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With the advent of more and more ways of scamming, coining new phrases to explain them needs to keep up. In this article we explain what some of the terms mean and also how to you spot the signs and how you can avoid falling victim to them. Be aware that criminals are combining methods to build up detailed profiles of victims that they can use.

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Many small businesses struggle with how to start using social media to promote themselves. Although you may see competitors and similar businesses to yours gaining likes and generally doing well on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other platforms it’s not always easy to work out what you should be doing for your business. Here are a few steps that should lead you down the right path for your venture into the wonderful world of social media marketing…

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Twitter are up to it again folks... They've been spotted testing changes in the wild to one of the features that sets it apart from main rival Facebook: the reverse-chronological feed. Although we've been getting more and more used to seeing promoted posts as part of our Tweeting experience the main view has, up to now, shown us most recent posts f...

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It's official, Christmas is here! John Lewis have launched their 2015 Christmas campaign, Man on The Moon, and reactions have already been flooding on Twitter. The TV ad was launched just before 8am on Friday 6th November and is also set to air during prime time shows Gogglebox and The X Factor this weekend to an audience of millions. It all start...

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On the evening of Monday 28th September 2015, for the second time in less than a week, Facebook users were greeted with a “Sorry, something went wrong” message when trying to access the social networking site. We all know that downtime isn't ideal for any website, but the problem becomes serious when you're the 2nd most visited domain in the world...

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The recent news coming out of Twitter's San Francisco head office hasn't made pretty reading of late. User growth has stagnated, they're struggling to find a new CEO and share prices in the company are falling. Once revered as the network to take on Facebook, and even referenced as an integral tool to the growth of free speech within dictatorship r...

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Google has announced that it is to rethink its social offering, Google+, in a blog post published yesterday. Google+ has to this point been an integral part of the Google experience, with profiles required for all accounts for access to key services including Gmail and YouTube. But with so many vacant Google+ profiles and a wealth of feedback from...

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A new social media study by Buffer, the largest of its kind, has discovered that the best time to generate more Twitter traffic is in the early hours of the morning. The social software website analysed more than 4.8 million tweets from its vast user base to uncover both the best time to tweet, and the time of the day that's most popular for tweeti...

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Twitter has been the centre of a lot of media attention of late as the company ups its search for a new CEO. Current head Dick Costolo is set to step down next week after years of stalled user growth with co-founder Jack Dorsey taking over in the short term, and the message to investors is that the hunt is running at a frantic pace to replace Costo...

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A new study has found that UK professionals are falling behind when it comes to social media appreciation and attitude towards social networking. Scredible, an education technology provider, conducted a survey of 1,000 professionals from the UK and US aged between 20 and 45 and discovered that nearly half (47%) of UK respondents believe there is to...

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