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A quick look at targeting your Facebook page posts

Louise Brown writes a really helpful post for anyone who manages a corporate Facebook page – and wants to know more about the Targeting Posts feature. Louise offers a step by step guide to setting up this feature. A quick look at

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Where is your Social Media party?

I really enjoyed this post by first time contributor Andy Johnson. Andy looks at different social media platforms of Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and blogging and compares them to different rooms at a really good house party. Which room would you be socialising and networking

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Facebook: To be or not to be

Karen Hart is wondering whether 2013 will be the year to leave Facebook in ‘Facebook: to be or not to be‘. Facebook: To be or not to be by Karen Hart

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Death of a party

Go to the end of Sarah Lay’s post to find a link to a YouTube video that you could listen to whilst reading her post about whether your organisation should still use Facebook now its new EdgeRank algorithm restricts views. Death

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Instagram v Facebook – a socmed off for marketers

Janet shares a couple of infogram/graphics that she found recently that compares the two socmed platforms. Instagram v Facebook – a socmed off for marketers by Janet Harkin

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Local social media usage: 4 months on

In the summer Mark Braggins began looking at how to gather very local information on social media usage in Hampshire. Mark also shared stats on Facebook usage for the area. In this post Mark updates us on the stats for

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BOW SKILLS: 37 skills, abilities and platforms for today’s comms person

Dan Slee has been counting things again and has found 37 useful things that comms people (and those who have an element of this in their job or voluntary work) would find useful or essential. BOW SKILLS: 37 skills, abilities

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