Twitter is rolling out a polling function, offering users a way to tap into the collective knowledge of the Twitterverse.
The new option will appear in the tweet-composing interface.
Many polls surely will ask lighter questions, such as, "Are dogs better than cats?" But this also could be an effective marketing tool.
CRA has redesigned the Help Eliminate Auto Theft (H.E.AT.) website, www.heatreward.com, making it easier to navigate so that citizens and law enforcement agencies can quickly and efficiently find information.
The H.E.A.T. program educates citizens about theft of vehicles and their parts, a crime that costs Virginians millions of dollars each year. In addition, H.E.A.T. trains and supports local law enforcement officers in efforts to prevent auto theft. The H.E.A.T. program is a cooperative effort of the Virginia Department of State Police, Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and local law enforcement agencies throughout the Commonwealth.
It might seem like Facebook is perpetually tweaking its functions and look, but changes over the coming weeks should help a lot of businesses in the long run.
These business page changes mostly are mobile-focused.
"Call-to-action buttons will be updated and more prominent," CRA Digital Director Jeff Johnson explained. "It'll be easier for businesses to hit their Facebook goals."
New page sections will allow businesses to feature the information most relevant to their organizations.