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Is it a moo point? Chick-Fil-A earns significant opponents when expressing long-held view I love Chick-fil-A’s food. I love how the staff answers everything with “My pleasure.” And I love Chick-fil-A sauce. I don’t love how the cows in the …
Should employers get in potential employees ‘beeswax?’ Posted on March 28, 2012 We all know there are issues surrounding employers and Facebook. Posting embarrassing photos, snarky comments and similar things on your Facebook page can get you into deep trouble. …
Facebook Brand Timeline Last Wednesday was a pretty big day in the world of social media managers. Facebook unveiled its timeline for brand pages, and everyone should take note for several reasons. The main reason is all pages will convert …
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