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.


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


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...



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...


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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Published by Anthony Scialis, Social Media Content Creator

My name is Anthony Scialis and I used to be a newspaper writer. For over 40 years I covered the business and entertainment beats for community newspapers & magazines. Now, I use research & writing experience to provide Small Business Owners with customer-centric information. I assist with writing blogs and tweets, freeing up small biz owners to focus on what they enjoy and do best— run their businesses.

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