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Businesses Scrambling To Find New Ways To Make An Impression On Facebook Users

The ability of brands and businesses to get their content in front of Facebook users is rapidly declining, so the company took to its blog explain why.


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Instagram Takes On Vine With New Video Sharing Tool

The popular photo sharing app Instagram, owned by Facebook, is taking a swipe at Twitter’s Vine App by launching their own video sharing tool.


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Expert Says ‘Vine’ Mini-Videos Give Retailers A New Avenue For Online Marketing

Some brands are now using the six-second video sharing app to both promote their products and showcase their creativity.


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Details Still Sketchy on Twitter’s New Music-Community App

After weeks of rumors, Twitter quietly started a limited rollout of a new music feature that is expected to use the listening habits of users’ friends and contacts to recommend music.


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Philadelphia Councilman Defends Spending Thousands For ‘Tweets,’ Facebooking

Councilman-at-large Jim Kenney hired a Philadelphia-based company called Chatterblast. The cost was $28,000, paid for by taxpayers.


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New iPhone App Creates Fun Photos Of Your Dog In Addition To Helping Shelters

The new iPhone application, CoverPuppy, allows dog owners to show off pictures of their pets in style while a portion of the proceeds benefits the ASPCA.