The headline on all of the major entertainment (and some news) sites the day after the 2014 Billboard Music Awards all read something like “Michael Jackson Hologram Rocks Billboard Music Awards”. I’m not really an awards show gal, I generally see what people are posting about on Facebook and look for those videos on YouTube the next day. But when I heard that MJ was coming back from the dead to perform for the awards I had to see it for myself. For those that missed it, take a look at the video and keep reading because this performance got me to thinking about my legacy. Read more!
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I use Facebook more for personal reasons than for business, but I do see many business benefits. At one point Facebook was considered a “free” way to promote your business but with the recent changes to the Facebook algorithms businesses who aren’t spending money aren’t being seen. The good news is that over the past couple of years Facebook has made significant improvements to its ad targeting options which makes Facebook continue to be a great means of marketing your small business, the difference is you have to spend some of your marketing budget to do so. Here are three tips to effectively using Facebook ads: Read more!