It is almost a fact that if you are a social media user you have used a hashtag in any of your posts. Whether you’ve used them to increase your search results or simply as a way to joke with your followers, the “#” symbol in a post is no stranger to you
Ever wondered why your cover photo on Facebook keeps looking pixelated? Are you tired that the pictures you post always end up cropped in the wrong place? You may find this guide very useful, especially if you manage a public Facebook page for your business or personal interests.
As someone who grew up using the internet when its greatest social network advances were IRC Boards and ICQ, it still shocks me to see the instant access we have to the Internet, previously known as the World Wide Web, today. A denizen myself, I solemnly swear by the necessity of responsive
In my last blog entry we talked about the importance of having a website, which can bring enormous advantages to your business. But what about e-commerce? Is it a good thing to implement in your business or are there any other aspects to consider?
As a millennial and a citizen of the Internet myself, sometimes I am a bit too lazy to go out and buy the things I need at an actual store, I consider browsing the actual book of yellow pages a waste of my precious time, and actually speaking on the phone is a bit awkward too.
Let's remember that time in your teenage years when you were obsessed with letting the world know who you were, and everything that was on your mind. That was your way of creating your own identity, to communicate to the world what you were all about and what they could expect of you.