Facebook is overhauling its News Feed — so users feel better again

Facebook is re-tweaking its News Feed again.  This time it wants to bring it back to friends and family instead of viral videos and media posts, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a post Thursday.  “I’m changing the goal I give our product teams from focusing on helping you find relevant content to helping you have more.. read more →

Now you can leave a video as a Facebook comment

If a picture is worth a thousand words, imagine what a video can do. Facebook announced on Friday it will now allow users to leave a video in the comments section, as the company continues to emphasize video content as we consume more of it. You can leave a video by clicking the camera button.. read more →

Facebook to Remove Inactive Profile Accounts, ‘Likes’ Expected to Drop

Facebook will be removing memorialized and voluntarily deactivated accounts from page’s like counts, which will reduce the number of likes if your business has a Facebook page. Last week, Facebook wrote in a blog post that over the next few weeks, it will remove the aforementioned accounts to “make audience data even more meaningful for.. read more →

There’s a Reason NBC Will Stream Every Second of the Winter Olympics

NBC’s last Olympics was either a rousing success or a spectacular failure, depending on who you ask. The failures, as some called aspects of the coverage, were painstakingly documented in the #NBCFail hashtag that served as a sounding board for complaints about the tape-delayed coverage of the opening ceremony and some of the most anticipated.. read more →

Top 8 Reasons Why Men and Women Use Facebook

Facebook turned 10 on Tuesday, and with 1.23 billion monthly active users, 37 offices worldwide and more than 6,000 employees, it’s something to celebrate. But how are Facebook users actually using the social network after a decade? According to a recent survey conducted by Pew Research, 54% of female responders said they use Facebook to.. read more →

Drew Franzo on NBC’s Tuesday’s With Dan

Drew Franzo was recently invited to be a guest on NBC’s Tuesday’s with Dan. The show highlighted some of the strategies and things to keep in mind in regards to digital marketing for small businesses and organizations. read more →

Top Google Searches of 2012

Google has released the new Zeitgeist, its annual list of most popular searches and search trends throughout the year. Whitney Houston Gangnam Style Hurricane Sandy iPad 3 Diablo 3 Kate Middleton Olympics 2012 Amanda Todd Michael Clarke Duncan BBB12 Besides the top 10 overall searches, Zeitgeist lists the most popular images, athletes, events, TV shows,.. read more →

eSYNCS Donates Train of Hope Website to Cause

We were excited to launch the TrainOfHope.net website last week! This project came to our door in the morning, and by the end of the day we had the site up and running for this amazing cause!!! Learn more at TrainOfHope.net FULL PRESS RELEASE Ordinary Citizens In An Extraordinary Community Give Back To Superstorm Sandy.. read more →

eSYNCS CEO Drew Franzo Named One Of The Top Young Entrepreneurs to Watch

eSYNCS CEO Drew Franzo was named one of the top young entrepreneurs to watch in New Orleans Region. This summer, Under30CEO launched a nationwide campaign to discover the most promising young entrepreneurs from all across the United States. The goal of the Under30CEO Awards is to highlight the next big innovators, leaders, and world changers.. read more →

Why Social Media Makes Customer Service Better

By the end of the year, 80% of companies plan to use social media for customer service. On the consumer side, 62% of customers have already used social media for customer service issues. Gartner predicts one billion users will be on social networks by the end of 2012. The social landscape is evolving, but one.. read more →

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