Big Trouble for Websites that aren’t Mobile Friendly

Most people are calling it Mobilegeddon however Google’s crackdown on websites that aren’t mobile-friendly is something that needed to happen… awhile ago. Now that 60% of website views are coming from a cell phone, iPad or other mobile device it’s time for businesses and organizations to make sure that their website is just as easy… Continue reading Big Trouble for Websites that aren’t Mobile Friendly

Play Pac-Man on ANY Google Map

Yes, you can now play Pac-man on ANY google map! Simply type in an address on a google map and click the Pac-Man image on the bottom of the screen. I’ve noticed that some aspects of the game are still a little clunky. A few times it didn’t want to work with the map that… Continue reading Play Pac-Man on ANY Google Map

Why You Need To Pay Attention to Snapchat

This is a great post about the future of Snapchat originally posted by social media guru Gary Vaynerchuk. Original Article Here Two big things happened recently on Snapchat. One, the release of Madonna’s new video.Two, the addition of the Discovery feature, which puts major iconic media companies front and center with unique content for the platform. Both… Continue reading Why You Need To Pay Attention to Snapchat

10 New social networks you should know about

This article was originally posted by KYLI SINGH of Mashable via the following link Had enough of Facebook and Twitter? It may be time to switch up your go-to social network. With the daily explosion of startups, there are plenty of new social media tools popping up. These newer platforms could be working on the next big thing, so you’ll… Continue reading 10 New social networks you should know about

Restaurant proves that the new generation is ruining their own experience

Here’s why you the consumer are ruining your own restaurant experience A busy NYC restaurant kept getting bad reviews for slow service, so they hired a firm to investigate. When they compared footage from 2004 to footage from 2014, they made some pretty startling discoveries. So shocking, in fact, that they ranted about it on… Continue reading Restaurant proves that the new generation is ruining their own experience

Instead of poking on Facebook now you simply “Ask” them out

Apparently facebook just got a whole lot more creepy.. Article originally written by Samantha Murphy Kelly for Mashable. If you’ve been eyeing someone on Facebook whose profile doesn’t list a relationship status, the company is making it easier (or possibly more awkward) to find out if he or she’s single. Facebook has rolled out a new “ask”… Continue reading Instead of poking on Facebook now you simply “Ask” them out

Your Complete Guide to Facebook Apps

Check out a great article featuring the best Facebook apps available. Original article posted by Panorama One of the easiest ways to use your Facebook page to its fullest potential for social media marketing is to employ third-party Facebook applications. Doing so makes your page significantly more appealing to your audience and improves user experience.… Continue reading Your Complete Guide to Facebook Apps

A few things you didn’t know about Google Drive

This is a great article originally from Mashable. Easily one of my favorite sites. Google Drive is here to make your life easy, but we’re here to make it even easier. The multifaceted feature that allows you to create documents, photos, spreadsheets, drawings and more has boundless abilities. However, with Drive’s constant updates and added… Continue reading A few things you didn’t know about Google Drive

Facebook has become the biggest brother // Person Tracking

Facebook recently introduced the discretionary “Nearby Friends” feature that allows you to track friends, proving that the company has not shifted from their fundamental competency of essentially enabling stalking. Facebook users can whether their precise location is revealed. This can mean that you will be able to track friends down to the half mile.  … Continue reading Facebook has become the biggest brother // Person Tracking

Philly’s Hottest New Startup: Social Ladder

You have 3,000 friends on Facebook, 900 followers on twitter and 600 followers on Instagram. You stay very active on each of the networks by checking in, posting food photos, sharing with friends and commenting. Did you know that businesses would kill for a person like you? The question has always been, “We know these… Continue reading Philly’s Hottest New Startup: Social Ladder