We’re all keyed up after a Bears victory last night here in Chicago! Here’s a quick look at what we’re reading this morning: Facebook has a bunch of new ways to make money off your personal information: Facebook spilled the beans on its new stab at ad cash in a public blog post that most
Local searches showing sitelinks. A few weeks ago we met with Amy Ravit Korin and Ashley Glassman of Google+. Our SEO specialist Alex wrote about that meeting in his blog post Why Businesses Should Use Google Plus Local. Amy and Ashley talked about Google’s migration away from Google Maps/Google Places over to Google+ Local/Google+ Pages.
Another Social Media Week is in the books, and we’d like to thank everyone who attended 435 Digital’s Social Media Week panels, as well as all the cool people we met at networking events. We’re hoping to see you all again soon! Here’s a look at what we’re reading today: While rumors of Facebook’s penchant
Here’s what we’re reading today at 435 Digital as we cruise downhill to the weekend: A very happy birthday to our supreme overlord, Google, who turned 14 yesterday and celebrated with a special Google Doodle: If you’re one of the people who’s not too happy with the Apple Maps experience, a new Google Maps app
Notice a decrease in the number of ‘Likes’ in the past few days on your Facebook fan or brand page? Have no fear, you’re no less popular than yesterday. Facebook is finally cracking down on fake profiles. In recent months, social media strategists have complained loudly about the seemingly huge number of fake Facebook profiles (or