Propel Your Small Business With The Ultimate Social Media Plan

Written on:June 28, 2012
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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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Vine Loops Don't Mean What You Think They Mean

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Vine Loops Don't Mean What You Think They Mean

When Vine prankster Lele Pons recently broke the 1 billion loop milestone, I realized we finally had proof that the view measuring system Vine introduced on July 1 is a crock. Lele, who famously “does it for the Vine,” has over 3.4 million Vine followers and many of her humorous and sometimes outrageous six-seconds bits have millions of loops. I’m sure she earned the loops — but how hard is…

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Vine Challenge: Simplify Classic Films Into 6-Second Videos

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Vine Challenge: Simplify Classic Films Into 6-Second Videos

Film fanatics, this is your challenge: We want to see simple takes on classic films on Vine. Using everyday objects and your creativity, recreate movie posters and iconic scenes in minimalist animations. Stop-motion artists Hunter Harrison and Frank Danna will guest host this week’s Mashable Vine Challenge. Upload your Vine videos by Monday, July 28, at 5 p.m. ET using the hashtag #MiniRemake. Harrison and Danna will choose their favorite…

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Stealth Marketing: How Brands Infiltrate Vine With Product Placement

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Stealth Marketing: How Brands Infiltrate Vine With Product Placement

With sights set on its 40 million users — many of whom are teenagers — advertisers are getting crafty in their efforts to break into ad-free Vine. The six-second video platform, which is owned by Twitter, is one of the largest social networks that doesn’t yet run paid advertisements. Marketers can’t sponsor or promote videos the way they do on Twitter and Facebook (a sponsored post is clearly marked and…

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Israel Is Losing Control of the Gaza Media War

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Israel Is Losing Control of the Gaza Media War

The picture from Gaza seemed like so many other conflict zone photos — until you began to notice the details. The lifeless arm of a Palestinian boy cradled by an adult running across the beach. The sand studded with what looks like brush, but is really pieces of something shattered. A small child lies face down in the sand, legs jutting out at odd angles, seemingly struck dead. See also:…

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Experimental Life

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Experimental Life

On the Owner’s Mind podcast, I ask a question or two about experimenting, and how I might better help you. MOST of the time, I interview nice people, but this is something different. I’m sharing this here, so if you’re a blog subscriber but not a podcast subscriber, you can rectify that magically.

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Following Login Changes, Facebook Extends Social Login Dominance

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Following Login Changes, Facebook Extends Social Login Dominance

Facebook‘s recent login changes are returning some measurable, positive results. The social network has extended its dominance in the area of social logins, now claiming 55% of all social logins, according to recent data from Gigya, social-login provider for customers like Verizon, CNN and ABC. Clicking “log in with Facebook” on a site — or Twitter or Yahoo, for that matter — is considered part of the social login market;…

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How to Use Visual Content for Real-Time Engagement

Written on:July 22, 2014
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How to Use Visual Content for Real-Time Engagement

Is visual content part of your social media strategy? Is your content flexible enough to engage fans in real time? Your audience is never more primed to share content than when they’re “in the moment” at an event, on location or while experiencing your brand. In this article I’ll show you four ways you can [...] This post How to Use Visual Content for Real-Time Engagement first appeared on Social…

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3 Social Media Tools That Help Marketers Save Time

Written on:July 22, 2014
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3 Social Media Tools That Help Marketers Save Time

How much of your day is spent on recurring social media activities? Are small tasks taking up too much of your time? When you know where tools can help you most, you can decide which tools best suit your needs. In this article I’ll address three time-consuming areas and share social media tools to help you [...] This post 3 Social Media Tools That Help Marketers Save Time first appeared on…

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Hillary Clinton: Social Media Shouldn't Be Used as a 'Weapon'

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Hillary Clinton: Social Media Shouldn't Be Used as a 'Weapon'

Hillary Clinton has high hopes for the future of social media — but we’re not there just yet The former U.S. Secretary of State spoke at Twitter headquarters in San Francisco Monday night, capping off a day in Silicon Valley during which she also visited Facebook and Google See also: 15 Most-Followed Politicians on Twitter Clinton was interviewed on stage in front of a packed house of Twitter employees, and…

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Husband Wakes Up to Wife's Sweet Social Media Surprise From Strangers

Written on:July 22, 2014
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Husband Wakes Up to Wife's Sweet Social Media Surprise From Strangers

Gary Hamilton is one lucky man — “the luckiest guy in the world,” if you ask him The seasoned television reporter for the New York Yankees woke up for work Saturday to discover his wife, Jennifer, had orchestrated quite the birthday surprise on social media. See also: How a Facebook Poke Between Strangers Led to a Marriage Proposal He calls her Jenn, and she’s not on Facebook or Instagram or…

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