As you might already have heard, Facebook announced this fall they are going to stop using their proprietary code used for page “tabs” called FBML and moving towards iframes. We’ve been getting a lot of panicked emails asking if their pages will break when Facebook finally drops the flag on these pages. The good news… Read More


If you follow us on Twitter you’ve already seen the notice from WordPress that a critical update was just released. So, what does this mean and what do you need to do if you have a WordPress blog? What’s the problem? This update fixes a vulnerability in WordPress’s coding that could allow a hacker to… Read More


I’m not the first to say Twitter is a fantastic search engine traffic booster.  A link in Twitter shared by your friends and re-tweeted by others can drive a bunch of traffic if carefully worded. But here’s the thing. Traffic doesn’t do you any good at all if when we get to the page we… Read More


The holiday season is upon us, and the days following December 25 tends to be slow for most people. That makes it a perfect time to take stock in your online presence. When was the last time you updated your web site? What social sites did you join and then never use? I know, I… Read More


I’m always on the hunt for a new Twitter app, or a new iPhone app and I download and test a ton of ’em and share them with my friends and clients. But I don’t review very many. This one is different. It’s called “TweetAgora” and it can do a lot of the things I… Read More


I don’t think it’s a good idea to post your Twitter stream to your Facebook page automatically. It confuses people who don’t tweet and a lot of the time it just doesn’t make sense to see your tweets out of contest. “Thanks for that Joe!” is confusing if not annoying unless someone is sufficiently interested… Read More


Foursquare is a geo-location app that allows a user to “check in” at locations they visit. This can be a grocery store, the local park, or a restaurant. Just about anywhere is fair game! Of course some people use it to check in EVERYWHERE they go, which seems a little silly, and worse yet they… Read More


There had been a lot of buzz about Facebook rolling out a new email client, whether it was going to be a Gmail killer and a whole bunch of other speculation, but in the long run it’s really an extension of their existing messaging system, not email. Facebook’s Zuckerberg says This is NOT email, “Email’s… Read More


Do you know about Paper.li yet? This is a pretty cool service that works with Twitter to pull the information posted in your network into one easy to read online newspaper with a summary of links, videos and images shared by the people in your network. What a great way to feature those people who… Read More


Listen, listen, listen. The most important thing we can teach you here about social media is to LISTEN. Listen for conversations you can engage in. Listen to your customers to find out why your service isn’t as good as they expected or to see just how much your clients love you. Listen to what you… Read More


Wiki’s are one of the oldest forms of collective content development on the web. You’ve probably heard of Wikipedia and it’s an excellent example of the beauties and the dark side of Wikis. In fact, Wikipedia is such an amazing resource that many credit the failure of MSN’s Encarta project to the ready information available… Read More


Did you know that Facebook recently consolidated all the administrative functions for your Facebook Fan page in one easy to use interface? Yep. They did. Here’s a quick video overview of what’s under the hood. To get there, click “Edit Page” on any Facebook page you manage and voila! you’ll see all your admin functions… Read More