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07
Jan

Twitter says: your tweets could be longer than 140 characters soon

Hot in the news this week is the announcement from Twitter that soon your tweets could be unrestricted and might even be as long as 10,000 characters. What could that mean to you?

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27
Jun

How Social Media Management Tools can help your business

If you tend to avoid Social Media because it takes up too much time, you might want to stop and take a look at this first…

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23
Dec

10 Years in Web Design, a look back to 2004

As FL1 Group reaches its 10th Birthday in 2014, we look back at how our industry has changed since 2004?

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29
Jul

Jason Sammon interviewed on Radio Verulam, St Albans

Listeners to St Albans radio station Radio Varulam would have heard FL1’s own Jason Sammon talking about 10 years on the web, Twitter and starting your own website. If you missed the show, now’s your chance to listen in…

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23
Jul

Twitter Jargon Buster, The Complete Guide to Twitter Lingo

When it comes to Twitter, do you know your DMs from your RTs?
If not, you need to read the Twitter Jargon Buster!…

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26
Jun

Have you got a Twitter feed on your website?

If your website has a Twitter Feed or widget, you might have found that it’s about to stop working! Twitter’s rolling out a new version of it’s API which will break compatibility for many websites displaying Tweets. Here’s what’s changing…

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22
May

Building and Preserving a Good Social Media Reputation

There’s a lot to be said about having a great reputation as a brand. Moreover, there’s a lot to be said about having a bad one. Just look at a huge brand like Domino’s. They’re doing okay in 2013, but it wasn’t that long ago when viral videos and bad reviews had the entire brand reeling, with those in charge contemplating abandoning ship. Yeah; it was that bad.

As a much smaller brand operating on social networking sites like Facebook, a bad reputation is something you may not be able to bounce back from. So it’s incredibly important that you focus your efforts on building and maintaining a good reputation, from your posts and products to your public relations.

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03
Feb

Email marketing software review: iContact vs MailChimp

For small businesses and non-profit organizations, one of the easiest ways to stay in touch with customers and supporters is to send them a weekly, monthly, or quarterly email newsletter. We look at two of the biggest players in the Email Marketing software field, iContact and MailChimp.

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15
Dec

Your first website and Google, so what happens next?

So you’ve built your first website, and you want to get found in Google.
If you’re not sure what happens and how it all works, then read on…

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06
Sep

Our 10 Top Twitter Tools

With so many Twitter tools out there, it’s hard to know which ones to trust with your Twitter account management. Here are ten Twitter applications and tools used by some of the top Twitterers.

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