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It’s getting harder to be express beliefs in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. There is a rising sentiment and belief in the Muslim faith as well as an alarming increase in the atheist and agnostic perspective. Those alone are not necessarily the challenge here in America; opinions are something that everyone in this country are entitled to and disagreement is often the fastest path towards enlightenment. The biggest challenge facing Christians in America is a shift in beliefs and expansion of opinions within the various churches and doctrines themselves.
We live in a world that allows us the most extreme level of communication ever. It’s possible for anyone with a computer and an internet access to have a voice that can reach other people. As a result, the differing opinions of Christian leaders can clash more easily. On one level, this is a good thing, but it can also cause strife between believers that erupts in a public manner.
Most of the advice out there today pertaining to Facebook marketing assumes a few things. First, it usually assumes that you want more fans. Then, it usually assumes that every fan base is the same and that they should be catering to the same type of content. Third, it assumes that most businesses are dumb.
Paid and organic search are no longer independent… at least they shouldn’t be. People who want to be successful at both need to make sure that both companies, departments, or individuals running the campaigns are in regular communication with each other. The strategies need to mesh in ways that they simply haven’t in the past.
Tools are supposed to help streamline our efforts. In social media and on Facebook in particular, they’re intended to make following and posting to your Facebook page easier. The problem is that Facebook doesn’t like you getting as much attention using these tools instead of using the native Facebook applications or websites. As a result, they’ve put in countermeasures.
In most cases, I’m against judges taking their own interpretations of accounts and agreements between two entities and passing judgment negating them. In this case, the judge definitely did the right thing.
580 million users. Granted, millions of them are either fake, bots, or inactive, but it’s still a lot larger than most people would guess. As I posted in Techi, it’s one of the top 10 most visited sites on the web: Read the rest of this entry »
It may be the only good technological component of Facebook, but they really did nail it. The Facebook news feed algorithm is pretty darn close to a work of art, learning exactly the people you really like and taking note of changes in your behavior to present to you the content that is likely the most relevant.
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