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It’s Now Possible To Tag A Facebook Page From A Third-Party Platform

Finally. Well, almost.
For years, social media managers who depend on third-party platforms to schedule posts have begged for a way to tag other Facebook Pages in posts, just like they always have been able to do with @mentions on Twitter.
Anyone wanting to make those tagging connections — and Facebook signaled in February that tagging other Pages could improve the reach of posts — needed to post natively on the social network.
Facebook eventually enabled native scheduling but it’s still an awkward process and for anyone trying to efficiently manage a social effort, the limitation on third-party tagging is frustrating. Fixing the issue remains the most popular suggestion on HootSuite’s help forum.
The sticking point has always been Facebook’s Graph API, which didn’t give third-party developers access to the tagging engine, but earlier this month Facebook cleared the path with an API update:

Pages are able to mention other Pages in posts published via the API. If you want to publish mention…

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Survey: More People Trust Google Than The U.S. Gov’t

According to a new survey from privacy management tool MyLife (above), more people trust Google than the US government with their personal information.
The company conducted four separate Google surveys (each with 1,000 respondents) earlier this month. The question asked was: “Do or would you trust [organization_name] with your information?” Each survey asked about a single entity: Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and the government.
Among the four Google was the “most trusted” and Facebook the least trusted — although no entity scored better than 50 percent.
Other privacy surveys have also shown concern, to varying degrees, or a lack of trust in internet companies or the US. I would say that “directionally” these results are generally consistent with others though their degree varies.
The way that questions are framed and any context can greatly impact the outcome of a survey like this. It’s also the case that the general US public is still in a largely pessimistic mood, tied to the economy am…

How To Send Automatic Newsletter on Aweber using RSS Feed

One of the major benefit of having your own eMail list is letting users know about what’s new at your blog. If you are someone who post exclusive posts once in a while, it’s a good idea to send them updates as soon as you publish. Now there are two ways by which you can do that: You can either manually use blog broadcast feature of Aweber to send updates [...]
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Exclusive Guide To Start Blog Email Marketing In Next 25 Minutes

One of the biggest mistake of my blogging journey would be not making the Email list from day one. In earlier days I was using feedburner to create Email sign up but it was a mistake and from last 3 years I started using Aweber for creating email list. In simple term, when a user subscribe to my eMail list, I have the complete control on when and what update [...]
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Twitter Opens Analytics Access To All Users

Twitter announced today that it is giving Twitter Analytics access to all users.

Absolutely thrilled to open up access to http://t.co/wcU6oj9hFM to EVERYONE. Check it out, and let us know what you think!
— Ian Chan (@chanian) August 27, 2014


The feature — previously only available to advertisers, Twitter Card publishers and verified users — provides detailed information about how tweets are performing, showing impressions, clicks, retweets and replies for each tweet as well as monthly engagement and engagement rates for an account.
And that can be an eye-opening realization, as my colleague Danny Sullivan noted when Twitter released this version of the analytics dashboard last month. Turns out for many people and brands Twitter Analytics shows that organic reach and engagement rates on Twitter can be as low as Facebook.
Unlike Facebook, Twitter doesn’t filter user feeds with an algorithm, but because of the sheer volume of activity on the Twitter network, the reality is that any given twee…

Brands Jump Right In, Take Instagram’s Hyperlapse For A Test Spin

Brands didn’t waste any time in testing Instagram’s new Hyperlapse app.
The iOS app, which eases creation of time-lapse videos, was released Tuesday morning and within hours several brands — including Mercedes Benz USA, Burton Snowboards and Taco Bell — had already posted videos using the app.
Expect more to come. Here are some of the most notable so far:










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