4Walls is happy to announce that we're part of this year's Philadelphia 100. An annual project conducted by the Entrepreneurs Forum of Greater Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Business Journal, and the Wharton Small Business Development Center, the Philadelphia 100 tracks the 100 fastest growing privately-held businesses in the Delaware Valley. The integrity of the selection process… Read more »
According to Technolog on msnbc.com, Facebook recently announced that they will be removing their “Places” check-in feature to replace it with a more “general location-tagging feature” that will allow users to tag places even if they’re not using a mobile device. Many of the features associated with “Places” will also be updated. We’ve recently noticed… Read more »
Name: Justin S. Position: Co-Editor & Content Manager, Head Writer How long have you been with 4Walls? 9 months What’s a typical day like for you? I spend a lot of time meeting with corporate clients, learning about their businesses, their customers, and where they see themselves in the future. This helps me create a… Read more »
Manage multiple Facebook pages? Then you've probably noticed the new look on Facebook's dashboard. The full functionality of the new look is still a bit unclear, but we've included a basic overview of what we've learned about the updated dashboard thus far. Once you log into your main Facebook account, you will see a new… Read more »
As of Tuesday, August 23, 2011, Facebook made updates to their Advertising Guidelines. Prior to this, the last revision to the guidelines was made on January 10, 2011. More details to come regarding the latest update.
Forecasters project that Hurricane Irene will strike the North Carolina coast Saturday morning, then move northeast along the east coast. On Saturday and Sunday, states in the mid-Atlantic and New England will suffer torrential rain and hurricane force winds from the Category 2 storm. According to weather.com, Hurricane Irene has the potential to produce flooding… Read more »
Pennypack Park has been a popular gathering place for community members and visitors for decades. Now widely associated with the annual Pennypack Park Festival, which began as a grassroots project in the 1970s for weekly musical performances, the park has a long history of creativity. Most activity still revolves around the yearly festival—it was revived… Read more »