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11 December 2012
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Get Listed on the Top of Google Maps

Is Your Local Business Map Listing Showing up on Page 1 of Google? Local PR Media Group will help you get listed on the front page of Google Maps. Whether you’re a local professional or small business owner relying on walk-in traffic, or a business who wants more customers, you have probably noticed your competitor’s […]


20 December 2012
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New Web App Recommends Books Based on Your Tweets

Reading a book is a significant investment of time. That’s why it’s common to ask friends for recommendations when looking for interesting literature. If you haven’t said it yourself, you’ve probably heard someone say the common refrain: “Read any good books lately?” That method has worked fairly well thus far, but an innovative new web […]


20 December 2012
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Facebook’s New Privacy Settings And Two Other Stories You Need to Know

Welcome to this morning’s edition of ‘First To Know,’ a series in which we keep you in the know on what’s happening in the digital world. Today, we’re looking at three particularly interesting stories. Facebook Pushes New Privacy Settings Facebook has started pushing its new privacy settings, which are showing to users that are logging […]


20 December 2012
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Report: Facebook Starts Rolling Out New Privacy Settings — in New Zealand

Users in New Zealand are starting to see new settings for their Facebook accounts that make it easier to set privacy controls, according to a report. The Next Web reports that those users are seeing a “new privacy shortcut menu” that has been added to the main bar on the site. A “privacy settings and […]


18 December 2012
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Internet ayatollah: Iran’s supreme leader likes Facebook

DUBAI (Reuters) – Facebook – banned in Iran due to its use by activists to rally government opponents in 2009 – has an unlikely new member: Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Launched a few days ago, the Facebook page “Khamenei.ir” displays photographs of the 73-year-old cleric alongside speeches and pronouncements by the man who wields […]


18 December 2012
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The NRA’s Social Media Silence Isn’t Working

Gun control and gun rights have instantly come to dominate the American conversation, but the biggest gun lobby in America apparently has decided to sit this one out — at least on the Internet. Since the Newtown school shooting Friday, the National Rifle Association has deactivated its Facebook account, AdWeek noticed, just days after announcing it it had reached […]


18 December 2012
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Instagram Now Shares Your Data With Facebook

Instagram has updated its privacy policy to reflect that the company was acquired by Facebook In the preface to the changes, Instagram is quick to point out two important details — users still choose who can see their Instagram photos, and they still get to choose whether they post photos on Facebook That said, the […]

16 December 2012
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Facebook unveils new privacy controls

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc began rolling out a variety of new privacy controls on Wednesday, the company’s latest effort to address user concerns about who can see their personal information on the world’s largest social network. New tools introduced on Wednesday will make it easier for Facebook’s members to quickly determine who can […]


16 December 2012
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Facebook Reveals the Biggest Trends of 2012

It’s that time of yearTwitter and Google have both released their year-in-review roundups this week. Now Facebook is doing the same. On Wednesday, Facebook revealed the most talked-about events on the social network for 11 countries, including the U.S., U.K., Australia and France. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the single most talked about event in the U.S. was […]


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