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When you share a page on Facebook you usually have the option to choose from a list of thumbnails to display in the post. Sometimes one or more of these thumbnails are perfect for your post, other times they can be completely random.

Often they can be banners from the sidebar, user gravatars, background images or just generally make no sense to your post.”

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Are you a Facebook Business page owner?

There are new ways for you to connect with your customers.

Facebook have introduced new communication features for Pages, including more ways for customers to send private messages to businesses and new tools for Page admins to manage and respond to messages.

Interested? Read More...

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This is interesting.

Facebook are testing a "beacon" that allows businesses to push content to nearby smartphones. This would be great for pushing special offers or daily menus to customers. Imagine walking into a restaurant or cafe and instantly knowing what's is/isn't available on the menu.

Not sure if/when this will roll out to the UK but if you are interested then you can sign up here.

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We've been so busy recently designing clients web sites that we haven't had time to update our own web site and need to catch up on what we have been up to.

Here's our Blog post about The Restaurant & Larder at Kailzie Gardens in Peebles.

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Google are quite rightly shaking up mobile search.

From today, websites that aren't mobile-friendly, that is they don't look or work well on a mobile device, will rank lower in mobile search results.

As mobile browsing now accounts for nearly 40% of web browsing, nobody can afford to drop down the rankings.

Read our latest blog post on what this means and how you can fix it.

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BBC in school computer giveaway

The BBC will be giving away mini-computers to children across the country as part of its push to make the UK more digital.

One million Micro Bits - a stripped-down computer similar to a Raspberry Pi - will be given to all pupils starting secondary school in the autumn term.

The BBC is also launching a season of coding-based programmes and activities.

It will include a new drama based on Grand Theft Auto and a documentary on Bletchley Park.

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Your Business page likes to drop - But don't worry say Facebook...

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This is really clever.

Pure CSS used to create an animated tree. You can play with the code to see how it all works.

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Internet of things starter kit unveiled by ARM and IBM

This looks interesting. A starter kit for connecting sensors to the internet.

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Sainsbury's swaps shelf price tags for e-paper displays.

Clever use of e-paper.
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