“Find your niche”: Thoughts from the Pittsburgh Women Bloggers panel

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Back in June, I spoke on a panel of Pittsburgh-based women bloggers put together by NAWBO of Greater Pittsburgh (National Association of Women Business Owners). The panel included a great mix of savvy women: R’Chelle Mullins of Creatively Yours by Ro Media and fashion stylist Suzanne Mauro Mercedes Howze, the Movie Scene Queen Heather Hopson of Diary of a First … Read More

What to do now that Facebook won’t let you force people to like your page

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The folks at ShortStack — a service that helps you create apps and interesting things on Facebook Pages — have some excellent thoughts on what Facebook’s decision to ban fan-gating on Pages, and tips for how to adjust your Page. At ShortStack we have over 350,000 customers, all of whom are Facebook Page Admins. I’m always analyzing the data from … Read More

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Pictures + words = better social sharing

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You’ve seen them: pictures with words embedded in them, and words presented as images. They’re everywhere across the web. Some are memes, but more are quotes, advice, and inspirational sayings. Education is every day and everywhere, the only thing you have to pay is attention. – Tim Fargo #quote pic.twitter.com/OFX2FLwzuZ — Tim Fargo (@alphabetsuccess) June 9, 2014 People identify with quotes and jokes … Read More

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How mobile is your website?

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Have you looked at your website on a smartphone or a tablet? How does it look? It might be that you can see the whole of your site, with the logo and all the home page images visible, all shrunk down to fit the little screen. And maybe when you see this, you think, “It’s all there. It’s fine!” But … Read More

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