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Facebook stock hits record high as revenue climbs to $3 billion

Any cries from Facebook naysayers that the social network is ‘dead’ or ‘dying’ will fall on the deaf ears of its shareholders today, as they bask in a record high stock price off the back of the company’s most recent earnings report. by Kirsten Robb
 

Five ways to get successful on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is currently growing at a rate of two new members per minute. It's a powerful and increasingly populated platform for professionals. But how can you make the most of it? by Georgina Dent
 

Monday, 21 July 2014

Facebook tests new ‘buy’ button on SMEs

Facebook is testing out a new “buy” button on the ads of several SMEs in the US, in a bid to drive sales from ads and posts. by Kirsten Robb
 

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Equitise: The future for equity crowdfunding SMEs in Australia

Raising capital for business can be a difficult task. Thankfully, a new equity crowdfunding startup might just have the answer. by Fi Bendall
 

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Everything old is new again in social media

The days of “free” social media marketing for businesses are all but over. by Fi Bendall
 

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Can business groups really survive on Facebook?

There are some places you just can’t mix business with pleasure. by Craig Reardon
 

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Social media effectiveness measurement and spend doesn’t reflect the ROI potential

Social media is an important proven channel for creating brand buzz, but research shows these conversations only equate to a proportion of brand conversations, with many more triggered through other avenues. by Fi Bendall
 

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

When to schedule your social media posts and when not to

A combination of planned and unplanned online conversations can work wonders. by Craig Reardon
 

How to use Instagram to build your business

Instagram is the new kid on the block when it comes to social media marketing and very soon there is going to be a whole lot more advertising on the platform no matter which profiles users choose to follow. by Michael Walsh
 
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