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Top 5 Twitter Marketing Tips For Your Business
Twitter is one of the important and most powerful micro-blogging platforms in the world. It allows you to share your thoughts, news, jokes, or any other information in maximum 140 characters or less.Fail to Claim Your Google+ Local Page at Your Own Peril!
As the number of searches on mobile devices continues to crush those on PC’s, Google released a new update for its own Map App some time ago that makes it many times more important to your business to claim your Google+ page. Fail to claim your page at your own peril.
Social media is the collection of online communication channels that allow users to create and share content or to participate in social networking. Facebook, Google+, Yahoo, Twitter, Pinterest and many other social media tools out there, which are not only helping you in creating personal contacts, but also help you in making your brand over the internet. Nowadays, Instagram is the king of social media and get more popular among the peoples.Tips and Traps of Using Facebook for Business
Tips and trap on using Facebook for your small business. Insights into how some real business owners are using Facebook to grow their business. Learn some new ways to use Facebook for your business growth.The “Aww” Factor: Dogs Connecting Us on Social Media
Pets and social media now go hand in hand. Here’s how companies today are basking in the glory of followers by posting cute dogs.
Social Media is here and it is here to stay. It is important for a business to get on board with creating a Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter pages. And it is especially important to keep them active for them to do any good.Reply to or Retweet on Twitter for More Exposure
Replying to or retweeting someone else’s post on Twitter has advantages. Read on to find out why.Blogging or Newsletters or Both?
Often when I work with new entrepreneurs or even seasoned business owners, a lot of confusion happens around the whole content marketing thing. Should they blog? Should they send out newsletters? Do they have to do both?