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2013 Social Media Strategy Part 2: Sharable Content

With the new year around the corner it’s time for a social media strategy for 2013. If you missed the first part of the strategy, take a look  here: 2013 Social Media Strategy Part 1: Social Audit. Here is another part of your social media strategy that you need to take a look at for […]

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How to Use LinkedIn’s New Endorsements

LinkedIn is a great community for recommending other business professionals. Now they’ve made it even easier for us to promote each other. In the past LinkedIn offered recommendations to professionals. You could recommend one another and thus receive credibility and show up in searches. Now, LinkedIn offers “Endorsements.” Endorsements are much easier to use and seem to be […]

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2013 Social Media Strategy Part 1: Social Audit

I know I don’t have to tell you that the end of the year is here! What does that mean for your social media? Well it should mean you’re developing a social media strategy for 2013. You have a business plan for your business right (if not let me know and that will be an […]

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How Kate Middleton Controlled Social Media and You Can Too

Kate Middleton is pregnant! Very exciting news for the royal couple. Everyone is talking about it on radio, social media, the Internet, newspapers and more. Why do you think Kate would announce her pregnancy now? She is only in the first trimester. Most women wait until the second trimester to announce a pregnancy in case there […]

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Helping People Get What They Want

As you’re already aware, one of the world’s greats died recently – Zig Ziglar. I could say much about what Zig taught me, but I’m going to focus on the most powerful “Zig-ism” he ever stated: a phrase that passes through my mind constantly: “You will get all you want in life, if you help […]

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Are Your Peeps Sharing Your Content?

Recently I wrote a blog post about content vs. your audience. This post explained the changes Google has made and how it has affected traffic to your site/blog. Writing that blog post led me to another thought. We are living in a social media, social networking, social sharing world. With the way Google has changed, […]

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If your site isn’t mobile-friendly, you’re losing customers!

Google just released the results of a new study that showed that sites that are not mobile friendly actually cost  the sites business. Some of the factors they cited: 67% are more likely to buy if the site is mobile friendly 50% said that if they went to a site using their mobile device and […]

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50% of Facebook Fans Prefer Brand Pages to the Company’s Websites

A new study by Lab42 revealed that 50% of Facebook fans prefer a brand’s Facebook page over it’s website. 50% of Facebook Fans Prefer Brand Pages to Company Websites  This video gives more results of the study: Agree with the findings of this study or disagree? Let me know by leaving a comment. And don’t forget […]

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