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Wednesday Morning Stir - Posted May 15, 2013
-A Bullseye View, an online magazine focused on Target, notices the similarities between Brian Sanders' poster art for season six of Mad Men and '60s ads for Dayton's, which was Target's predecessor. ... [AgencySpy]

Facebook Rolls Out New, Bigger Link Previews In News Feed - Posted January 16, 2013
Earlier this week, Inside Facebook reported that Facebook was bumping up the size of its link previews, with an enhanced image size and room for more text. While we didn't have a screen shot to show you then, readers have started to see the new link previews in the news feed. While... [AllFacebook]

Facebook Releases Page Post Ad Guidelines For Marketing Success - Posted July 27, 2012
Facebook's Marketing page released some guidelines on Friday regarding post ads, in an effort to help administrators figure out ... [AllFacebook]

How To Link To A Tweet - Posted October 7, 2011
Did you know that each tweet has a unique URL that you can link to from another tweet, or within email, a blog post, on Facebook, or anywhere else on the web? Here's how to link directly to a tweet: How to link to a tweet Navigate to the tweet that you... [AllTwitter]

Twitter.com Now Gives You At Least 7 Extra Characters When You Tweet A Link - Posted June 17, 2011
Wow, this is pretty neat. It looks like if you use Twitter.com to shorten your links (which is only available on the #NewTwitter), you will potentially get a handful of extra characters. Here's how it works: If you tweet a link from Twitter.com and use the new ... [AllTwitter]

Wednesday Odds and Ends - Posted October 27, 2010
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