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Google Bringing Fiber Internet to Southeast. What’s Next?

A much faster Internet is headed South this winter. Google has just announced expansion plans for Google Fiber. This is the company’s revolutionary Internet connection that Google once compared to a public utility. Dennis Kish, Google Fiber vice president, announced on the Fiber blog that this gigabit connection is coming to four metro areas, all in the Southeast U.S.: Atlanta, ... Read More »

30 Top Social Media Sites to Market Your Small Business Locally

The coming of social media has really been the game changer in the way we carry out business marketing and related activities. Their birth has made custom targeting of prospective customers a breeze. It has enhanced our ability to communicate directly with those we seek to reach. However, are all social media websites best for business use? Below we disclose ... Read More »

Facebook’s Early Christmas Gift: Advice on Managing Your Page

Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) has an early Christmas gift for small businesses this year — Facebook page moderation tips for the holiday season! Here’s an overview of Facebook’s top tips for Page owners and admins on how to manage Page content, moderate comments, prevent abusive activity and more: Facebook Page Moderation Tips These pointers are particularly important during the Christmas holiday season because it’s ... Read More »

How to Use the New Instagram Live

In the last few weeks, Instagram announced it was adding a live feature to its now popular Instagram stories — and it has. Live videos are already popping up on Instagram! The new feature allows users to stream real-time videos via Instagram Stories. But unlike Facebook Live and Periscope, Instagram Live videos aren’t hosted on the platform. They are immediately deleted ... Read More »

Now What? CEO Asks Users How to Improve Twitter

Has the future of Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) come down to this — asking users for ideas on how to grow? It seems so. On Thursday, Twitter CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey took to the site soliciting ideas for Twitter’s future. Follow jack ✔@jack Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what’s the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve ... Read More »

YouTube Ad Revenue Sharing Threatened by Facebook

Facebook has been increasing the priority of video sharing over the last year. And many of the videos shared come from YouTube. But this creates a bit of a problem for the producers of those videos. Once a video is downloaded from YouTube and uploaded to Facebook, the video’s creators no longer receive a share of the revenue being generated ... Read More »

3 Tips for Maximizing Your Social Security Benefits

Here are three tips to help you maximize your Social Security benefit amount. It seems like a simple equation. You pay money into Social Security during your working years. You get it back when you retire. And if you hold off past full retirement age, you get more. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. The reality is there are 2,728 core ... Read More »

15 Signs You Need a Social-Media Cleanse

Photo: Maskot | Getty Images The shiny red notifications. The ‘likes.’ The tags. Don’t kid yourself — you live for those little guys. But they’re nothing more than a digital high. Social media is fast becoming an addiction in our hyper-connected world, and it’s silently wrecking you. Maybe you don’t even realize how much you depend on those comments, shares and ... Read More »

Mohammed Shami hits back at social media trolls for wife’s photo

Mohammed Shami had come under criticism on social media for anti-Islamic behaviour. (Source: Facebook) Mohammed Shami became the latest victim of social media trolls and this is not for his display on the field of play or anything to do with his bowling as the seamer recovers from injury. But he came under the ire of social media trolls for posting ... Read More »

Everybody Lies on Social Media—Just Ask Bankruptcy Asset Hunters

ENLARGE Curtis James Jackson III, the rapper known as 50 Cent, arrived at a federal courthouse in New Haven, Conn., to attend a bankruptcy-court proceeding in 2015. PHOTO: MICHELLE MCLOUGHLIN FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL By KATY STECH Dec. 26, 2016 10:49 a.m. ET 39 COMMENTS This October, when Ido Alexander saw photos a young man had posted on social ... Read More »