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Another great idea from Social Identities... I had a theory that the reach on Instagram shares to a Facebook Page would be higher than updates with an image posted directly on Facebook, so I tested it a few times with both images and a video. In every case the reach was through the roof and actually higher than my text posts. If you'd like to try this on your Page, it's really quite simple and hopefully it will work as well for you as it has for me.

It's best to keep informed or you'll lose out!

Last fall, Google rolled out one of its largest changes of the past decade - an entirely new search algorithm, nicknamed "Hummingbird." In contrast to the past updates, Panda and Penguin, which modified existing search algorithms and affected roughly 2 to 5 percent of search queries, Hummingbird is believed to have affected nearly 90 percent of all queries and dramatically changed the way the engine processes user requests.

SEO factor is a big Con. The trend for parallax scrolling websites is as strong as ever in 2014 and those who said it would just be a short term design fad destined to go the way of flash websites are not  looking too smart at the moment. There are still plenty who prefer to keep their distance from this style whilst they are many converts will extoll their virtues at the drop of a hat and see them as their go to web design style to impress and wow clients. The reason why there is such a divide in opinion is normally down to different people having different priorities for a website. In the main the pros and cons can be summarized as following:

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