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Want more Facebook views? Then you need to know this.

Last week Facebook, once again, updated their algorithms which decide who and how many people get to see the posts on your Facebook business page.

There are two main changes, the first is what Facebook refer to as “click-baiting”, the posts that give you a taster or a hint at what they story is about, but tell you that you need to click through if you want to know the full story. Now, it could be argued that the title we have used for this blog post “Want more people to see your Facebook posts? Then you need to know this!” is a form of click-baiting, and you would probably...

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What's the point in a Twitter account?

It’s amazing how many projects we work on at the moment which aren’t particularly social media focussed, but we end up running an impromptu session for the people we are working with. A couple of months ago it happened again. We have been spending some time at a community radio station in the South East, working alongside staff and volunteers to develop the stations offer to everyone involved. I always love visiting various community stations and can virtually guarantee that regardless of whether it’s based on a geographical community, a community of faith or a mutual love of fishing ...

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Top Tips for Cleaning your Computer

On the second Monday of February each year, we mark our respects to the slow-loading, mice-running, circuit boards we call computers, for 'Clean Out Your Computer Day'. A worldwide event, initially sponsored in 2000 by The Institute for Business Technology, advancements have been made massively in the 15 years.

SO WHAT EXACTLY COULD YOU DO ON MONDAY 9TH FEB 2015?

Well as I seem to be the DigiEnable computer-fixer specialist and recently rebuilt our server I thought it would be useful to offer some ...

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Social Media for Councils

A question we often get asked is "will social media work for me/us?" This can come from an individual, SME company, third sector organsation, or even a big international company, and the answer is still the same... Yes! It's just the reasons why and strategies you use that differ.
 
In this new series of blogs, we'll try and cover some of the top things to think about for different types of clients we have. If you have any further questions, just let us know.
 
Normally the reasons why councils want to use social media are ...
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Quick Ways to Increase Facebook Engagement

Everyone who has a Facebook page is looking to generate interest and engagement. You wouldn’t have one in the first place, if you weren't trying to bring in some new business, or create a buzz amongst your current clients. We can sit and wait for this to happen, but unfortunately the “build it and they will come” approach doesn’t work to well. However, there are a number of ways you can speed up the process of building an online following for your business.

 
Remember that it’s not just about getting likes, and shares. It’s about getting the...
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Geeks Not Gender

DigiEnable's Liz recently got asked to speak at the fantastic networking event, Preston Social on Women in Tech.

As there's been lots of talk about gender balance at geek based events recently, Liz though it would be relevant to pose the intro for the debate Quality v Quota.

You can check out the tweets from  the event on our Storify link here –http://storify.com/DigiEnable/geeksnotgender-talk-b...

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DigiEnable placed 29th in the UK's Digital Leaders 100 list

Lancashire based digital training company DigiEnable have been recognised in the Top 100 digital leaders in the UK, at a gala event in London’s Congress Centre.

The Chorley based business was placed 2nd in the list of influential small to medium sized enterprises category and 29th in the overall list which included projects from local councils, NHS and BBC and was topped by lastminute.com founder, Baroness Martha Lane Fox.

The Digital Leaders 100 list represents organisations and individuals from a variety of sectors that are doing excit...

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