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Totally agree with this! Blog are definitely part of one's online marketing strategy, which mainly means social media, and blogs are just another platform with which to engage your audience! Great read!

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UC Web Creations is most definitely against SOPA. If passed, the SOPA bill in the US would affect all internet citizens, no matter what country they're in, and has the potential to permanently damage businesses that do anything online, especially blogs and websites that allow social interaction. Copyright protection is definitely important and something we support - we never use copyrighted material without permission, however this bill approaches the issue from the completely wrong angle, empowering those who already have power (and/or money), and has the potential to harm individuals and businesses who are merely in the crossfire. If you haven't looked into what SOPA is, you should. If you're based in the US, you should contact your Senators and Representatives to present your concerns. This bill was clearly not written by people who understand how the internet infrastructure works, and the idea is good, but the method needs to be completely re-designed. You can read more information on SOPA here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_Online_Piracy_Act#Arguments_against

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You should definitely be aware of this...
Woa - Facebook has introduced a simple and easy way for users to confidentially report any comments/activity that could be from someone contemplating suicide. Turns out that Facebook and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline have been partners since 2006, but this new service is surely an amazing new way to bring the potential support right to where people spend huge amounts of time... Facebook.com, and where they may post messages crying out for help.

You may recall the tragic loss of our social media friend Trey Pennington a few months back. It's so sad to think of "what if's" ... and suicide is such a heavy topic that not too many folks care to talk about. Likely most of us think it'll never happen to people we know... but it does.

I think this move by Facebook and Lifeline is very positive. And it shows just how much Facebook is becoming an integral part of our ecosystem and communications evolution. How about you?

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