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Very nice post. I especially like the "Not Spamming" and "Cover Photo" topics.
Regarding the latter, for those small businesses who don't have an in-house graphics department, I have found a cool little online app that can help them with Facebook and Google+ cover photos - and more. It's called http://quotescover.com and is amazingly easy to use - though it does have its limitations. But what do you expect for free! Kudos. Keep the good stuff coming.
Hilarious! Thanks for the Monday laugh!
Nice post, Howard. I especially enjoyed your historical perspective. "Our ignorance of history makes us vilify our own time" -- Flaubert. It will be interesting to see how all of this "Wild West" stuff plays out. These are exciting times!
Hi, Angela. I hope your husband made a full recovery. Thanks for sharing the link to CaringBridge.org. I'm going to forward it on to the wife of my friend. It may be something she can use to bring folks together. My friend continues to improve, but he's not out of the woods yet. Keeping my fingers and toes crossed. Thanks, again, for stopping by.
Nice post, John. I've been using SproutSocial for about a year and a half now and really like it. It is truly intuitive and I and my clients like the easy to understand reporting features. SproutSocial's tech/customer support is the best I've ever encountered. Truly amazing! Open a support ticket or tweet them and the bug fix or enhancement materializes in record time.
That being said, I can think of a few enhancements that would make the product better:
1. Better Google Analytics reporting. It's too basice right now.
2. Push notifications for their mobile app.
3. Google+ scheduling (Hootsuite does it, why not SproutSocial?)
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