If you post, you want to be seen. However, like everything in our increasingly complex world, it’s not as simple as merely typing and pressing ‘post’. Facebook uses the EdgeRank algorithm to show, or hide updates from fans depending on numerous factors. In fact, according to PageLever only around 7 per cent of posts reach [...]Read More
There are no short cuts in life and this has been especially true as regards SEO. Of course, though we would like to say otherwise, social media follows the same rules as the aforementioned and is better achieved through ethical manners. The notion of buying Likes and followers for social media has spiralled in the [...]Read More facebook, fake likes, fake likes malware. fake facebook accounts
There’s a lot of room to irritate people in the social sphere; especially if you are coming up on their Facebook newsfeeds on a daily basis and then lingering around, thanks to good EdgeRank rankings. Facebook can be a prime target for irritating behaviour and can result in people getting a daily cringe, each time [...]Read More 7 deadly sins of Facebook, edgerank, facebook, twitter, Websearch SEO
As we’re often only reminded when something of major significance happens – the Internet is somewhat like the Wild West as regards rule and law. There are certainly black and white areas, though still 50 shades of grey too. Though it’s quite free, there are still a number of things to most definitely watch out [...]Read More facebook, facebook account information, online, online defamation, online legal risks, social media, twitter
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