SPOTLIGHT: Facebook Reaches a Billion, Google My Business Warning

TODAY’S SPOTLIGHT

More than one billion accounts accessed Facebook in a 24 hour period this week. There are 7.3 billion individuals on Earth. Your organization needs a Facebook strategy.

Google continues making inroads on local search and is warning businesses to verify their listings via a Google My Business account. Let us know if you need help–we are the local Google partners for Chantilly, Virginia.

And finally, a look at how the power logos have for your brand when an artist swaps logo colors of competing brands.

And that is what you need to know for this week without the hype.

News You Should Know

One Billion Accounts Accessed Facebook in A Single Day

One Billion Accounts Accessed Facebook in A Single Day

Following in the footsteps of AOL, CompuServe, and other gateways to the Internet, Facebook is the place many people start and end their Internet journey. One billion unique accounts accessed Facebook in a single day this week. No organization can afford to ignore Facebook.

Google Warns Again, Login To Your Google My Business Account Or Else...

Google Warns Again, Login To Your Google My Business Account Or Else…

In June, Google began warning business owners that they need to login and verify their business listings within the Google My Business account. If they did not, they run the risk of a deleted listing.

Here's What 22 Famous Logos Would Look Like If They Swapped Colors With Competitors

Here’s What 22 Famous Logos Would Look Like If They Swapped Colors With Competitors

As the author points out, this is a little disconcerting. We already know what makes a successful logo—remember, simplicity is key. But what about its color scheme?  A Brazilian graphic designer, Paula Rúpolo, recently experimented with 22 major brand logos, swapping the colors of a brand’s logo with that of its competitors.

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