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Silabur Cave in Sarawak

Have you heard about the Jade Caves of Sarawak? Yes, a cave that looks like it is made from jade, which is called the Silabur Cave in Serian, Sarawak.  This beautiful cave has been around for a very long time, and mostly visited by researchers, but in 2016, the cave became more popular among the locals, mainly due to the beautiful jade texture of the cave walls.  Silabur Cave in Sarawak This beautiful cave is found in the district of Serian, which is about 90 minutes drive from the cit...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Instagram, China, Malaysia, Waze, Google Maps, Sabah, Borneo, Kuching, Sarawak, David Jr, Facebook Page, West Kalimantan, Kalimantan Indonesia


How to Leverage B2B Lookalike Audiences in the Stages of Your Sales Funnel

Looking back on 2018, one of the more effective audience targets we’ve been able to leverage in our campaigns is Lookalike audiences. If you’re unfamiliar with this targeting strategy, Lookalike audiences provide a way for you to submit a list of users to a platform and have them search for users on their platform who behave similarly; in other words, they “look like” the audience you provided. These can be based on the options available for targeting or other qualities advertisers are unable ...
Tags: Facebook, Sem, Custom Audiences, Facebook Page, LTV


Singapore activist found guilty of hosting ‘illegal assembly’ via Skype

An ongoing case in Singapore is testing the legal boundaries of virtual conferences. A court in the Southeast Asian city-state this week convicted human rights activist Jolovan Wham of organizing a public assembly via Skype without a permit and refusing to sign his statement when ordered by the police. Wham will be sentenced on January 23 and faces a fine of up to S$5,000 or a jail term of up to three years. The judge in charge of the case, however, has not provided grounds of his decision, Wham...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, Hong Kong, Lawsuit, Human Rights, Singapore, Tech, Software, Lawsuits, Joshua Wong, Skype, Free Speech, Southeast Asian city, Wong, Facebook Page, Wham


Snapchat Still Can’t Figure Out How to Make Money

Unlike Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, social media’s youngest sibling is having problems turning a profit. According to the Motley Fool (via IB Times), Snap, Inc. is quickly transitioning itself as a direct sales business into a self-serve platform to sell ads to its flagship app Snapchat. In other words, this is Snap, Inc’s last-ditch effort to prove to the big boys that they can generate revenue. TMF reports: The self-serve approach enables Snap to reach a much broader audience of marketers....
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Advertising, Marketing, Social Media, Tech, Snapchat, Pop Culture, Jazz, Silicon Valley, Evan Spiegel, Facebook Instagram, Facebook Page, Motley Fool, Debra Aho Williamson, The Struggle Is Real


Pioneer Midwest – Wax Clinic: 11/30 6:00pm – 7:30pm

  Join Tommy Carlson and Pioneer Midwest staff for a Wax Clinic this Friday. Learn the ins and outs of kick wax, glide wax and how to best prepare your skis for the snow! We will be live-streaming the clinic for those who can’t make it. Tune in on our Facebook Page to watch. *** The next clinic will be 12/4. The post Pioneer Midwest – Wax Clinic: 11/30 6:00pm – 7:30pm appeared first on FasterSkier.com.
Tags: News, Sport, Skiing, Facebook Page, Sponsor News, Pioneer Midwest, Tommy Carlson, Pioneer Midwest Wax Clinic


Gain Credibility on Social Media | Verify Your Facebook Page | Social Media Marketing Tips

With all the talk about fake news and questionable news sources on Facebook, it is no wonder that consumers are becoming wary of the sources of their information. Realizing that information is very easy to forge, duplicate and distribute, consumers are more adamant than ever to get their information from “real” and “credible” sources. Specifically, they are looking to interact with real people and businesses. Businesses and accounts that have the slightest hint of being “unreal” tend to be ignor...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Toronto, Seo, Canada, Facebook Page, Cambridge Analytica, Social Media Marketing Agency


How to Use New Changes Coming to Facebook Messenger to Benefit your Small Business

There’s a deadline on the horizon that affects and requires action by Facebook Page admins. Starting Jan. 1, 2019, Facebook Pages will need to have successfully been approved for subscription messaging permissions. If not, they won’t be able to send the free messaging type called non-promotional subscription messaging. If you’re a Page admin and this news sounds like it affects you, read on for everything you need to know about the change, how to apply, and tips for getting approved. Read on fo...
Tags: Facebook, Facebook Pages, Sales, Social Media, Facebook Messenger, Facebook Page, Publisher Channel Content, Messenger Facebook, Facebook Page admins Starting Jan, Facebook Subscription Messaging, Facebook Subscription Messaging Wasn


Follow for the Latest Black Friday Deals!

