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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10 Things We Learned About Social Media Users' Charitable Habits

Written on:September 19, 2014
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10 Things We Learned About Social Media Users' Charitable Habits

As the #IceBucketChallenge campaign showed us, social media can be a powerful medium for charitable organizations. However, the precise nature of the relationship between social good and platforms like Facebook and Twitter can often be unclear. Do social media users really absorb the message? Do people use activism on a social platform instead of actually donating money to a charitable cause? See also: Social Media Users Are More Charitable Than…

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Webinars: Growing Leads and Sales With Live Online Events

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Webinars: Growing Leads and Sales With Live Online Events

Do you use webinars in your marketing? Are you looking for new ways to generate sales and leads? To explore the art of using webinars to generate leads and ultimately sell, I interview Lewis Howes for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is a show [...] This post Webinars: Growing Leads and Sales With Live Online Events first appeared on…

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A New Era for Search: The Zero Moment of Truth is Now Defined by Shared Customer Experiences

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A New Era for Search: The Zero Moment of Truth is Now Defined by Shared Customer Experiences

This is the story of when ZMOT met UMOT… Search is a natural step in the discovery process. In a web world, search engines offer a lens into a qualified and structured view to help online consumers focus and make informed decisions. With Google dominating search, marketers concentrated on improving search ranking through tried and true techniques to ensure that what they were marketing earned a coveted position in the…

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Twitter Overhauls Profiles on iOS in the 'Biggest Update to Date'

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Twitter Overhauls Profiles on iOS in the 'Biggest Update to Date'

Twitter updated its iPhone app with completely redesigned profiles on Thursday The new profiles emphasize users’ bios, photos and favorited tweets — in addition to their own tweets See also: 25 Twitter Accounts to Make You Laugh “This is our biggest update to profiles to date,” the company wrote in a blog post. “Featuring a fresh design, the updated profiles focus on your bio, Tweets and photos, making it easy…

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Facebook Tweaks News Feed to Surface Fresher Content

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Facebook Tweaks News Feed to Surface Fresher Content

A new tweak to Facebook’s News Feed aims to address the common problem of seeing days-old posts on the platform. In a blog post published Thursday, company software engineers Erich Owens and David Vickrey acknowledged that the News Feed often isn’t as fresh as it could be: Our goal with News Feed is to show everyone the right content at the right time so they don’t miss the stories that…

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How to Use Social Psychology to Improve Your Marketing

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How to Use Social Psychology to Improve Your Marketing

Are you planning a social media campaign? Do you wonder why some marketing campaigns are more successful than others? The recent ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went viral because they used powerful psychological concepts to influence participation. In this article I’ll share the concepts ALS used to achieve overwhelming success and how you can use them. [...] This post How to Use Social Psychology to Improve Your Marketing first appeared on…

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Social Media Users Are More Charitable Than You Might Think

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Social Media Users Are More Charitable Than You Might Think

There’s no doubt that social media has made it easier for charitable organizations and nonprofits to spread their messages. The major press release or fundraiser can now be simplified into a series of tweets or Facebook posts. Organizations can stay top of mind with their own pieces of social media real estate. But just how powerful can these social networks be for social good campaigns, and are the users of…

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#39: 7 Tips to Create a 3-Part Video Series

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#39: 7 Tips to Create a 3-Part Video Series

In this episode of the Online Marketing Made Easy podcast I share with you a new experience I’ve just embarked upon and how this experience taught me so much about my business, dealing with the people helping me with my business and more importantly, this experience has taught me a lot about myself. I decided to try something different and create a 3-part video series as a pre-launch for the reopening…

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What I’ve Come to Learn About Learning

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What I’ve Come to Learn About Learning

I’ve come to learn that I’m somewhat different than other people when it comes to learning. I’m there for the candy bar, not the wrapper. And yet, I understand it, after the fact. Let me explain. People Want Their Learning to LOOK Very Formal In my experience, I find that the best lessons I’ve ever learned came during “between official moments” experiences, after hours, in the back rooms, quietly over…

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Tweet a Short Story for a Chance to Win 'The Bone Clocks' by David Mitchell

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Tweet a Short Story for a Chance to Win 'The Bone Clocks' by David Mitchell

“Fiction is a big, shimmering bubble. It’s beautiful but it pops so easily.” That’s how David Mitchell, author of The Bone Clocks, this month’s MashableReads official selection, described the process of writing to Mashable. See also: 20 Twitter Short Stories Written by Mashable Readers But if there is anybody who has mastered the craft of fiction writing, it’s Mitchell. In his postmodern masterpiece Cloud Atlas, Mitchell seamlessly transitions between myriad…

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