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Twitter advertising for select small businesses

Twitter made its ad platform for small businesses, via a self-serve program. Now, the first stage of that program is live as businesses, with American Express cards, can now sign up and start promoting their tweets and their accounts. Only a few businesses will be part of the program at

Add Facebook Like Box to Your Website

Facebook pages are becoming more popular with brands, organisations and celebrities who want to boost their social exposure on the web. Facebook pages have become an important tool for expanding the reach of websites and blogs. The Like Box is a social plugin that enables Facebook Page owners to attract

Now You Can Lock Photo Albums in Google+

Sometimes you want to limit how your photos are shared. So Google+ released new locking feature. You can lock an album from two places — your Photos page, or album posts in the Stream — and when you do a few things happen: – Viewers won’t be able to +mention

Phishing Scam Spotted on Facebook

Phishing scams in Facebook. It’s not new and it’s not sophisticated. But they still catch the unwary and they’re still happening now, with only minor tweaks in tactics. Security researchers from F-Secure warn of a phishing scam targeting Facebook users and propagating through chat messages and wall posts. At 2010’s

Social Media Update Last Week

Facebook Begins Rolling Out New News Feed Filters Facebook has started rolling out new News Feed filters, allowing users to quickly navigate between recent stories related to games, status updates, photos, links and Pages. Users can also filter stories by Group and adjust the amount of news they receive from

Facebook Introduces Face Recognition for Photo Tagging

Every day, people add more than 100 million tags to photos on Facebook. They do it because it’s an easy way to share photos and memories. Unlike photos that get forgotten in a camera or an unshared album, tagged photos help you and your friends relive everything from that life-altering