Good Morning! Just a quick note about Black Friday deals…! They are coming in fast and hard but you can easily miss something if you wait on hearing about it from my newsletter which typically gets sent the day after I post a deal. If you subscribe to it, thank you so much! But I did want to point out if you want the latest deals more quickly you might want to Like my Facebook Page or follow me on Twitter as both are updated real-time daily! I hope you score some great presents for yourself ...
Tags: Beauty, Facebook Page, Miscellaneous Blogging


Study of political junk on Facebook raises fresh questions about its metrics

A midterms election study of political disinformation being fenced by Facebook’s platform supports the company’s assertion that a clutch of mostly right-leaning and politically fringe Pages it removed in October for sharing “inauthentic activity” were pulled for gaming its engagement metrics. Though it remains unclear why it took Facebook so long to act against such prolific fakers — which the research suggests had been doping their metrics unchallenged on Facebook for up to five years. The t...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Advertising Tech, US, Social Media, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Facebook Groups, Hate Speech, Jones, Alex Jones, Breitbart, Albright, Facebook Page, Soros


A startup backed by Marc Benioff raised a bunch of new money to bring branded websites back from the dead

Brandcast has raised $18 million in Series A funding to build out technology that lets marketers build and edit websites quickly. CEO Richard Yanowitch says that he's seeing a switch from brands pumping out content for social media to publishing websites. Marc Benioff, Shasta Ventures, and Affinity Group are backing the San Francisco-based startup. Websites aren't dead. Even as more web distribution moves to social platforms, San Francisco-based Brandcast is betting big on websites. The firm ...
Tags: Facebook, San Francisco, Trends, Nike, Google Analytics, Time Magazine, Marc Benioff, Shasta Ventures, Virgil, Facebook Page, Benioff, Shaklee, Brandcast, TPG Group, Richard Yanowitch, Affinity Group


How to Go Global in 3 Digital Steps

With the uncertainty of Trump’s next move combined with the UK’s looming exit from the European Union, the international marketplace is experiencing a rare flux – and it is opening up opportunities for savvy businesses to get ahead in their globalization plans. By Sergio Afonso It’s almost the perfect storm. Existing relationships with world super powers are in jeopardy and the UK’s upper hand on Europe are together presenting US businesses with an interesting opening to fill this void in the EU...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Asia, Europe, Business, Japan, UK, Yahoo, Russia, US, Sales & Marketing, Eu, European Union, Cms, Google Translate, Trump


Google Maps takes on Facebook Pages with new ‘Follow’ feature for tracking businesses

Google Maps has been steadily rolling out new features to make its app more than just a way to find places and navigate to them. In recent months, it’s added things like group trip planning, music controls, commuter tools, ETA sharing, personalized recommendations, and more. Now, it’s introducing a new way for users to follow their favorite businesses, as well – like restaurants, bars, or stores, for example – in order to stay on top of their news and updates. If that sounds a lot like Google Ma...
Tags: Google, Social, Mobile, Apps, Facebook Pages, Local, Tech, Businesses, Retail, Google-Maps, Eta, Facebook Page


Live Streaming of HURT100 Lottery

HURT 100 lottery selection starts on Saturday, August 18, 2018, at 2:00 pm HST. Names of selectees will be posted on UltraSignup using the link below:https://ultrasignup.com/lottery/lottery_draw_list.aspx?did=56682 This year, we will also provide live video streaming of the lottery selection on our Facebook Page and YouTube channel. If you haven't already done so... please "Like" our Facebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/hurthawaii/ and please click "Subscribe" on our YouTube channel:http:...
Tags: Youtube, Sport, Running, Facebook Page, Augusto, HURT 100 Related


Fong calls for resignation of DMV, Dept. of Tech

Assemblyman Vince Fong has called for the resignation of Jean Shiomoto, who heads the Department of Motor Vehicles and Amy Tong who heads the Department of Technology.In a video shared on Fong's Facebook Page, he called for there to be new leadership at the DMV and Department of Technology in order for the departments top "regain the trust of the public".   
Tags: DMV, Local News, Vince Fong, Department of Motor Vehicles, Facebook Page, Fong, Jean Shiomoto, Amy Tong, DMV Dept of Tech, Department of Technology


12 #HigherEd Strategies To Deal with Facebook in 2019 #hesm

It’s been a tough year for Facebook — and for a good number of Facebook page admins working in higher education. While the jury is still out on the real impact of the Facebook algorithm change introduced at the beginning of the year, I have seen several instances of decreased organic reach reported in the higher ed social media online communities. The jury is still out, but Melissa Cheater, Digital Content Manager at Western University, will share in 10 days the results of her research on Faceb...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Texas, Marketing, US, Sacramento, Marketing Strategy, Canada, West Virginia University, Facebook Groups, Vcu, Melissa, Arlington, University of Texas, Western University, Facebook Group


