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Refreshingly Good Content: Links From the Week of October 4, 2015

Posted October 12th, 2015 by Bryan in

There’s a lot of useless crap out there about digital marketing. Each week, Juicer wades through it to get you a link about something innovative, something useful and something interesting. We focus on quality content that isn't written just for the benefit of its creator.

Here's three hand-picked selections from the week of October 4. Find something else we should know about? Feel free to leave it in the comments.

Something Innovative: Facebook Tests A Dedicated Shopping Feed - TechCrunch. Facebook as a hub for shopping? It's possible. Right now Facebook is testing to see if users are ready to adopt the platform as a one-stop-shop for many different types of products.

Something Useful: Which social media platforms are right for your business? Here’s three ways to find out - Smart Company A good rundown of a few tools to help you pick the right platforms for your social efforts. Remember: It varies by company! Choose what makes sense so you can focus.

Something Interesting: Ad blocking isn't an apocalypse. It’s the beginning of better ads. - Internet Advertising Bureau UK. Ad blocking has quickly become a hot topic, with Apple allowing the software on its mobile devices. This is an interesting take on potentially positive impact it could have on the nature of advertising itself.