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Real World Share Code

Straight from www.toyota.com/tundraendeavour, Here is some share code. Why did I ‘share’ this with you? Look at the first link – the one for facebook. That will show you how to not only share, but prescribe the link image and the copy rather than having Facebook randomly select incomplete copy or text. Especially important if your page is all video
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Facebook Pages Timeline Migration Guide

On March 30, 2012 all Facebook pages will automatically get the new timeline design. Don’t Panic. There is time. First off, if you are having a good return on your page investment, carry on as usual. The addition of the timeline gives a few new items, takes some others away, but in general pulls together a lot of changes in
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Q & A: How will the country’s copyright laws affect Canadians?

This article first appeared in Global News : Global Edmonton TORONTO – On Jan. 19, Canadians watched in awe as key players in the digital world – Wikipedia, Wired, WordPress and Mozilla to name a few – orchestrated what has been dubbed the “largest protest in history.” The tech companies teamed up in an effort to raise awareness about two
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From Hubspot http://bit.ly/szGChF

10 Quick Facts About Google+

On January 19th, Google+ hit 90 million users. So a little focus on that platform is probably needed this week as mostly I have talked about Facebook. I really could not make the points that the title indicates any clearer, so am sharing a page from a great paper from HubSpot – How to Use Google+ for Business.

Posting a Link without an Ugly URL

All too often in Facebook I see posts as the following format.   There is wasted opportunity by posting in this manner and also the inclusion of the URL is just plain ugly. Facebook has not made it easy to figure out, but you can make this a lot better.  Not to mention I don’t even see the post title
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Keeping within the Platform’s Guidelines.

All major social platforms have their own usage guidelines. The following is some themes that emerge on the major social platforms.  Of course it is always due diligence to read the actual guidelines on each platform’s website. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/terms.php Twitter: http://t.co/nY4u5Nf Brand Guidelines: – Twitter: Offers “Verified Account” badges for accounts and “Promoted” badges for accounts, tweets and trends. These
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