Social Media Slice for Friday, August 24, 2018

Facebook yanks discriminatory ad targeting words, Android Pi makes it easier to switch on-screen aps, and Buffer shares tips on improving LinkedIn Business Pages. All covered today.

SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers and Small Business Owners doing their own marketing.


MAIN SLICE

Facebook just removed a bunch of words, phrases and terms to further reduce discriminatory targeting of ads. It might restrict you a little when driving down to a niche market, but it seems to be for the greater good. More


SLICE SPECIAL OF THE DAY

Tips from Buffer to make your client’s LinkedIn business page look stronger — or even your own, you do have a presence on LI don’t you? Granted, Buffer does plug itself a few times, but that doesn’t diminish the general value of the info supplied. More...


SLICE MOTIVATION


SLICE INGREDIENTS

Switching aps on mobile just became easier if you have moved over to Android Pi. Not a big deal unless you are like me, with a half dozen apps open at a time while working on a social Media project. More...


SLICE ON THE GO

Flying to London for a social media account or a conference in Europe? There appear to be vast differences among the airport destinations. New survey lists best to worst. More...


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