Facebook organic growth will drop to Zero and with that in mind, they want you to show better content. So what qualifies as better content? The recent dumbing down of the algorithm, means you will have to spend money to boost your post as well as attract eyeballs from a chosen region—while dealing with fake Facebook likers who come from massive click farms found all over the world. How can you spread your influence, engage and convert such eyeballs through Pages?

When starting your FB Page, the first thing you rely on is to get your friends to ‘like the page’ but that’s not enough. It ends there and you have to gain new  followers to your Page and not leverage only on your friends. The only way is to advertise in FB to get people to like your page that exist outside your immediate circles. For this, Facebook requires  you to pay for the…

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Big news for Instagram fans (and considering the social media platform now has 300 million users, we’re assuming that’s probably everyone reading this): the app has finally introduced five new filters. That means five more ways to tweak your selfies, food porn pics, vacation shots, and—appropriately!—holiday photos.

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The new filters are called Aden, Crema, Ludwig, Perpetua, and Slumber, and along with those additions you’ll now be able to better manage your filters—like hide ones that you never use along with seeing a small preview of photos with each separate filter). More things to be excited about: You’ll be able to upload slo-mo videos and see comments in real-time now.

Big day people, big day. Check out the new filters below and let us know what you think of the additions.







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For The Win

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Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather keep trading punches over social media, and both sides seem to want to make a fight happen this May. Mayweather has two fights left on his contract with Showtime, and with no clear next opponent for him to face, Mayweather called out Manny Pacquiao last week and challenged him to a long-awaited megafight on May 2nd.

Pacquiao and Mayweather have been unable to come to terms in the past (Mayweather blames promoter Bob Arum, while Pacquiao says Mayweather is at a “dead end” and has no one left to challenge), and it remains to be seen if a bout is ever confirmed – but Pacquiao promised fans an entertaining fight against the undefeated champion, and even said that money is not an issue. On Tuesday, Pacquiao took another shot at Mayweather over Twitter and said that fans have waited long enough.

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Amir Khan put his name in the mix for a possible fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr., using his speed and accurate right hand Saturday night to win a lopsided 12-round decision over former champion Devon Alexander in a welterweight matchup.

Khan (30-3) won round after round using the same formula, jabbing at Alexander and following it with right hands that found their mark more often than they missed. The British fighter didn’t knock down Alexander (26-3) and never seemed to really hurt him, but was impressive enough to solidify his spot in the lineup for a possible fight next year with Mayweather.

Khan’s quickness was too much from the opening bell as he kept the southpaw Alexander on the outside and was first with his punches in most exchanges.

Khan pitched a shutout on one ringside scorecard, winning 120-108, while the other judges scored it 119-109…

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For The Win

Timothy Bradley (31-1-1) recorded the first draw of his career Saturday night in Las Vegas despite dominating opponent Diego Chaves for most of the fight. Promoter Bob Arum was furious with the judges at ringside and personally called out judge Julie Lederman, who scored the bout 116-112 in favor of Chaves. Chaves appeared to headbutt Bradley in the second round, which caused Bradley to grab him left cheek.


By the end of the fight, Bradley’s face was incredibly swollen.

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Bradley told Yahoo!’s Kevin Iole that he felt he clearly won.

Via Yahoo!:

“I won that easily. Worst-case scenario, it was eight rounds to four. I’m serious man. This is rough. I boxed well. I made him miss. I made him pay. He landed some good shots on me, but I countered. I countered him a lot in the fight. It was easy work. It was bad…

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Last night, I think fight fans almost had a heart attack! Floyd “Money” Mayweather finally called out Manny “Pac Man” Paquiao! I missed the interview but my phone line BLEW UP!!! Two of the sports most recognizable faces have been “missing” each other for years now.

To the public, Floyd is “running” from Manny. Being a boxing enthusiast, I disagree. First and foremost, Floyd has never lost. Secondly, boxing is a business. Bob Arum & “The Money Team” has had a long standing mutual “dislike” for each other. I know business comes first, but this fight would make HISTORY!!! Check out Floyd addressing the situation!!!

May 2nd, I’ll see you in Vegas!!! Will Floyd keep that “0” on this record??? Or will Manny be the first to crack the “Mayvinchi Code”???

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For The Win

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Days after Floyd Mayweather called out Manny Pacquiao and challenged him to a fight on May 2nd, Pacquiao already seems to have a fight strategy in place. Pacquiao, who dominated Chris Algieri in November to retain his WBO welterweight title, promised to make the long-awaited fight with Mayweather entertaining for the fans… if it actually happens

Via the Detroit Free Press:

“He has reached a dead end. He has nowhere to run but to fight me. I will try my best to make this a thrilling and entertaining fight. But I doubt if he’s gonna engage me in a slugfest. You all know his fighting style. Most of his previous fights, if not all, induced us to sleep.”

Although many of Mayweather’s recent victories have been mostly forgettable, save for an exciting bout with Marcos Maidana last May, he’s still undeniably the biggest draw in the sport, and fans…

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