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Why You Should Automate Menial Social Media Activity by Using IFTTT
October 21st, 2014 by Mike Krass
A how-to guide to use If This Then That (IFTTT) to automatically post your favorite stories to social media accounts and boost social activity and engagement.

Does Anyone Want a More Relevant Twitter Feed?
October 20th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
“We’re working to show you better, more relevant content” is perhaps the most dreaded phrase in social media. Just hearing it from your social media platform of choice is enough to trigger an eye roll. So, not surprisingly, Twitter’s recent announcement that it will be tweaking with the feed has many users annoyed.
Snapchat's First Ad Frightens
October 20th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
The proliferation of sponsored ads and messages within digital and social media is no longer a surprise. What is a surprise is when one comes across something in digital and social media that does not contain an ad of some sort. Ads and messages are literally everywhere, and can be quite sneaky.
#FanGate Takes Center Stage at Florida Governor’s Debate
October 17th, 2014 by Jennifer Graber
The election season is upon us. Television programs are interspersed with political commercials attacking candidates. We also cannot go one day without telemarketing calls touting political parties. This season also means it is time for televised debates. It is a time for candidates to duke it out on important issues that affect our communities, states, and the nation.
HBO Launching Standalone Service
October 17th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
For all of those who have left cable and satellite television behind, HBO’s announcement to sell its service online in 2015 is great news. For years, many have complained about the high cost of cable, yet it’s hard to give up because of the quality shows airing on some cable channels.
Facebook's Year of Birth Not Working for 114-Year-Old
October 15th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
When you get to be 114 years old, you would think you wouldn’t have a need to lie about your age. Not so for Anna Stoehr. The 114-year-old woman had to lie about age in order to join Facebook. Facebook’s age count tops out at 99 years, well shy of Stoehr’s age.
Snapchat Hacked...Again
October 14th, 2014 by Jessica Cherok
Once again, Snapchat is in the news for a massive hacking of their supposedly deleted photos. The company originally tried to deny there was any validity to 4chan’s threat to post photos online, calling the entire thing a hoax. Turns out it wasn’t a hoax. On Sunday, 98,000 photos and videos from Snapchat were uploaded.
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