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  1. Phoebe Bloedel says:

    I’m definitely looking for ways to boost my business and had some graphics created by another company. Is it viable to use the same artwork? The graphics company is Concord Signs & Banners 3568 Kimball Way Concord, CA 94518 – 925-808-3817. I’m not sure if the art files will be in a data format that you can work with.

  2. Social login is the way to go, but there are easier ways to integrate them without having any programming knowledge, and yes, you can not only capture user’s social profile data but also get social analytics! This is possible now with help of cloud social login provider – LoginRadius. They have unified API to allow login via over 26 IDs.

  3. Every thing is all about “trending.” We are in advance of the curve with what’s sizzling and what isn’t.

  4. One thing that is not mentioned here is the vast social profile data that you can collect when someone uses social login to register/login for a site. If someone logged in via Facebook, you can gain permission-based access to the person’s demographic and psychographic data such as location, sex, birthday, interests and friends which would be extremely useful for real estate websites. This information could be used to display personalized listings based on location, family size, job title, etc.

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