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This latest algorithm update will roll out over the coming weeks and you will begin to see updates highlighting what a friend Liked or commented on either showing up lower in your News Feed or not showing up at all. Max Eulenstein, a Facebook product manager, and Lauren Scissors, a user experience researcher, said that this […]
Link building has been known as an SEO strategy to gain backlinks from reputable websites. As a practice, it has received negative reaction mainly because of the link builders who do it incorrectly. Instead of going for sustainable but difficult to achieve backlinks, they resort to quick, easy, but spammy links for their client sites. As a result, not […]
Loser. If you turned in your March Madness brackets earlier this week, chances are that that’s how you feel. Fear not, you’re not alone. ESPN says 99 percent of the brackets submitted to their website were damaged by yesterday’s results. Who would have thought the University of Alabama Blazers would beat the third seeded Iowa […]
Social Media Never Sleeps…But Here's Why You Should February 16, 2015 If you love social media, you probably find yourself glued to your phone – or whatever device you use – a lot. Maybe it’s your last act of the day before you go to sleep. It’s in our best long-term interest to break this […]
The web has been abuzz over Facebook’s latest blow to brand publishers: a new algorithm that will demote many posts from brand pages. The industry has been portraying this as the latest blow from Facebook. They couldn’t be more wrong.
Three years ago, in my college dorm room, I decided to start a design firm. Since then, we’ve grown to become boogie, a design-driven social media agency with a team of eight working out of two offices in Albany NY and Brooklyn NY.As with any business, we’ve had our ups and downs, but one of […]
Security-related headaches around BYOD may make users want to BYOB. That’s what you can conclude from a new survey that shows organizations with bring your own device (BYOD) policies have twice the number of security concerns as other organizations. “BYOD introduces a variety of potential risks from security and policy perspectives, as well as end-user […]