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6 Facebook Page Features For Small Businesses

Facebook has long been the cornerstone of many businesses social media marketing strategy. Whilst many page managers are able to competently navigate and make use of their Facebook Page features, there may be a number of the platform’s features which they are not taking full advantage of. To allow small businesses to take full advantage of […]

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Tips and Tricks to Optimise Twitter Search

Before examining the different methods that a user can utilise to optimise their Twitter search, a brief education in Twitter search is essential. Unfortunately the majority of netizens, who make use of social media sites, only make use of a minority of the functions. The Twitter search function is comprised of various options. On the left […]

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Why Google Plus Should Be Part of Your Social Media Package

It always been said that Google Plus will become the most important social media platform in a company’s online communication arsenal. Despite this, a large number of people are still familiarising themselves with Google Plus as a social media platform. For those people here is a brief background of the social media platform: Google Plus is similar […]

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The Google Doodle Team

Frequently the Google homepage is taken over by artistic “google doodles” celebrating the anniversary or birthday of a significant event, individual or location. But who creates these doodles? Just three examples of the past doodles, a Pac-Man game, a playable Les Paul Guitar and an interactive underwater world, to celebrate the birthday of Jules Verne, […]

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Wizard of Oz Google Doodle

On August 12th 2010 the Google homepage was taken over by a doodle celebrating the 71st Anniversary of The Wizard of Oz. The doodle, which was created by doodler Mike Dutton, appeared throughout the majority of the world. The style used to create the doodle was a traditional painted portrait. In the doodle the heroes […]

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Samuel Morse Google Doodle

Visitors to the Google homepage on April 29th 2009 were met with “–. — — –. .-.. .” instead of the Google logo. The humorous doodle was a celebration of what would have been the 218th birthday of Samuel Morse. The doodle was written in Morse code, a method of transmitting information using a series […]

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Pinocchio Google Doodle

On July 7th 2009 a doodle appeared on the Google homepage celebrating the 126th anniversary of the publication of Pinocchio. The doodle, which can still be viewed by clicking here, had a carpenter’s workshop theme. In the doodle the letters of the Google logo were comprised as follows, the first “G” of the logo was […]

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NASA Google Doodle

Google celebrated the 50th birthday of NASA, or the National Aeronautics Space Administration, with a dedicated doodle on July 29th 2008. The doodle, which only appeared on the search engines homepage in the USA, can still be viewed by clicking here. By modern doodle standards the NASA doodle is relatively basic. The background of the […]

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