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Case Study: Snapchat vs. Facebook (Infographic)

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Ever wonder how these two social media monsters stack up? Especially in relation to one another? The tech-savvy folks over at DPFOC did the math — and the research — in order to give us the DL. Check out their stats to learn just how Facebook and Snapchat work in relation to one another, and who might be on top in some areas vs. others.

Snapchat Versus Facebook Infographic
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Infographic by Eddie O’Driscoll, managing director of DPFOC.

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Tools for the On-the-Go Blogger

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SEO web design concept: Blog on smartphoneGetting content posted regularly is crucial for successful blogging, which means a lot of bloggers post on the go. More and more, the phone is replacing the laptop as bloggers take photos, share on social media and even compose their blog posts with mobile apps. On WordPress alone, there are nearly 65 million blog posts each month, according to its official website. For blogging on the go, these top mobile tools help you write content, edit photos and publish posts from anywhere in the world.

Camera and Photo Editing

Bloggers often use images from their phones for their social media and blog posts. Before investing in a new phone with a camera, make sure it can get the job done. If you’re thinking of upgrading, you may want to do a side-by-side comparison of the models in question...

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5 Signs Your Startup is Set for Smooth Sailing to Success

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Post by Dave Landry

It takes a real risk-taker and adventurer to take the journey as an entrepreneur and start a new business. Unfortunately, according to Forbes, 9 out of 10 startups go out of business because they fail to prepare themselves for the multiple challenges that lie ahead.

While starting a completely new venture in this economy can be tough, there is no denying that we have seen a lot of success tumble out of businesses that started out in their own garages. Amazon, Apple, Google, Hewlett Packard and Microsoft — all started in a garage.

revenue chart, studying profits and ROI

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Bad timing might be one reason for the failure of a small business or new product, but there are numerous reasons why some ventures are unsuccessful...

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Six Ways to Create a Brilliant Blog

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crossroads picGuest post by Monica Flintoff

Creating a brilliant blog requires dedication, creativity, and patience. If you want to create a brilliant blog, you should examine the best ways to accomplish this goal. Over the years, experts have studied the most effective ways to craft a blog that captures an audience and keeps them coming back to the website.

Here are six aspects you should implement today.

1. Always Have a Clear Business Goal

When you have a clear goal in mind, you will attract more business leads. Keep in mind that when you have a clear goal, you can write in a way to encourage your readers to buy or subscribe. It’s not a difficult process, but it does require work...

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Social Media isn’t so Black and White: The Fading Concept of Privacy

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Post by Layla Davis

black and white social media iconsBecause of its ability to put you in contact with millions of interesting (and not so interesting) people from around the world, social media is fun and enlightening.

Our uses of social media aren’t so black and white …

The Light Side

We have all made blunders when using the web. Sometimes we share too much information. It can be embarrassing, but for the most part, we write it off as just being silly.

Tongue-in-cheek websites such as Textastrophe.com provide readers with entertaining pieces about individuals sharing their phone numbers and information. The individuals are then trolled via text messaging...

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