"Brayden's Brave Heart"

(UPDATE: October 11, 2018 10:15 p.m.) Brayden's family shared a photo of Brayden following his surgery. The post says that Brayden is doing good but is struggling in a few areas. They said that he is stable and everything he is going through is expected with a high risk transplant with pulmonary hypertension. (UPDATE: October 11, 2018 8:56 a.m) Brayden's family posted this picture of the many monitors being used to look over Brayden. The Bakersfield Police Department also tweeted to Br...
Tags: Facebook, Local News, Facebook Live, Bakersfield Police Department, Bakersfield, Facebook Page, Bakersfield Police, Brayden, Brayden Eidenshink, Brayden Happy


Things To Do Before Traveling Abroad: A Simple Guide to Visas, Documents, and Other Important Things

This post Things To Do Before Traveling Abroad: A Simple Guide to Visas, Documents, and Other Important Things appeared first on The Professional Hobo. I sometimes get emails from readers who are intimidated by all the paperwork and documents they think they need in order to travel the world. While it’s super important to have your documents and visas in order before you travel, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. In this guide, I break down all the important documents you should prepare ...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Europe, Japan, UK, Australia, Ebay, Germany, Singapore, Africa, Toronto, Post Office, Netflix, Thailand, Canada, New Zealand


Best B2B Chatbot Examples

Artificial intelligence is all around us. From predicting the most relevant content to display on your news feed to shutting down fake accounts, AI impacts our digital experiences every day. One particular form of AI, however, has been a hot topic in the business world recently: chatbots. A chatbot is a service, powered by rules, that you interact with via a chat interface such as Facebook Messenger, Slack, or a website widget. A recent report from Juniper Research found that the adoption of cha...
Tags: Seo, Facebook Messenger, HubSpot, Marketo, Juniper Research, Social Media Tools, Social Media Strategy, Facebook Page, Chatbots, Facebook Messenger Slack, B2B chatbots, Messenger Hubspot, Marketo Software, MarketBot


Hacker Proclaims He'll Live-Stream an Attempt To Delete Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Page This Sunday

An indie Taiwanese hacker has proclaimed he'll broadcast an attempt to wipe out Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook page this Sunday -- live. From a report: Self-professed bug bounty-hunter Chang Chi-yuan, who ferrets out software flaws in return for cash, says he'll live-stream an endeavor to delete the billionaire's account at 6 p.m. local time from his own Facebook page. He didn't get into details or respond to an online query. "Broadcasting the deletion of FB founder Zuck's account," the lanky youngs...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, India, Tech, Tesla, Chang, Facebook Page, Zuck, Chang Chi


Top Reason Your Facebook Page Isn’t Growing, And Other Tips [Cyber PR]

While there are alternatives, Facebook is still the top promotional tool for most artists and labels.  But the rules about what gets promoted on Facebook continually change making it difficult to grow your Page following. Ariel Hyatt and her team at CyberPR offer some solutions. _________________________________ By Ariel Hyatt and the team at CyberPR If you’ve spent any time trying to promote your music on a Facebook Page, I’m sure you’ve noticed something pretty frustrating ...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Ariel, Michael, Facebook Marketing, Facebook Page, Facebook Pixel, Ariel Hyatt, Michael Shoup, Facebook Insights, Facebook Algorithm, Facebook Analytics, Facebook Ads Platform, Insights Facebook, Absolutely Facebook, Account Facebook Pixel Audiences


Christa Zaat is rewriting art history for female artists

At the weekend I came across Christa Zaat for the first time - and found out how she was building a huge resource about Female Artists in History as a Facebook Page - which has 91,000 followers and a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
Tags: Art, Facebook Page, Making A Mark, Christa Zaat


'Our show tries to be an alternative': Inside Refinery29's big bet to make a hit late-night show on Facebook Watch

Refinery29 thinks it has found a new formula for cracking Facebook Watch: a 15-minute late-night show. The show is split into short segments that cover politics and pop culture. Refinery29 is experimenting with cross-promoting and linking shows to drive viewers to Watch. Publishers can't make branded content for Watch yet, but Refinery29 is already interested in product placements and sponsorships. Early last week, a few hours before the Emmy Awards aired on TV, a roughly 20-person crew huddl...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Stephen Colbert, US, Trends, Colbert, Cbs, Party, Denis, Seth Meyers, Lucy, Chinatown, Miller, Facebook Page, Emmerich, Julie Miller


How to Maintain a Facebook Page for Your Small Business (INFOGRAPHIC)

