Tag Archives: Internet presence

Fake Twitter Followers – How Do You Rate?

I came across a rather interesting Fake Twitter Followers Infographic (graphic was hosted on Fotopedia which shut down on 2014-08-10) that displays data around the number of fake followers that are comprised within celebrities, businesses, politicians and others’ Twitter follower roll.  I guess those with a lot of followers maybe get a lot of spam followers or they are using

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Create a Google+ Company Page

Now that Google+ is in a wider release, and open to business accounts, I’ve decided to jump on board and create some pages.  They aren’t anything spectacular but my feeling is that the more touch points one has on the web the better.  This said, it is important

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Facebook to Require HTTPS on iFrame Page Tab Apps

That’s right, another change for your Facebook Page.  If you are using an iFrame Application to host a Page Tab, beginning October 1, 2011, your Facebook Page Tab will disappear if you are not securely serving the content.  With the recent changes going on at Facebook it was decided to

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Creating a Facebook iFrame Application

REMEMBER: October 1, 2011 marks the requirement that Facebook Canvas and Page Tab Apps support secure URLs (i.e., HTTPS). Read more about Facebook Security Changes. Previously we published a video covering how to Create a Facebook Page.  In order to utilize a Facebook iFrame Application you will need a

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Put a Facebook Send or Like Button on Your Posts with Code

On April 25, 2011, Facebook released the [Send] button. The [Send] button provides a means to share a web page with someone directly, as opposed to the [Like] button’s behavior of placing the entry on your wall for all your friends. Of course, the [Like] button is handy too. Fortunately

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The History of WordPress

Very cool infographic on the power and prevalence of WordPress in blogging and CMS. Not only is it well crafted but has the support of many plugin and theme developers.

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WEBphysiology Portfolio Climbs to New Heights

The WEBphysiology Portfolio WordPress plugin has grown a lot in a short two months since its birth. New features like ShrinkTheWeb.com thumbnailing and more control over the end user interface make it a must have addition to your WordPress powered website.

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Customizing a WordPress Theme – The Right Way

Customizing a WordPress theme’s look-and-feel is easier than you might expect. It is important, though, to do it the right way. What is the right way? It is to use a Child Theme.

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Video Sitemaps – Do You Have One?

If your website contains video content you will want to create an XML Video Sitemap to help build video SEO. Search engines, like Google, are doing what they can to discover video content. Creating a video sitemap will help them to discover your videos.

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Adding a YouTube Video to your Facebook Page

Do you have video content hosted on YouTube that you’d like to make available on your Facebook Page? Fortunately, this can be done and it isn’t that difficult.

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