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Facebook’s New Update 2016: Promising Future in Tech

Facebook’s New Update 2016 look promising for tech and social media. Facebook has announced their 10 year plan at a keynote event. As social media advances, everyone wants to know if Facebook will be relevant in the future of advancing platforms such as Snapchat. Whether people believe that Facebook will continue being the mother of Social

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How Facebook’s Latest ‘Reactions’ Will Affect Your Brand

This month, Facebook introduced their latest tool, Facebook Reactions, as an upgrade to the ‘like’ feature, where users can choose one of five additional emoji reactions, including ‘Love,’ ‘Haha,’ ‘Wow,’ ‘Sad’ and ‘Angry’ for Facebook content. With the addition of a variety of ‘reactions,’ users now have a much quicker and easier way to provide

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Intellectual Property in the Social Media

  On April 26th every year, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) celebrates World Intellectual Property Day to promote discussion of the role of IP in encouraging innovation and creativity. I was just reflecting upon this while advising copyrights to a potential client regarding the promotion of her children’s music and story books. Then our

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Picture Perfect PR Starts with Perfect Pictures

  Photography has always been an integral component of public relations, but with the advent of social media, photos – good photos – are increasingly playing an important role in PR and marketing efforts.  Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, websites, multi-media reporting all help increase visibility for your clients and products.  Photos command attention, and they

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You Can’t Ignore Social Media Feeds—Especially Your Own

  In our line of work, we meet with hundreds of communication professionals, representing some of the biggest brands in and around Boston. Many of them understand the importance of social media and see it as a tool to help grow their brand awareness and make important connections to their customers and community. Others, however,

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Targeting Teens on Social Media

After numerous articles on teen social media usage on CBS News, Today.com, Edudemic and MarketingCharts, it is no surprise that Facebook is dead to teenagers. Do these statistics tell the whole story? Many of these reports fail to include teenagers’ opinions beyond simple percentages, which prompted Andrew Watts, a 19-year-old college student at The University of Texas at Austin to

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Opening Day at Tony C’s Sports Bar and Grill: Facebook and Free Marketing

For businesses that use it well and wisely, Facebook provides a free platform upon which they can market themselves. Businesses that use Facebook are able to reach a larger audience, generate content outside of their personal website, and establish a forum for interaction with consumers of their product. We recently designed and implemented a unique

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