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Why Your Business Can’t Ignore Facebook Groups

The benefits of a Facebook group for building your online business, blog and brand are plentiful. Here are just 5 of them.

Facebook for Business: Futile or Beneficial?

Does your business have a Facebook presence? If so, have you been actively capitalizing on its social marketing reach or have you abandoned it due to thinking your efforts were futile? I fear many of you are thinking the latter and feel pretty defeated over the lack of results you’re getting there.



Use These Tips To Get Started With Facebook Marketing Today!

Do you have “market on Facebook” penciled in on your calendar, but never do it because you’re just not sure what to do? If so, you’re in the right place. This article is full of tips to help you launch your marketing campaign successfully so that you can attract the most customers in exchange for your time.

Making Small Social Media Profile Tweaks for Huge Results

You are probably a member of several (or, at least a few) social media channels. That means that you have a social media profile for each of the social media channels that you have joined. How are those profiles working for your business?

9 Twitter Tips From The Donald For Better Responses And Visibility

I may get shunned for posting this, by my leftist friends and business associates, but I’ll tell ya, if you’re not taking notes and building lists with information The Donald is tweeting out, you’re missing the opportunity of a lifetime. This guy has cornered the market on social media, and the world is dancing to his market.

Marketing Controversy – Spark Up a Tweet War

How much fun can you have with Twitter? Recently, I noticed certain tweets get more attention than others, particularly those with an edge of controversy… Marketing through controversy can be a viable means of getting your message out. Why? Because people like tweet wars. They love the controversial discussions. Kick start your marketing controversy with a Tweet war!

Bad Language on the Internet

Communication in writing has a long history, but for hundreds, even thousands, of years it was limited to what individuals could achieve by marking a material surface with a hand-held implement. This continued until very recently in the medium known as pen and ink, in which documents were written on paper, either directly by hand or with the aid of a typewriter. Over the last few decades, however, the written word has been transmitted electronically and manifested on a computer screen. Although important documents are still printed on paper, many more exist as transient images for only as long as they take to read. This increasingly ephemeral nature of the written word seems to have emboldened previously reluctant writers to engage in the closeted world of social media using language that even they would be shy to use in polite conversation. There appears to be a tendency for language on the internet to descend to the lowest common denominator.

Social Media for Your Business in 2017

It’s 2017, and there is no time like the present to hit the ground running. As the New Year starts, it is important that you get everyone to know your business and to appreciate its value. Expansion and market penetration can only be achieved through self-promotion.



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