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September 30, 2011

Facebook Tabs will be Removed Completely

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You spent hours googling it.

You ignored your family to conquer it.

You made extra runs to Starbucks to stay up all night learning it.

Now Facebook is removing all of these custom fan page tabs.

Click to read how you can save your tabs in under 30 seconds…

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September 22, 2011

Facebook Releases Stunning New Profile Design: Timeline- The Story of Your Life [VIDEO]

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Facebook announced another major change today at its f8 developer conference.

“This is the heart of the Facebook experience, completely rethought from the ground up. We’re calling it ‘Timeline,” said Zuckerberg, “Timeline is the story of your life: all your stories, all your apps and a new way to express who you are.”

And with that, Timeline was launched with these major features….

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September 22, 2011

Facebook Changes F8: 3 Ways Social was Just Re-Defined in under 30 seconds

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Your Facebook profile is about to change dramatically. Hang tight, we’ll get you caught up in under 30 seconds. Mark Zuckerberg nervously laughed:  “Facebook, for the first time last month, had 500 million people using it on a single day”. He then shared “Facebook has over 800 million users” and that the “Next 5 years will be focused on engagement now that the network is established.” Facebook is launching 3 things today that are totally going to re-define social. Hit “Click to Continue” to get caugh up in under 30 seconds. The biggest change is… Read More

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September 21, 2011

The New Facebook: 6 Things you Need to Know

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Fellow Lujurian, Kevin McNulty, here to talk you down off the proverbial ledge.

Some freaky stuff happened over night to your Facebook profile, and you may be starting to twitch a little about this time.

So far, for each of the following Facebook changes announced on their blog, about 20, 000 people have posted responses complaining about the changes.  That sounds like a lot until I tell you that 748,980,000 people didn’t complain.  In other words, it’s this all over again.

Click “Click to Continue” to get updated in under 5 minutes…

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September 21, 2011

News Feed Changes: The #1 Thing Fan Pages Must Do

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Are blue corners about to rule the online web? Time will tell. Facebook has given you the power to rank news feed items based on what you think is a top story.

Personally, I am a die-hard Redskins Fan so all skins stories are Top Stories in my world. Heck, if Popcorn at FedEx costs less on a Monday night game, I’ll blue mark that bad boy. It’s a Top Story.

Being serious, the new news feed updates Facebook has made destroys the #1 rule brands have used in the past to get exposure: Get engagement on updates to move up the news feed.

It doesn’t work anymore….

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September 21, 2011

What Makes a Facebook Top Story?

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Dear Facebook, how do you know what I care about most?

O yes, of course. You own all my data.

You know that I am a mommas boy.

You could probably even predict what I am doing right now and what I want to read about.

Enter Top Stories….

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August 31, 2011

Facebook Updates that will Change How You Share

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It feels like everyday Facebook is rolling out features to bully other social networks from stepping into their space. Yesterday was no different.

Google+ hit the ball out of the park with Hangouts (group video chat) and Circles(groups of friends), and  Facebook first countered by partnering with Skype to bring video chat to the platform.

But this is what most people don’t realize…

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