In a blog article posted last Thursday Facebook announced some subtle yet important changes to your timeline. Most users won’t notice these changes, but they are important for businesses to understand. A lot of social media evangelists attempt to pinpoint the best time to post online, but Facebook’s “timeline” is more of a user-targeted content assembly line. (Doesn’t have same ring, does it?)

Read more: Bump Up The Volume: A Timeline Focused on Engagement

Altos is growing! We are in search of an experienced Front End Web Developer that can hit the ground running. We are looking for a developer that wants to work on cutting edge projects.  Our design team is creating custom websites that work on all devices and platforms.  Our new Front End Developer will need to have advanced knowledge of responsive design including CSS and LESS. If you consider yourself experienced, hard-working, creative and passionate about website development, then you just might be the person we're looking for.

Read more: Altos is Hiring - Front End Developer

A picture is worth a lot more than a thousand words, as proven by Instagram’s newest initiative. $1 Billion is the figure Facebook culled in order to adopt the comparatively fledgling picture-based app, and without a revenue stream it has become time for Instagram to earn its keep around the house. With over 200 million active monthly users worldwide, the app should have no trouble.

Read more: Big Changes to Instagram - For the better?

Altos will be hosting the monthly Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce Network AM event on August 28th from 7:30-9am. We have been active members of the Chamber since we were founded, 11 years ago. You will regularly find at least 2-3 members of our team at various networking events, participating on committees etc.

Our business is built on relationships, and being a Chamber member allows us the opportunity to connect with other businesses on a personal level. We are proud to support the GMCC and are passionate about the work the organization does for the community. We are mindful that our community has helped to shape our business. Having the support of a community driven organization, such as the Chamber, is one of the keys to our success. We invite you to come experience these connections first hand at our open house style Network AM.

Read more: GMCC Network AM at Altos