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Facebook #hashtags Facebook recently announced that they are adopting #hashtags to enable their users to easily find and join threads of conversation.
Posted by Holly Stibbon
Twitter Feed Stopped Working? A whole host of Twitter feeds on websites across the world stopped working recently - Why?
Posted by Holly Stibbon
Twitter for Small Business The majority of people know about Twitter but unless they use it, most are unsure how it works. There are many people who sign up to Twitter because everybody is on it and they feel they should be but again don't understand how it works. We're here to tell you it is simple, easy and very powerful in the right hands. Whereas Facebook is only really suitable for businesses who want to reach the consumer, Twitter should be used by all businesses big or small. That is until the next big thing arrives and we all have to start again.
Posted by David Tilyer
Facebook for Small Business Facebook is a big deal but you probably already know that. To put it into context, there are around two billion people on the internet today, 850 million of them are on Facebook. The only other site that can boast more unique users is Google.
Posted by David Tilyer
Social Media for Small Business It would seem that the world and his wife is always tweeting, liking, poking and living their life in cyberspace. But what does that mean to you? Can you use these modern mediums to reach new customers and expand your digital presence? The answer is probably yes.
Posted by David Tilyer
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