Twitter’s new ‘do


Unless you’ve been completely distracted by the fresh spring air this week, you probably noticed something interesting happening on Twitter (beyond the usual barrage of interesting updates from all your favorite microblogging tweeps, that is). Twitter has a whole new look! Twitter’s new look seems to be for all those Facebook users who just can’t […]

LinkedIn: Goodbye Products and Services


Facebook isn’t the only one making changes to its layout and brand page offerings. LinkedIn recently announced that it is changing its Company Pages as of April 14, 2014.LinkedIn has decided to remove the Product and Services tab; companies will no longer be able to utilize that area to list their offerings (until that date, […]

Facebook Pages update: New layout


Yep. Another update. But, like the reach update earlier this month, this one is beneficial. Facebook is currently rolling out a new look for Pages and it is more logical and user-friendly than the old one. The following changes will be coming soon to your Facebook Page: New feature: Pages to Watch This addition is […]

Facebook buttons get a facelift


Will Facebook seem as friendly when it’s not giving us all those thumbs-up? We’re about to find out. That’s right, the thumb is going away. The Facebook thumb is embedded on 7.5 million websites. It is probably seen an average of 22 billion times every day. Facebook ‘Like’ and ‘Share’ buttons on websites are an […]

Print is not dead


Why is everyone always attempting to hold funerals for old forms of communication? Just because we can communicate online doesn’t mean we don’t do it on paper anymore. I mean, did bicycles or horses disappear when the automobile became mainstream? No. Print communications are actually a lot like horses and bicycles because with all three, […]