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Branded Facebook Timeline Covers: 10 of the best (so far)

Posted on 01. Mar, 2012 by .

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Facebook Timeline for brands has only recently been announced but already some brands and organisations have embraced it and updated their Facebook brand pages accordingly. The launch has been widely covered and many have already commented on what it means and why there is the usual outcry when change takes place. I am not here [...]

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Twitter for Brands

Twitter brings brand pages to life

Posted on 08. Feb, 2012 by .

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Twitter has began rolling out its newest development: custom pages for brands. The company announced the changes in a statement last December, but Thursday 2nd February saw the unveiling of Twitter’s brand pages among a handful of brands.

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No. 22 – SEO Advent Tip

Posted on 22. Dec, 2011 by .

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Day 22 of the bigmouthmedia SEO Advent Calendar. You can read day 21 here. In What Way Will Google+ Affect SEO? We’re almost at the end of our SEO Advent Calendar and we thought it apt to dedicate a post to a potentially mighty force that has edged its way into our lives of late [...]

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What can we expect from brand pages in Google+?

What can we expect from brand pages in Google+?

Posted on 04. Oct, 2011 by .

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Google+ launched to much excitement amongst early adopters, but speculation is starting to rise as to when Google will launch pages and features for brands. The current line from Google is ‘[they] can’t announce a launch date yet, but want to make them *great*, and are coding as fast as they can’ so while we sit [...]

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Six controversial affiliate tricks to watch out for

Posted on 08. Aug, 2011 by .

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In last year’s affiliate survey (warning, PDF link) 72% of respondents thought UK networks had a problem with fraudulent traffic. That’s a high figure considering the UK is, arguably, the most advanced affiliate market in the world. The issue of dirty tactics is the limelight again following on from the New Scientist’s report that some [...]

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