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Facebook

Five Biggest Facebook Scams or Hoaxes

     First, I want to apologize for there not being any blog posts last week (or Tuesday of this week.) I got hit up beside the head with a pretty vicious flu bug and it knocked me down for a few days.

    Today's post will be for all of our Facebook friends out there. We'll take a quick look at the five most common (or biggest) scams (or hoaxes) that seem to persist on Facebook.

To Do List

My January To Do List

January is a great time to go over your website and social media channels.  The Internet is an ever-changing medium and every business's Internet presence should reflect that. 

Windows 8

Windows 8 Update Feature and Internet Explorer Vulnerability

     This bog post has two parts. If you want, you may read the Part 2 first, but the second has a relationship with Part 1.

Part 1

     For people who want to take a little more "hands on" approach to updating their Windows 8 updates from Microsoft, here's the easiest way to get you to where you need to be: Press the Windows key

Marketing

Free Local Marketing

Are you looking for ways to market your business locally?  Local traffic is the bread and butter of most businesses.  Many shoppers use mobile devices when they are out shopping to check prices and look up nearby locations.  Here are some FREE ways to get a higher impact in the local market.

LinkedIn Company Pages Update

LinkedIn has been around for a while, but they have recently upped their game.  Now, companies can add header images and other improvements.

JAVA

The JAVA Exploit

Welcome to another "tech blog." I apologize for the delay in posting at least once a week. Sometimes the 'local' job takes over and doesn't give me the time needed. This edition (Oops, I started to say 'this week's edition') has a very important, urgent message pertaining to your computer's safety.

Facebook

Facebook Facial Recognition and Follow Up

Welcome everyone! Glad you are taking a small amount of time to read this.

First on the menu for today: Facebook Facial Recognition - It's back.

What Temperature Should My Processor Be Running At?

Below is a nice little article about heat and your computers' processor. It was written by David A. Harding. You can reach David at: [email protected].

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