Propel Your Small Business With The Ultimate Social Media Plan

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Get Instant Access To The Ultimate Guide To Getting More Leads, Sales and Customers Using The Power of High-Traffic Social Media Sites…


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How to get more leads and sales using high-traffic social media sites

  • How to use Facebook Pages to attract more loyal followers and increase business exposure
  • How to use Twitter to “Tweet” your way to more followers
  • How to use YouTube to drive free traffic to your site
  • How to use Google+ to build your circle
  • How to build your network using LinkedIn

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Selfies taken at site of NYC East Village explosion stir controversy

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Selfies taken at site of NYC East Village explosion stir controversy

Snapping selfies has gone from cultural faux pas to accepted norm over the last few years, as our constantly connected world shares every aspect of daily life. But there are moments when taking one simply isn’t appropriate Here’s a prime example: selfies uploaded to social media of Thursday’s East Village explosion in New York City, which left at least 22 people injured (four of them critically) and resulted in two…

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Launching Products: Lessons From Mistakes and Pushing Boundaries

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Launching Products: Lessons From Mistakes and Pushing Boundaries

Thinking of launching a product, service or even a company? Want ideas of what to do and what not to do? In this special episode, we’re going to talk about how to push the boundaries when you launch. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social […] This post Launching Products: Lessons From Mistakes and Pushing Boundaries first appeared on Social…

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How to use Facebook for thank you notes

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How to use Facebook for thank you notes

We’re all a little lax when it comes to sending as many “thank you” notes as we should That’s where Facebook comes in. It’s the perfect platform for thank you missives that can be personalized and shared, giving a public shoutout to someone who’s done you a solid See also: Fake a handwritten note with these 4 online services Here’s our how and why of using Facebook to say thanks….

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For some strange reason, Periscope users are obsessed with your fridge

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For some strange reason, Periscope users are obsessed with your fridge

What’s in your fridge? Periscope users want to know. In the days since Twitter launched the live streaming video app, requests to peek into other users’ fridges have, by our unofficial polling, proven more popular than just about any other comments during a Periscope video. Some enthused users are even using the #fridgeview or #showusyourfridge hashtags on Twitter. See also: Brands (and puppies) flock to Periscope, Twitter’s new app for…

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Ellen Pao Loses Against Kleiner Perkins and Twitter Partners with Foursquare – ContextMatters #7

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Ellen Pao Loses Against Kleiner Perkins and Twitter Partners with Foursquare – ContextMatters #7

Ellen Pao Loses Suit; Wins Awareness for Gender Discrimination The news is everywhere; Ellen Pao lost her discrimination lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. At the same time, she’s being credited for disrupting how Silicon Valley does business. USAToday’s Ellen Weise joined the conversation to share her experience in the courtroom and her thoughts on the case. Twitter Partners with Foursquare Did you know that Foursquare is still alive…

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5 creative ideas for one-second Snapchats (besides full frontal)

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5 creative ideas for one-second Snapchats (besides full frontal)

Image: Mashable, Tyler Tronson Seriously, why do one-second Snapchats even exist? Well, besides the obvious… We’ve got some super cute ideas for one-second Snapchat messages for your nearest and dearest See also: 10 clever Snapchat puns you’ll want to replay over and over Whether you’re Snapchatting with your bae, your bestie or even your mom, these are sure to put a smile on their faces. Take a look through our…

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10 Essential Rules For Effective Facebook Marketing

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10 Essential Rules For Effective Facebook Marketing

Facebook marketing is an essential part of your social media mix. This week’s lead article covers several excellent “rules” for effective marketing on the world’s #1 social network. PLUS, take a look at the notes I typed up from the opening keynote by Mark Zuckerberg and team at the 6th annual f8 Facebook Developer Conference! (Embedded below). I have to say, I’m super excited about Facebook’s new MESSENGER BUSINESS – (coming soon!)….

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Embeddable Facebook Videos: This Week in Social Media

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Embeddable Facebook Videos: This Week in Social Media

Welcome to our weekly edition of what’s hot in social media news. To help you stay up to date with social media, here are some of the news items that caught our attention. What’s New This Week? Facebook Announces the Embedded Video Player: “With the Embedded Video Player you can easily add Facebook Videos to […] This post Embeddable Facebook Videos: This Week in Social Media first appeared on Social…

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Did Messenger just make Facebook cool for teens again? Not quite.

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Did Messenger just make Facebook cool for teens again? Not quite.

Being “cool” is a fleeting sensation for Silicon Valley companies, where innovation moves at breakneck speeds, competition is relentless and users often fickle. But when you’re an 11-year-old publicly traded company like Facebook, it means dealing with the challenge of keeping young people hooked long after the newness rubs offMark Zuckerberg suggested as much in 2013 when he told investors that “coolness is done for us.” And it’s no secret…

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How far in advance should you schedule a Meerkat?

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How far in advance should you schedule a Meerkat?

Unfortunately, the question is a little like the proverbial “how long is a piece of string?” There are many possible factors when discussing Meerkat: your personal brand, your audience, the nature of the livestream. There is no correct answer for everyone. However, you can take a few things into consideration See also: 5 accessories to improve your crappy Meerkat videos Have a read through our suggestions of what to take…

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