Will Tomorrow's Teens Know Facebook?

I had an interesting conversation with my (nearly) 13 year old daughter in the car yesterday. Her: My kids won’t know anything about Facebook. Me (after choking at the idea of my daughter having kids): Maybe not, but why do you say that? Her: It’s going to be so old by then.  It will be […]

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Facebook Ad Dollars More Important Than Ever

Ever since becoming a publicly traded company (and thus being more focused on the bottom line) Facebook has been pushing brands more and more toward what is now becoming inevitable — you have to spend at least a little advertising money to get your message to your audience on the social media giant. Facebook announced […]

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Expect to Lose Some "Likes" Soon

If you manage a Facebook Page and pay at least a little attention to how many “likes” you have, expect to see your numbers going down in the coming weeks. Facebook announced that they’ll be doing an “audit” of the social media site, and removing “likes” that come from people whose accounts have been voluntarily […]

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Facebook Page Changes Will Force Move to More Quality Content

Social Media Managers for brands across the world are evaluating their strategies right now, as Facebook recently dropped a bomb that will change how some are doing business on the world’s largest social media site. The move, which was posted on Facebook’s news blog, will cut some social media marketers off at the knees, and will […]

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EndGame PR Helps Launch New Behavior Analysis Website

EndGame PR is happy to announce the completion and launch of an all new website for the Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis (VABA). The organization’s mission is to promote and support the practice, research and dissemination of behavior analysis throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Until recently, however, its website was not up to snuff. EndGame […]

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Foursquare Launches Swarm, and Kills the Fun of Checking In

All good things must come to an end.  We’ve slowly seen Facebook become less fun, Twitter is too crowded to keep straight, and Google+ … well, it was never all that good to begin with.  The latest example of good things coming to an end is the changes that have come to Foursquare. Foursquare was […]

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Is News Release Distribution for SEO Dead?

The days of pseudo-news releases that are purely SEO tools are dead and should be buried. The public relations and SEO PR worlds are still reeling a bit after the big changes that came in Google’s latest algorithm update, dubbed Penguin 2.0.   Simply put, they have changed the role of the news release, or […]

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5 Ways to Engage And Grow Your Facebook Audience

If you manage a Facebook Page for your business or organization, you’ve surely noticed that not all of the people who “liked” your page see every update.  Even taking away the fact that not everyone is on Facebook on any given day when you post, the amount of people who have your update show up […]

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Why Do Facebook Ads Bother People?

Why do people worry about Facebook advertising? Currently, there are two types of Facebook ads.  One is a small ad that promotes a Facebook page or possibly a regular non-Facebook website.  These can be found on the right side of your news feed.  The second type of ad is a promoted post.  This appears in […]

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A Primer for Instagram: Social Media for Elementary Schoolers

I went down the Instagram rabbit hole today.  I figured it was just time.  Previously, I’d learned enough about it to be able to speak semi-intelligently about it if needed.  However, I’d never felt the need to use it and its use never came up for a client.  I never like being a late adopter, so […]

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