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Nick Lewis Communications
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Social Media / Online Marketing Advice & Training for South Wales
Social Media / Online Marketing Advice & Training for South Wales

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+Nick Lewis Communications is on the move! After 5 years of being based in Tondu, Bridgend, we’re moving our base of operations to +Sovereign Connect in Llantrisant, just off Junction 34 of the M4 in South Wales.

+Nick Lewis will be working from Sovereign Connect each Tuesday and Thursday, which will provide the perfect opportunity for potential new clients to receive a FREE one hour consultation about their social media and online marketing needs (pre-booking required).

To find out more, please visit: http://nicklewiscommunications.com/nick-lewis-communications-based-at-sovereign-connect-llantrisant/

#SocialMedia #OnlineMarketing #Social #Digital #SouthWales #Wales #SocialMediaTraining #SocialMediaManagement #Marketing #Facebook #Twitter #LinkedIn #Llantrisant #Bridgend #Cardiff #Swansea #M4 #PortTalbot #Pyle #Maesteg #Pencoed #Porthcawl #Cowbridge #Barry 
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+Nick Lewis Communications is proud to announce that for a short time only it will be offering ICPA Members heavily discounted rates for its social media management and social media training packages.

Find out more about this great offer by visiting: http://nicklewiscommunications.com/icpa-members/

#Accountancy #Accountants #ICPA #AccountancyFirms #OnlineMarketing #SocialMedia #Social
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Facebook pivots into Stories
(by Josh Constine for TechCrunch)

In its biggest change in a decade, Facebook is evolving from text and link-focused sharing to the visual communication format it admits “Snapchat has really pioneered.”

Read the full article via the link below.

#Facebook #SocialMedia #Social

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Facebook is the most popular social media network in the world, used by businesses and individuals alike. Nick Lewis Communications can manage Facebook Business Pages from as little as £37.50 per week. Find out more via the link below.

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Here's how to protect your internet browsing data now that it's for sale
(by Olivia Solon for The Guardian)

Congress voted to allow internet service providers to sell your browsing habits to advertisers, but there are a number of options for protecting your history.

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#Congress #Politics #Data #Internet #InternetBrowsing

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Hashtags, memes, and trolls: social media as a campaigning battleground for Indyref2
(via The London School of Economics & Politics)

Much of the debate during the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum was taking place on social media. Will this be repeated if Indyref2 was to be held in the near future? As the debate for the proposed referendum is starting to shape up, Graeme Baxter, Simon Burnett, Iain MacLeod, Sarah Pedersen and Elizabeth Tait reflect on some of the characteristics of the social media activities of the 2014 campaign, and consider how these may change the second time round.

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#Hashtags #Memes #Troll #Indyref2 #Scotland #SocialMedia #Social #Digital #Politics

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Tech giants say they’ll do more to curb the spread of extremist content online
(by Lisa Lacy for The Drum)

Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft have reportedly agreed to create “technical tools to identify and remove terrorist propaganda” after meeting with UK home secretary Amber Rudd who had publicly criticized the privacy policies of such players earlier this week.

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#SocialMedia #Social #Digital

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How To Promote Your Book On Social Media Without Spamming Everyone
(by Somak Ghoshal for The Huffington Post)

The dos and don'ts.

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#SelfPublishing #SocialMedia #Social #Digital
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