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What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2014?

What is the next big thing in social networking? It could be you. We can help you get a better Google, YouTube, Alexa or Instagram ranking. Mohr Publicity is a public relations agency built for the digital universe. We have been in business since 1997 … Continue reading → The post What is the Next Big Thing in Social Media in 2013? appeared first on Mohr Publicity Shopping Cart .

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Yes, Facebook, Drag Queens Are Real!

As many of you are more than likely aware by now, Facebook, for reasons unknown to anyone, has decided to start enforcing a policy requiring that users use only their legal name on their personal profiles. This decision has affected many entertainers across the country and seems to be targeting drag queens. For a drag queen, her drag name is a real name. The majority of drag queens have spent years making their drag name memorable and recognizable. And a drag name is not chosen lightly. There are numerous different reasons one might choose the name she uses.

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Why Minecraft Fans Are Right To Be Nervous

By the time Microsoft bought Rare in 2002, the game developer had already created numerous popular video game franchises like Donkey Kong Country, Banjo-Kazooie and GoldenEye 007. Twelve years later, Rare looks nothing like it did during its heyday. It’s making sports games that bear little resemblance to any of the titles Rare fans know and love. Now some are worried that Mojang, the maker of brick-building game Minecraft, will one day suffer the same fate after Microsoft buys it for $2.5 billion . Mojang fans expressed their despair on Microsoft’s Facebook page : “This once great company will go the way of Rare, failing and going out with a whimper,” wrote one commenter.

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Protect Your Small Business From Being a Target

Over the last year, data breaches in businesses have been big news: Target, Home Depot, eBay, LinkedIn … but this only happens to large businesses, right? Wrong. The Target breach actually occurred when an employee of a small HVAC company opened a malware-laced email, allowing the HVAC company’s system to be hacked. It just so happened that this particular company was contracted with one of the Target stores and had remote access for maintenance purposes

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So You Have a Great App Idea … Now What?

Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. -Ferris Bueller It seems like the fast-paced world of mobile technology would make it difficult to “stop and look around once in a while” but several recent milestones are worthy of our attention. The growth of the mobile application industry over the last 36 months has been startling to say the least. The proliferation of app building templates marches in lockstep with that growth and in many ways has been a catalyst for that growth

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Facebook ‘Name Change’ Policy Disproportionately Affecting LGBT Community (UPDATE)

What happens when a culture interweaves a social media outlet into virtually every part of the human experience — and then that platform makes a dramatic change? That’s one of the questions on many people’s minds with what is being referred to as a “name change” policy on social media giant Facebook. Several days ago, a large percentage of individuals operating personal profiles on Facebook under pseudonyms, stage names, or any name not matching their legal name received this message when logging onto their Facebook accounts: While this policy implementation, which is reportedly not new but seems to have been rarely enforced before now, is affecting a wide-range of people (both queer and not), a specific portion of the lesbian, gay, biseuxal and transgender (LGBT) community are facing an entirely new set of challenges as a result: performers, entertainers and drag queens. With this policy in effect, it is virtually impossible to find an entertainer — or anyone who self-identifies with a name that isn’t legally documented — on Facebook unless that individual operates a separate fan page. “The focus of my work is activism and charity,” prominent Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence member Sister Roma told The Huffington Post

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Adorable Photos Of Dogs Help Animal Rescue Group Recover After Devastating Fire

These selfies that are helping an animal rescue organization are anything but selfish. On Thursday, Manchester Dogs’ Home — an organization in Manchester, England, that rescues and cares for thousands of dogs each year — caught on fire , according to BBC News. While 160 dogs were rescued from the blaze, about 60 were killed , the Manchester Evening News reported. Joe Farrar, 25, of Wythenshawe, Manchester, decided to help the organization by launching a social media campaign, called #DogSelfie , in which dog owners share selfies with their dogs, alongside their donation to the animal shelter.

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Alibaba Raises IPO Price Range

NEW YORK (AP) — Alibaba now plans to raise up to $25.03 billion in its upcoming IPO, making what was expected to be the biggest stock market debut even bigger. The Chinese e-commerce company said it still plans to sell 368.1 million shares, but at $66 to $68 apiece, according to a regulatory filing, instead of its previously set range of $60 to $66 apiece. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has emerged as a hot commodity because of its e-commerce bazaar, a shopping magnet for businesses and consumers alike as China’s economy steadily grows. The company’s network of sites includes Taobao, Tmall, and AliExpress, as well as Alibaba

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Facebook Forcing Drag Queens Out of the Closet

Drag queen Sister Roma had been using Facebook for over six years when she was blocked from her account this week until she agreed to change her settings to reflect her legal name, Michael Williams. In a reported effort to enforce safety rules that insist that all users indicate their legal name, Facebook may have put Roma, and potentially thousands of other drag performers, at risk while inadvertently igniting a firestorm that is sweeping across the LGBT community. Photo by Jose A. Guzman Colon Many performers use fictitious names to develop their identity and brand.

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