – because it’s so darn easy to consume. But it’s not enough to just create beautiful, funny, engaging visual content … marketers are now wondering where the best place to promote that visual content is. Just about every major social network allows marketers […]

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