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Facebook as a News Source – Will Publishers and Consumers ‘Like’ It?

This post was first published by Hanah Johnson on March Communications' blog PR Nonsense. This time last year, Pew shared that 30 percent of U.S. adults get their news from Facebook. That stat startled many people – is the news and…
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Facebook Might Actually Save Publishing After All

This post was first published by Nate Hubbell on March Communications' blog PR Nonsense. Let it be known that, yes, I do read BuzzFeed. And before you mock, let it also be known that hordes of much more highly respected people than me read…
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4 Ways to Ensure Your B2B Social Media Strategy Isn’t Just a Corporate Afterthought

This post was first published by Blaise Lucey on March Communications' blog PR Nonsense. Sometimes, it seems like everything has already been said about B2B social media marketing. There are hundreds, maybe thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands…
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Facebook on Video and how much people will be sharing in 3-5 years

Soon after Google's entrance into social media with Google+, Facebook has announced a new video chat feature that allows people to set up video chatting in just a couple clicks, and then video chat any friend through a Skype plug-in. Just 24…