A whopping 80% of small businesses now use Facebook Pages for marketing. Understandably so, because there are over 2 billion monthly active users on Facebook and those numbers can’t be ignored. However, as more small businesses set up Facebook Pages to connect with customers online, they are facing a challenge managing their business Pages. Oftentimes, small business owners and Page managers ask questions like, “What should you post on your Facebook business Page?,” “What is the best times to p...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Facebook Pages, Sales, Social Media, Facebook Page, Citipost Mail, Citipost Mail Videos, Facebook Business Pages Check


5 Photos Every Church Website Should Have

Welcome to September! Or as we call it – Website Photography Month. At the bottom of this post I’ll share several exciting announcement for things we’re doing for you during Website Photography month. But before I get to that… Here’s a question for you… What is the single biggest factor that makes a good website good? I say it’s the website’s photos. Think about it… What’s your reaction when you go to a website that is all text?  Boring, right? There’s no life to it. It’s hard to identify and co...
Tags: Photography, Instagram, Web Design, Religion, Web Hosting, Facebook Page, Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest, Church Photography, Website Photos


Kansai International Airport in Osaka Is Flooded and Closed

Kansai International Airport in Osaka Is Flooded and Closed Typhoon Jebi hits Osaka just a few hours ago and the Kansai International Airport is closed for now. There are reports and videos from NHK World Japan that the Kansai International Airport is flooded right not so it is closed for now. ( = || []).push({}); Furthermore, NHK World Japan reports that a fuel tanker has also collided into a bridge linking the airport and the city of Izumisano. You c...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Japan, Featured, Malaysia, Hawaii, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines, Airport, Headline, Airasia, Osaka, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Japan - Osaka, Kansai


Where Can You Get Discounts and Lots More Real Estate, Technology and Marketing Content?

Via our Facebook page! Simply visit: www.facebook.com/AgencyLogic and click the ‘like’ button! You’ll see content from this blog plus more about real estate, marketing and technology.
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Social Media, Like, Radio, Facebook Page, Real Estate Marketing, AgencyLogic, Agencylogic.com, Powersite, Single Property Website, Single Property Websites, Listing Websites, Listing Website


Long-Form Content vs. Short-Form Content: The Ultimate Comparison With Pros & Cons

Long-form content (especially long-form articles and blog posts) is currently trending on the web among brands and bloggers because they’re proven to bring more search engine and social media traffic. However, long-form content is not something new. They existed as e-books, whitepapers, guides, etc. for a very long time. It’s just that now it’s everywhere — on blogs, e-zines, news portals, etc. That said, it’s also true that our attention spans are getting shorter — thanks to smartphones and so...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Writing, Content Marketing, Blogging, Link Building, Nielsen, Mark Twain, Content Creation, Cpc, Blogging Tips, Google Panda, Seth Godin, Don, Facebook Twitter


Facebook Feed Plugin Update

Over the years, Facebook has gotten into hot water several times for failing to protect users data and privacy.  Recently, it announced a change, requiring 3rd party apps that access Facebook page feeds to use  “access tokens.” A new version of the Facebook Feed plugin used in our WP-EZ Church Website Builder has been updated to comply with Facebook’s change. If you have been using the Facebook Feed feature in WP-EZ to show your Facebook Page’s latest posts on your website, you need to follow th...
Tags: Facebook, Religion, Social Media, Web Hosting, Facebook Page, Facebook Comments, Facebook Feed, Facebook Login, WP-EZ website builder, Custom Facebook, Facebook Feed Plugin Update, Facebook Page ID, Facebook Access Token


Ban Pony Painting Parties

I sounded off about the awful Pony Painting Parties on Monday on my Facebook Page - which seems to have contributed a little to getting the word out that these need to be stopped. As the petition... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
Tags: Art, Facebook Page, Making A Mark


The Boss Salted Egg Chips Malaysia Review

The Boss Salted Egg Chips Malaysia Review The Boss Salted Eggs Chips is probably the most popular salted egg chips snacks in Malaysia. When the Irvins Salted Egg Chips created the salted egg snacks craze in Singapore, there was no salted egg snacks in Malaysia. That is probably how The Boss Salted Egg Chips started in Malaysia. Once we got to know that there is a local brand selling the salted egg chips, we tried to get them but they were usually sold out. Thus, we didn’t manage to review the c...
Tags: Travel, Food, Singapore, Malaysia, Headline, Malaysia - Food, Ben, Facebook Page, Deluca, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Ladurée Paris, Boss Salted Egg Chips Malaysia Review, Irvins Salted Egg Chips, Boss Salted Egg Chips, Chill X Diner Food and Snacks for Movies Review