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If you’re a small or medium-sized business, watch this video to learn how to grow a community of followers that will share your content and help you realize even more value from your Twitter presence.

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101 Facebook for Business

101 Facebook for Business


Posted on Jun 25, 2014

This is a list of what you need to know about using Facebook for your Business. Using Facebook for business is the best first step to get your company in front of millions of potential customers and clients. You need to have an account on Facebook in order to create a Page for your business. Your business Page will be tied to your personal profile as the admin of your page; however, only you and Facebook need to know the connection exists. You have the option of always interacting on your Page as your Page and keeping your personal profile protected. Or, you could choose to feature your profile in the “About” section and also engage on your own page from time to time as your profile, if you wish. You can have an unlimited number of Facebook Pages. You can have an unlimited number of fans (Facebook users who “Like” your page). Facebook Pages are public—anyone can find and view your Page whether they are logged into Facebook or not. All content posted on your Facebook Page gets indexed on Google. You can target your posts by location and language. (Look for the button right next to the “Post” button). The new Timeline design will automatically apply to all Pages from March 30th, 2012. Just like your personal profile, you can add a large cover image to your Page. The dimensions are the same, 851x315px. Facebook has tight rules around what cannot be placed on Page cover images, including no contact information or calls to action. You can add applications to your page, including your own custom content—video, rich text, graphics, opt-in box and more. You can add additional Admins (highly recommended). All Admins have equal rights to administer your page, including adding and removing other Admins (choose with care!). Contact us, if you have any questions....

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How to Engage Loyal Twitter Followers

How to Engage Loyal Twitter Followers


Posted on Jun 24, 2014

Twitter has released a new video that shows how you can consistently connect with your Twitter followers by engaging them in relevant conversations around shared experiences. Twitter followers are people too! As you develop your tweeting strategy, keep in mind that Twitter enables your business to participate in two-way conversations — don’t just talk at your audience, talk with them. For example, you can: ask questions to collect feedback that can inform your Twitter strategy; tap into conversations around real-time programming, such as the #WorldCup games; feature your products, services or expertise in discussions around holiday, seasonal or industry events; drive buzz for a new product launch by planning your Tweets in advance. Watch the video to learn more: By diversifying your content and keeping your Tweets timely, your business can stay top of mind with followers throughout the year. Testing different themes will also help you to determine the types of Tweets that resonate with your Twitter followers. Once you know what works, adjust your tweeting strategy to include more of those types of Tweets. Finally, identify the events, holidays and TV programs that interest your Twitter followers and add value to the conversations that relate to your business. Contact us and we will show you...

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Responsive Website Design

Responsive Website Design


Posted on Jun 23, 2014

Responsive Website Design is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones. Unless you are new to the industry absolutely, you will have heard about responsive design. It is bound to be something you will have come across or socialized with in some way or another, even if you don’t understand it fully. In summary, responsive web design is the art of designing websites for a multitude of screen sizes and devices, so that there is an ideal experience for every user at every potential size. Web design that is responsive is at its best when it’s device agnostic; where you’re not planning to design for sizes or particular resolutions, such as for iPhone or iPad sizes. Instead you should be planning to design with design and the content in head and how this content flows and adjusts to the various environments it might be seen or used in....

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Website Design

Website Design


Posted on Jun 20, 2014

You need a site? Building the web sites is simply one-part of what we do at Vivo Graphics. However, it may be in building an internet reputation for the company that is the most significant first step. Vivo Graphics will be sure to modify your online site, be sure you are attached to all today’s common internet social media sites, in addition to suit your requirements using the newest features accessible. Below are a few of the third-party website solutions, we have used in the past to fullfill the needs of the companies we work with. If any of these platforms look like something your website will need, please bring it to our attention, when you contact...

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favicon.ico Generator

favicon.ico Generator


Posted on Nov 15, 2013

How does it work ? Choose a color Click on the squares and paint your logo Download when you are finished Put the favicon.ico file into your webserver directory Optionally publish it under the CC Creative Commons license via favicon.ico...

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