Entries by Nicole Heisig

Facebook Insights – The 5 Page Metrics that Matter Most

With all the different social media networks available these days, brands need to pay attention to which networks are going to be most beneficial to them. Almost always, Facebook ends up at least in the top 3 networks to be on, not to mention if you take a look at your web analytics, you’ll probably […]

3 Tools to Help Withstand the Next Google Algorithm Update

Mobile-Friendly + Website = Awesome! Mobile-friendly and responsive website design best practices have been in effect for several years now, many brands have upgraded their websites to conform to this user demanded function. But for those of you who are unsure, use these 3 tools to test out whether your website and mobile devices will […]

Facebook Changes their Algorithm Again

You think Google changes their search algorithm all the time? Well, Facebook changes just as frequently. This week Facebook is rolling out an altered news feed algorithm once again. In previous updates, Facebook has tried to ensure that users see the posts that are most popular within their circle of friends, even if the post […]

Twitter’s New Layout is Here!

We all heard it was coming but it’s finally here! Twitter’s new layout has finally arrived and is available for everyone. All you have to do is log in to your Twitter account,  and there it is, the option to update now or later, it’s your choice. I would advise updating now! Within your account, […]

Twitter’s New Layout: It’s Here!

This was just too good not to share! You may have heard a little something back in February about Twitter’s upcoming layout overhaul…well those weren’t just rumors. Twitter is finally getting ready to launch its new layout to a small group of users and within a few weeks you might have it too. In this […]

There’s a Place in Pinterest for everything

Back in November 2013 Pinterest introduced its ‘Place Pins‘ to give Pinterest users the ability to map their favorite destinations. Pinterest developers had noticed that users were pinning, re-pinning and favoriting over 1.5 million places every day. They wanted to help inspire people to go out and do more things, explore when on vacation. Many […]