Social Media Updates: September Round-up

It's been a busy month for tech as many innovations and updates were released for the past few weeks. Social media joined that scene, too. September was full of exciting changes for almost every social media platform there is. Here

Making a Sincere Campaign This Pride Month

Pride Month is here - and brands are kickstarting their campaign all over social media. This is one of the best months you should campaign for. It is for a greater cause and it is a fight that everybody should

The Pros and Cons of Facebook’s Messaging Integration

How many messaging apps do you currently have on your phone? Do you feel it is becoming too cumbersome maintaining all those? Don't you wish messaging integration would be a thing? It would surely solve everything, don't you think? During the

Facebook Stories is Adding a Call-to-Action Button Soon

Call-to-Action straight in your Facebook Stories? Yes, that's a possibility now. Facebook is trying to brew up something new for Facebook Pages out there, especially those who love to use Stories as part of their online marketing strategy. They are

Social Media as a News Source: Potentials and Pitfalls

It’s official! Social media has now risen above newspapers as a source of news for Americans. In a recent study released by Pew Research Center, 20% of American adults now turn to social media to get news compared to the

Five Tips to Create a Strong Online Presence in Facebook for your Business

Business advertising used to be very expensive during the times when popular media platforms were newspaper, radio and television. It was quite impossible for small businesses to publish a business-related advertisement because the rates were not affordable. But with the

Finally! Facebook Allows You To Filter Your Feed Using Keywords

  Don't you just hate spoilers?   How about people who just keeps on talking and posting about things you don't even care?   Or those posts that are just too hypocritical for you?   We get it. Sometimes, there

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Facebook is Looking Into an ‘Unsend’ Option for Messenger

  The word's out. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has indeed deleted some of his messages sent to recipients on Messenger. While this is not possible for others, it is for Zuckerberg. Guess being CEO has a lot of perks, right?

Facebook’s Security Breach and What It Could Mean to Users

  The past week must have been a busy week in the Facebook HQ. After all, any news on data and privacy breach on the biggest social media platform is a huge blow. With billions of users and their respective

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A Thumbs Down on Facebook’s Test on Downvoting Comments

Facebook has always kept their environment as healthy and positive as possible. While this may not be mostly in their control, they do everything they have in their power to maintain that within their platform.   For example, when people

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Beating the New Facebook Algorithm

  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced last month that there will be changes in Facebook's algorithm. Most specifically, with what the people can see in their news feeds.   According to Zuckerberg, they want people to see more of their

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Facebook is Testing a Resume Feature and What This Could Mean to You

Long gone are the days that you have to personally walk in and submit job applications. For years, technology made sure that it would be convenient to both the applicant and the employer to find a perfect match. Job search

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Facebook Snooze: Good or Bad Idea?

Last month, Facebook rolled out a snooze feature available to some users.   This feature would allow you to 'snooze' a specific person, pages, or group instead of unfollowing, unfriended, or completely unblocking them. This means that you can put