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Lori Gama
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Lori Gama is CEO of DaGama Web Studio: a full-service online marketing agency. Web Design; SEO; Social Media Marketing and Email Marketing services.
Lori Gama is CEO of DaGama Web Studio: a full-service online marketing agency. Web Design; SEO; Social Media Marketing and Email Marketing services.

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Social Media Success in 7 Easy Steps - my mega blog post, written to help those who need a road map for their #socialmediamarketing

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YouTube announced that over one billion hours of content are viewed on YouTube every day (that's 114,000+ years worth of video watched each day on YouTube).

At Just 3 Seconds Per View, Facebook Is Generating Over 3,000 Years' Worth Of Watch Time Each Day. Read this interesting article about Facebook Live Statistics...

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My short blog post: How Often Americans Use Social Media Sites
#socialmediamarketingtip

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All #writers  should read this blog post by +Emily Kemme  about the love of books and the writing of novels...

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Social media statistics here in my short blog post: How Americans Use Social Media Sites. #socialmedia

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Phew!
"Since Google+ is still alive and kicking, Google is rolling out three updates to the product over the next couple of weeks. For one, those who still use Google+ will be able to hide low-quality comments so that they can focus “on the comments that matter most,” Google+ Product Manager Danielle Buckley wrote on the company’s blog today.

Another update entails zoom capabilities on photos and making it so that you’ll see less white space on the screen. Back in the day, when I dabbled with Google+, I do remember seeing a bunch of beautiful photos on the site, but I just wonder how many there are these days.

Anyway, Google seems most excited about the return of Events. Starting January 24, people will be able to create and join events on Google+. That date also marks the official end of the old Google+, but fear not! Google is not ready to totally throw in the towel just yet.

In 2015, Google+ began its evolution from a basic social network to one that focuses on content curation. As part of that evolution, Google redesigned Google+ and introduced more tools for community moderators and a way to add images and links to comments.
“Just because we’re bidding adieu to classic Google+,” Buckley wrote, “doesn’t mean we’re done working on the new one.”

Phew."

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Just in case you didn't hear about this yet: Facebook Pages can now “go live” from the desktop, add live contributors and more. #video #marketing

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Interesting information about featured snippets in Google.
#SEO

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29 of the Best Things I Did This Year - Plus 3 Missteps - great advice from +Tarzan Kay Copywriting 
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