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A new way to use Twitter

Twitter is seeing a shift in how users use the platform. Twitter is no longer the go-to account for day-to-day life updates, that’s what Snapchat, Facebook stories and Instagram stories are for. But at Red Shoes, we saw a whole

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What does Facebook know about you?

With the significant Facebook hacks this year, have you ever wished there was a way for you to see exactly what information Facebook has stored about you? Turns out, there is a way, but most people don’t know about it.

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9/28 Social Media Update

Facebook Facebook is now allowing pages to join Facebook groups. This can be useful to businesses to get in front of more eyes, and in a more intimate setting than a public profile. The only catch is that the admin

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Is Facebook Dying?

With the recent Facebook privacy scandal, some businesses are wondering: is Facebook dying? Should I focus my social media efforts elsewhere? To answer this question simply: no, Facebook is not dying.   Many people are upset about the Cambridge Analytica

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Social Media Update 8/30

Twitter Twitter is testing recommending profiles for a user to unfollow to improve engagement. Their goal in doing this is to improve overall engagement. If the user has not interacted with a profile they follow for awhile (we do not

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Social Media News, August 10

Pinterest: Promoted Video at max. width is now available for all Pinterest advertisers. Videos at standard width are the same size as all other Pins on Pinterest and videos at maximum width are 4x bigger, spanning across Pinterest’s two-column grid. According

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Business Account Best Practices

Red Shoes was recently talking with a local business about issues the business was having with social media. They had an intern set up a social media account for the business through their own personal account. When the intern left,