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Month: March 2014

How to Stop Facebook Videos from Autoplaying

If you’re tired of Facebook videos playing automatically on your facebook feed, there are some easy ways to stop it using the settings on your phone or your browser. Unfortunately, there’s currently nothing in the Facebook settings to manage the account independently On your iPhone Autoplaying videos can eat up...

Facebook Insights – What Does It All Mean?

Digital Marketing is filled with obscure terms and jargon (CTR, SEO, conversions, web architecture…*) and Facebook’s Insights are no different. Insights offer useful information about your page, who is using it, and how well people are engaging and interacting with your content. While you can look at how many people...

Beyond Updates: What are the Benefits of Blogging?

Regardless of your personal interests or age, it’s likely that you’ve read a blog. 8 out of 10 people read blogs and, as a result, they expect businesses to have them. Blogging is huge; 27,000,000 pieces of content are shared every day on the internet and are read by 329,000,000...
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Google Showing “Temporarily Closed” for Schools and Businesses
In response to the global pandemic, Google Search and Maps is displaying whether a school, business or other corporation is temporarily closed. In some cases, for instance when a school is open for children of key workers, this information may not be completely correct. With this in mind,  it’s of...
3 Trends To Help Plan Your Social Media Strategy
Whether you are putting together a new social media strategy for your business or updating an existing one, it is important to research current trends and successful industry content. Here are three social media trends you should know about in order to create a successful 2020 strategy… Dark Social Social...
Why Your Website Should Not Be Running on HTTP
As well as providing crucial security and data integrity for both your website and the personal information of your users, HTTPS is a requirement for many recent browser features, especially those necessary for advanced web apps. In fact, it is sometimes referred to as “secure HTTP”. Even if your website does...