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How to find free (and legal) pictures online

Need a quick picture for a blog post, web page or anything else? If you’re like most people, you jump into Google Images and grab a great shot from there. Unfortunately, that puts you at huge risk of lawsuit, because, unless someone specifically grants rights to you to use a given image, every picture taken […]

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The 10 Commandments Of Twitter Posting

After watching many people do incredibly stupid things on Twitter, the following 10 commandments are key to Twitter success: 1. Thou shalt consider thy Twitter followers to be one of thy most important assets – use it wisely and don’t abuse it. 2. Thou shalt add value in (almost) everything thou choosest to post. 3. […]

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How to stay sane while following 36,000+ people

I hear it all the time – how on earth can you follow 36,000 people on Twitter? Well, the answer’s simple… But first some background. (Warning, I’m going to be blunt in this post, and it may tick you off. Just keep in mind that I’m telling you my opinion on my own blog. You’re […]

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21 2-Minute Tasks To Improve Your Social Media Presence

Got two minutes before your next appointment and want a high-leverage way to use that time? Try one of these social-media activities: Search your name, company name or brand name on search.twitter.com and reply to someone who’s posting about you Write a 110-character tip in your subject area, and publish it to your Facebook page […]

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Geolocation and Social Media – Do You Really want to be THAT Transparent?

Want to rob someone blind with minimal risk of getting caught? Here’s a simple 3-step program: (Not that I recommend doing this, BTW!) Find someone you want to burglarize who a. Has a Twitter account b. Uses a geolocation service, like www.foursquare.com Watch their feed for an announcement that they’re someplace else, or better yet, […]

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