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    Facebook Subscribe Button: Everything you need to know

    September 16, 2011
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    In last couple of months, we have seen lots of improvements and features added to Facebook. Facebook subscribe button is the latest in additions. Needless to say, it’s an attempt from Facebook to cut down the migrating social media junkies to Google+. More over, with Google+ emerging as sole competitor to Facebook, new set of features and improvement become a requisite of the time. Looking at some of new features like: Subscribe buttons for feeds, ...

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    Now Set Custom Name for Facebook Fan pages with Less than 25 Fans

    September 15, 2011
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    Custom Username for Facebook fan pages adds another level of branding to it and more over pretty URL makes it easier for your fans to find your Fan page on Facebook. For example when you create a Fan page on Facebook, your Fan page URL would be something like: http://Facebook.com/pages/ShoutMeLoud/xxxxx but a page with custom username is clean and that will give your page URL like: http://www.facebook.com/shoutmeloud Earlier you need to have minimum of 25 ...

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    Now Facebook Like button will Pick the Right Image

    September 11, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Yousuf who blogs at HaveFunForever. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our guest posting guidelines. Social Networking is becoming the most used thing on internet. Millions of people share interesting things on Facebook daily and I believe you are one of them. Adding sharing buttons to your site can generate a lot of traffic and we have already covered posts on this topic. I have used many sharing buttons on my blog ...

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    Facebook Testing New Feature: Ticker

    August 29, 2011
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    Have you recently logged in to your Facebook account and noticed something new on the right hand side of your page. If you haven’t, then you might pretty soon. Mark Zuckerberg is always testing new features without even letting the public know about it. It’s not like they secretly test it either, as the things are almost every time done live. It was only recently that they announced about the new Privacy and Sharing features ...

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    Facebook’s New Privacy Settings: A Google+ Rip-off?

    August 24, 2011
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    Facebook just announced on their official blog that some new privacy settings and features will soon be rolled out. They aren’t live yet, but as the blog post goes, it looks like Facebook has taken a leaf out of Google’s social networking book to bring out the said new settings and features. There are quite a few new things actually and yes I’m going to talk about all of them, if you don’t understand then ...

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    How to Unban Someone from Facebook Fan Page?

    August 18, 2011
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    Some time back I shared an article on How to ban someone on Facebook fan page and sometime by mistake you might have banned legit users. In this quick tutorial I’m showing how you can unban any banned member from Facebook fan page. Now, many of you must be wondering should we ban people who liked our page or just warn them? Ban users or warn them for spamming? First of all, keep in mind ...

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    How to Delete All Imported Notes on Facebook Quickly

    August 14, 2011
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    Lately I have been talking a lot about Google panda and being penalized by Google, I have all the reasons to dig down the slimmest of loophole which can cause penalty. So I believe all who have been penalized by Google panda must have seen their Facebook notes are outranking original content. Atleast this is true in my case. I have been using Notes application to import my feeds into my wall and thus used ...

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    5 Facebook Privacy Settings You Should Know

    August 14, 2011
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    With the amazing growth that Facebook has shown over the past few years, more and more information is being disseminated through the net and through other social networks. However, as oblivious as it sounds, many individuals have remained on Facebook for years, yet are still aloof to how unprotected their profile is. We will go through 5 Facebook Privacy Settings that every user should know how to utilize to their advantage. The Unintentional Exposure This is ...

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