Tag: Facebook

5 Great Reasons Why You Need to Manage Your Online Profiles

Filed by team twago on April 28, 2015
5 Great Reasons Why You Need to Manage Your Online Profiles

In this digital age, perception is reality. The best way freelancers and professionals can market themselves is online, but this kind of marketing needs constant updating to be effective. You may have up to a dozen different profiles, so it can get complicated trying to keep track of them. Keeping things updated can also can […]

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Social Hacks: Optimizing Your Company Facebook Page

Filed by team twago on April 13, 2015
Social Hacks: Optimizing Your Company Facebook Page

How to never fail with Facebook. A Facebook page, as you maybe already know, is the most cost-effective promotional tool available to companies and brands. Although many small businesses have launched a presence on Facebook via a user profile, in recent months Facebook has started to block user profiles, asking the administrators to instead convert into a page. You should always […]

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The Mayans were right: The famous Pinterest dofollow links have already become nofollow!

Filed by team twago on January 24, 2012
The Mayans were right: The famous Pinterest dofollow links have already become nofollow!

UPDATE 13/02/12: It has come to our attention that the text link in Pinterest has once again become a follow link in some instances, however we have noticed that if you refresh the same image the link then becomes a no-follow link. Perhaps the Mayans weren’t right after all….the investigation continues… The latest news for […]

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Social Media – A great ally in finding work

Filed by team twago on October 14, 2011
Social Media – A great ally in finding work

Social media has changed the way we communicate at both private and professional levels. It offers companies and freelancers endless opportunities to make their work known in order to find new contacts and land work. The opportunities offered by social media vary significantly from platform to platform. But one thing is for sure: if you […]

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The twago facebook survey: We need your feedback!

Filed by team twago on July 6, 2011
The twago facebook survey: We need your feedback!

We always appreciate your feedback! We would like to expand our facebook fanpage service and are counting on your help: Why do you like our page, what would you like to change and what would you like to read about? If you don’t like our page so far, no worries: just go to facebook.com/twago.com, click […]

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Round-up of the week: Facebook deals, Youtube overhaul, Google +1

Filed by team twago on April 8, 2011
Round-up of the week: Facebook deals, Youtube overhaul, Google +1

We at twago are committed to bringing you insightful stories on the subjects that are important to you. Here is a round-up of the most interesting stories from this week. Facebook deals Facebook is revamping their foray into the daily deals market. In late last year Facebook launched their Facebook Deals service which like Groupon […]

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Quality rather than quantity – Facebook Co-founder changes sides

Filed by team twago on December 9, 2010
Quality rather than quantity – Facebook Co-founder changes sides

  Dave Morin is part of the founders team of Facebook Connect and the Facebook platform. This year, he left the company and formed his own start-up: Path. The company offers an iPhone app that allows you to share photos with your friends. Morin emphasises that this is not just some other social network, but a […]

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