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There was a time when MySpace was in the situation Facebook is now facing.
Via Cendrine Marrouat - www.socialmediaslant.com
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Facebook is changing how we can express ourselves on our facebook page. With their new Timeline Profile you are now free to express yourself with a big banner behind your profile picture.
Timelinecoverbanner.com provides you with the power to create a creative and customized Facebook cover easily and free even for commercial use.
Some of our cover editor features are: No visible watermark or branding on final image, very fast and responsive, you can blend profile picture seamlessly with timeline cover background or in other words you can make your profile photo and cover look integrated as one image, you draw or add text, and many more. We also have tons of cool graphic clipart from our partner sites which exclusively available only for our cover editor. You just need to browse them and copy paste the GRAPHIC ID of your desired image to our editor, and,.. presto!.. your chosen graphic is added and ready to combine with your photo.
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Via Martin Gysler
Blogging is like this picture, full of colors and flavors. Find yours is essential and vital if you want to do your business in this area. [note mg]
What happened to all the railroads? Have you ever pondered that question?
So what happened? Why isn’t the country blanketed in rail routes and why doesn’t everyone hop on the metro-line in front of their house each day to go to work? Today, the railroad companies are a shell of what they once were. Why? Because the automobile came along and ran them into the ground.
But did this have to happen?
No. There were things railroad companies could have done to cater to the people who made their businesses possible, but instead they dug in their heels and said, “We’re in the railroad business,” and they stayed the course.
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Via Martin Gysler