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Social Media Policy For Your Customers

Having the ‘right’ to express oneself online is not an excuse for saying stupid things.

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Twitter IPO Trending Worldwide

It’s been over a year since Facebook, Inc. became a publicly traded company. The social network giant now boasts a healthy price of $52 (+/-) a share. Now it’s Twitter’s turn.

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Linking Facebook and Twitter for Easy Management

Follow these simple steps and before you can say “hashtag,” your Facebook updates will automatically post to Twitter.

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Social Media Marketing Certificate

Social Media is everywhere, including the classroom!

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It’s All About The #Hashtag

You may have noticed your Facebook friends adding a number sign (#) before certain words in their status updates. What’s that about?

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How to Create a WordPress MU Plugin

In my last tutorial, I discussed why you should consider using WordPress MU (must-use) plugins – especially if you develop sites for clients or manage a network of sites. Let’s take a look at how you can create your own MU plugins.

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WordPress MU Plugins: Learn to Love Them

Do you develop WordPress websites and constantly find yourself writing the same functions over and over again? How many times have you started a new theme, only to go straight to the functions file and copy-paste or rewrite code from previous themes?

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Facebook Gets Verified.

The world’s most popular social networking platform, Facebook, has taken a page out of Twitter’s security playbook. Last week, the site launched its version of Verified Pages. Similar to Twitter’s verified accounts, verified Facebook pages will display a small blue check mark next to the brand’s name [see below]. The symbol will also appear alongside to the page’s name in search results and anywhere else on Facebook where it appears.

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Adding Font Awesome to Your WordPress Menus

Are you prepping your website for the upcoming wave of retina displays, odd-shaped devices, and more? One way to help ensure that your website loads blazingly fast and looks great on every device is to use fonts when possible instead of graphics.

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How to Properly Include JavaScript, jQuery, and Stylesheets on Your WordPress Site

Hooks are a beautiful thing. If that’s Greek to you (or if you’re Greek and that’s Chinese…wait, if you’re Greek and Chinese but you don’t know what we’re talking about), here’s how it works:

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