Facebook Makes Tweaks to the Timeline!

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Social media has many caveats.  With frequent updates and resurfacing content, social media changes rapidly.  Be sure to keep up on the most pressing and intriguing issues to help you master the art of social media.  Using social media is one thing but using it well is the key to online success.  Stay updated and stay informed with the latest social media news.


Having a strong audience is important for your brand to survive.  Sometimes its best to build a little content up before you launch your social media campaign that way its full of good content once its operational.  This can help attract fans that would have other wise left if no material was visible.  There are plenty of other ways to build an audience for your online community before it even launches.  See how to strengthen your audience.

Zuckerberg-centerReady for some more design tweaks to your Timeline? If not, watch out. Facebook is experimenting with some significant changes that are already showing up for a small number of users — and may roll out to the masses very soon.  See whats in store.


Instagram completely turned off support for Twitter Cards technology.  While users can still post links to their Instagram photos on Twitter, they’ll no longer be able to view Instagram photos from within the Twitter stream across both the Twitter Web site and mobile apps. Read the full story.



Facebook for some is a way to keep up on the latest from what their friends and family are doing. Its a way to browse pictures and like and comment on ones that you find interesting.  For some, Facebook is and entirely different story.  Here are the stories of how Facebook has done something more for its users.  See what’s happening.


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