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Social Media Which Services Should You Be Leveraging For Brand Awareness

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These days people are always posting up something about their lives on various social networking websites. Social media, as it is known, is not only a popular way for people and organisations to connect with others online, but it is also a multi-billion pound industry. Image Credit - www.gridam.com Many social networking websites deliver targeted advertising to their users ...

Social Sharing Trends: The Rise of Pinterest (Infographic)

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Sharing news online, the webs trending social networks are Facebook and Twitter. From just a photo sharing network for commercial purposes, now Pinterest is rising and its a big thing also ground in the news category as well. A study from Gigya Social Login data from Q3 reports that Pinterest has truly become a top sharing destination and, in ...

How to Make Your Social Media Page Unique?

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If one were to browse around various user profiles on sites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other popular social networks, one would find a very mono thematic atmosphere. With brand pages, however, you find something different. You find that the popular, successful brands are original and seek to set trends rather than simply following them. ...

9 Tips for Keeping your Internet usage Private (Infographic)

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Nothing is secret in your Internet activity. If you are searching or just creating a network with friends. If you are searching something on Google or in Yahoo and creating friends via social networks like Facebook or Twitter the data's are collected and its accessible for the service providers anytime. They are monitoring your usage. Its ...

2 Million Google, Facebook,Twitter, LinkedIn and Yahoo accounts Passwords Stolen in massive hack

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One of the greatest massive attack just happens. Near 2 Million Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Yahoo passwords stolen. According to CNN's report The massive data breach was a result of keylogging software maliciously installed on an untold number of computers around the world, researchers at cyber security firm Trustwave said. The virus was capturing log-in credentials for ...