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The Weekly Bias: Instagram Simplifies Advertising and Facebook Notes Make A Comeback

Written by Rachel Majors.  There’s never a lack of social media news. Let us know what you think in the comments! Facebook Notes Are Back In Action  Facebook Notes are back. What are Facebook Notes you ask? The long form content option Facebook offered before a post could be 60,000 characters. You might remember it…

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Best Practices for Twitter

Download the PDF here Twitter is the oft-neglected powerhouse of the top social-media networks. To be fair, it is difficult to stand out in the noise of Twitter. Even people and brands who post regularly can see their best content fly through newsfeeds too fast to achieve any meaningful engagement. Many brands, unfortunately, compare the…

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The Weekly Bias: Google gives up on Google+ and is looking at Twitter

Written by Rachel Majors There’s never a dull moment in social news and we’re determined to keep you updated. Here’s what’s going on this week. Let us know what you think in the comments. Facebook Is Adding Customer Service Options For Brands Facebook continues to improve customer service options for brands. Users will now be…

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The Weekly Bias: Prime Shopping & Millennials

Written by Rachel Majors The weather is hot and so is this week’s social media news! Let us know what you think in the comments. Today Is A Prime Day to Shop On Amazon Amazon Prime Day, a global shopping event, is taking place online today, July 15. Amazon is offering Prime members “more deals…

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The Weekly Bias: Yet Another Stand-Alone Facebook App

Written by Rachel Majors A news week where Donald Trump announces that he’s running for president with the line, “I’m really rich” can get pretty interesting. If you’re trying to ignore that news, we have the latest in social media for you. Let us know what you think in the comments below. Pinterest adds new…

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Periscope and Meerkat: Is Live Streaming Boring?

Written by Sam Freeze After bursting onto the scene in a frenzy at the 2015 SXSW, expectations for the live video streaming apps Meerkat and Periscope have since become more realistic. Hailed as the next big thing in social media apps, live video streaming offers a unique angle on real-time event screening as well as…

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The Weekly Bias: Google and Twitter Team Up

Written by Rachel Majors Event features, video ads, Twitter mobile searches…oh my! Here’s what’s going on the world of social media this week. Let us know what other social topics you found interesting in the comments below. Facebook is working to improve events feature Facebook events should be getting more user-friendly in the next few…

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Should Bloggers Use Meerkat & Periscope?

Written by Heather Buen  As a blogger for the last 5 years, I’ve found we are typically at the forefront of many of the newest ways to create content for our readers. Video and Vlogging is quickly becoming an important part of the content mix for bloggers. If you haven’t started exploring video content or producing…

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The Weekly Bias: Google’s Mobile Search, Twitter’s DM’s and FB’s News Feed

Perhaps the biggest news for the week is that a Full House spinoff is definitely happening. If that doesn’t interest you, then here are a few topics that may. We’d love to know what you found important in the social news in the comments below. Google boosts ranks of mobile-friendly pages on mobile search With…

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