Doug Antkowiak // 10 Dec, 2011
Today, I received this lovely message from Facebook. I know what you’re thinking. What did straight-edge Doug do to anger his favorite social network? The short answer is that I posted a cartoon of two people having sex while making status updates on their phones with the caption, “Looks like this is the new definition… Read More
Mike Fitterer // 12 Oct, 2011
You know what’s startling? The endless supply of companies that EPIC FAIL in the Facebook realm. Soooo many companies grasp that they should be on Facebook. They get that this whole “Social Media” thing can positively impact their business. The problem is that many businesses opt to have the CTO’s 12-year-old create an account and… Read More
Mike Fitterer // 15 Aug, 2011
The internet is my homeboy. It keeps me warm during the harshest of winter days, and makes the best of times even better. I love Twitter, Google Analytics, news sites, joke sites, sports blogs, nerd blogs, and blogs about blogs. So it’s safe to assume I’ve always had 23,343 fans on Facebook, right? Negative Ghostrider. … Read More
Jarrod Medrano // 11 Aug, 2011
I am going to explain how to create a Facebook tab with like to reveal functionality from start to finish. You will need to have PHP and cURL installed on your server to make this work. Step 1: Download facebook.php from the Facebook PHP SDK You can get a copy of the PHP SDK here.… Read More
Doug Antkowiak // 6 Dec, 2010
It’s apparent that the new profile changes are Facebook’s way of allowing each profile to take on a narrative. Personal biography information like your job status, education and home town are clustered together and bumped to the top of the page.
Doug Antkowiak // 19 Oct, 2010
Optimizing your Facebook posts for the News Feed should be your first plan of attack in your battle for social marketing supremacy.
Tom Schmitz // 5 Nov, 2008
These days more and more companies are using social media to build influence on the web. It’s challenging. Many fail or give-up because social media sites possess a formidable barrier to entry, one designed to keep hawkish salespeople at bay. Web 2.0 or community sites reward genuineness just as they toss commercial behavior into the… Read More