The reason for today’s article is that the beloved Google Reader service is being terminated on the 1st July, this was in our opinion the best way to read any RSS feeds that you’re subscribed to.
We’ve looked into the alternatives and decided to go with Feedly, which has a similar layout to that of Google Reader.
The transfer was really simple, Read more »
If you’ve attended one of our social media seminars then you’ll know about setting up a Google Alert to tune in to what’s being said about your business.
It’s so important to listen to social media and interact with the conversation, not simply broadcast messages.
Remember the analogy about Read more »
We’d recommend updating your business YouTube channel to the new version available, known as One Channel.
The main reason for this, is that you can link directly not just back to your website but also up to 4 of your other social media pages. Read more »
Have you noticed the yellow flag pages feed that is in the left hand side menu of your Facebook profile page? If you like pages, this is where you can see the recent updates from the pages that you have liked. Previously this information appeared in your news feed depending upon how often you interacted with the page. If you can’t see this yet, don’t worry, Facebook is slowly rolling the update out to users from the 14th November 2012.
If you’re not seeing information updates from pages you’d like to read, then hover over the “Liked” button on their page, you have three options available: Read more »
Facebook have started taking action against users with false identities as part of their integrity crackdown on page likes.
Back in August Facebook explained if that a like that doesn’t come from somebody who is truly interested in a page, then it benefits no one. They warned of an increase in automated efforts to remove false likes so that people authentically connect to pages that they care about.
We all know that building page likes takes time and effort, so it’s good then, that action is being taken against those pages who Read more »
Facebook have rolled out a new update today, the change means that your contact email displayed for your profile will have been replaced with an address for you @facebook.com
We believe that every business should have a website.
In this day and age when anyone wants to know anything they search for it online either by using a search engine such as Google or by asking their friends on social media. If you don’t have a website, you’re not part of this conversation, and you are definitely missing opportunities to do business.
We can offer to design you a simple 5 page website in English for a one off fee of €250. Read more »
I was asked recently where you could find a list of people who are fans of your Facebook page, simple you might think!
It takes a few clicks, you can see this from your profile or when logged in as your Facebook page.
1. Click the link "like this" which is shown under the number of fans.
2. You will be taken to your Insights section, look for the small "see likes" link on the right hand side where it says "People Who Like Your Page (Demographics and Location" Read more »
Foursquare has not really hit Lanzarote as yet but there are a few social media entrepreneurs here trying to educate the island as to the benefits.
If you are one of the many who created a profile for your business instead of a page then Facebook are currently allowing you to convert your existing details and friends over to a page.