What size should you make your Facebook photos?

Why bigger photos are better in Facebook cover designs (free template & tips to prove it)

After considerable testing, I’ve found that profile photos are displayed at 160×160 pixels at the top of your main profile page — as they are in every Facebook template I’ve ever found on the Web.

However, if you try to upload a profile photo that’s 160 pixels wide, you’ll receive a Facebook error stating that your profile image must be at least 180 pixels wide.  Confusing, right?

Here’s the deal – You can’t upload profile photos that are smaller than 180 pixels, but you can upload images that are larger. Read more

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Exclusive: The Rags-To-Riches Tale Of How Jan Koum Built WhatsApp Into Facebook’s New $19 Billion Baby

By Parmy Olson, Forbes Staff

Jan Koum picked a meaningful spot to sign the $19 billion deal to sell his company WhatsApp to Facebook earlier today. Koum, cofounder Brian Acton and venture capitalist Jim Goetz of Sequoia drove a few blocks from WhatsApp’s discreet headquarters in Mountain View to a disused white building across the  railroad tracks, the former North County Social Services office where Koum, 37, once stood in line to collect food stamps. Read more.


The Usability Of Your Website Starts With Its Content


Before going any further, it’s important that we make one point very clear. Regardless of industry, niche or interest, the internet is a competitive place to advertise services or attempt to do business. With a potential daily audience numbering in the hundreds of millions, the potential rewards for savvy internet entrepreneurs are staggering.

Due to the fierce competition for web traffic that has emerged over the last decade, Read more



11 Web Marketing and Social Media Trends That Will Shape 2014

By Stephanie Frasco

2014 is going to be a killer year for Social Media and Small Business.

Social Media allows small businesses to leverage technology to even the playing field with bigger brands and companies. In 2014, some of the trends we saw in 2013 will continue to rise while others will fall. But it all comes down to how you communicate with your customers, how you leverage relationships, and of course how you share GREAT content.

Content is what businesses are built on today. It always has been and always will be.

So without further ado, here are 11 trends for 2014 and how you can get ready:




How to Increase your SEO with Google +

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Google Plus is more than just a social media site. It can be a tool that can help boost a website’s ranking on Google’s search engine.

With the changes and updates on the Google algorithm which was introduced as the Hummingbird, Google Plus becomes an integral part of any online marketing and SEO strategies of bloggers, webmasters and internet marketers.

So what is Google Plus, really?

Google describes the service as connecting social, communication and people which is designed to build your website’s ability to rank higher on search. Here we show you how to increase your SEO with Google+…
Read more at http://www.jeffbullas.com/2013/11/11/how-to-increase-your-seo-with-google-plus/#JIFcH7ZuUPqpgFx8.99


Google Search now supports hashtags from google plus

If you’re one of those people who just can’t get enough of hash-tagging, then it’s your lucky time of the year. Just when we thought that the hashtags had hit their high note when Facebook decided to entertain them,…


Con Teckler ganas dinero si el contenido que compartes se vuelve popular

Si la Web en su versión 1.0 partía de servicios gratuitos y en la 2.0 las empresas comenzaron a ganar dinero con el contenido generado por los propios usuarios, la 3.0 puede ser una nueva etapa en la que las personas ganen el dinero a través de la generación de su propio contenido. Nos lo explica Clarisa Herrera en este interesante artículo.




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