June 2013 - 8-digital

Are You Using Facebook Hashtags Effectively?

Hashtags are a feature used across various social networking platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook, Google + and Pinterest. Hashtags allow users to create connections and conversations within a larger community than just their on-site ‘friends’. Social networking users can search for words or phrases, the results will show all posts that contain the word or
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How Much Traffic Does the Number 1 Position on Google get?

SEO Ranking Factors 2013 The position of your website on Google search is dependent on its ranking. Pages that have a positive page ranking attain the top organic positions on Google search; those with negative ranking will appear further down on lower search result pages. To determine the ranking of a website, search engines, such
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Bicester Town In Oxfordshire, South East England

Bicester is a town in Oxfordshire, England which boasts a population of 28,672 (as of 2001). The town has a rich history that goes back to Anglo-Saxon times, but the first time the town was documented was in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Medieval Times Wooden castles were built in the area during medieval times,
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Facebook Introduces Hashtag Feature

Facebook claims that 4.75 billion pieces of content are shared on Facebook every day Conversations generally tend to be about local information, products, celebrities and general knowledge. On the 12thJune 2013 Facebook launched hash tags as a way for people and businesses to discover and interact in these conversations. Hashtags are now available to a few users
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Amazing Internet Facts

Most of us use it every day, for everything and anything. We use it at work, at home, at school, on the go – we use it everywhere we can. If you hadn’t already guessed, I’m talking about the internet – a huge global system of interconnected networks that allows us to access unlimited information.
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Oxford in Oxfordshire, South East England

Initially mentioned in the year 911, Oxford was founded by Alexander the Great. It didn’t take long for it to become a thriving town and by the 10th Century, a mint had opened in order to create a currency for its inhabitants. This thriving town eventually witnessed the hosting of a meeting in 1018 that would decide who
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Northampton Town in Northamptonshire, East Midlands

Bicester is a town in Oxfordshire, England which boasts a population of 28,672 (as of 2001). The town has a rich history that goes back to Anglo-Saxon times, but the first time the town was documented was in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Medieval Times Wooden castles were built in the area during medieval times,
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Breaking up on Facebook – How to keep it private!

In September 2011, Facebook introduced the controversial ‘Timeline’ profile layout.  Although the Timeline layout has many great features, it also highlights things that you might not be so pleased about broadcasting! One such thing is your Facebook relationship status. Whilst letting all of your friends know that you have just started an exclusive relationship with
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