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27-Jul-2017 03:38

It’s the news that all of us haters have been anxiously waiting for: after many years of being able to only “like” things on Facebook…a dislike button is coming.At a Q&A session today, co-founder Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that the option to thumbs-down a post is currently being tested.In other Facebook news, they’re also testing read receipts for events.You can already see when a friend has read your Facebook message, but there might soon be the option to see who has opened your event invite.“I recommended Martyn back in 2011 but I thought it was about time to do it again. Yet again he has provided me with insurance that was significantly cheaper than the main players in this field.” “I urgently needed to renew my business insurance after ‘Simply Useless’…not sure this is their correct trading name but it should be!! just tried to stiff me again for the 3rd year running, I googled your company online 1 day ago and was put through to one of your consultants – wow, what a great attitude, pleasant, friendly, informative, drilled down into my business cover requirements, gave good constructive advice, came back with various options within 24 hours and I am now a new and very happy client of Titan…Moreover, the Case Owner changes to the default owner even if I explicitly specify a new Owner Id (referring to some particular user).

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A barely there or often ignored site can be the difference between the next big sale and a customer saying ‘adios.’ With most companies making their initial decisions based upon your business card of a website, it’s time to refocus your efforts on getting your website into more than just working order.

Use your site to show potential customers just how great your company truly is- and what a necessity it can be to them.

A blog page is a great way to stay connected with your customer base on a regular basis.

By writing pieces yourself- or hiring someone to craft your message into a blog post for you- you can easily attract, educate and inspire people through your site.

According to Entrepreneur.com, “Companies that published 16 blog posts per month got about 4.5 times more leads than companies that published between 0-4 monthly posts.”Many companies that tend to deal with technical terms day in and day out- in the medical fields, for example- turn to blog posts to show the friendly and approachable side of themselves and their businesses.

So no dislikes on the gym selfies that girl you went to summer camp with one year keeps posting (she's working hard, let her be proud of her accomplishments!