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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Split Testing: How to Improve Your Site Conversions

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Split Testing: How to Improve Your Site Conversions

Do you split test the opt-ins on your website? Want to get better results? To learn how to create effective split tests, I interview conversion expert Joanna Wiebe. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed to help busy marketers and business […] This post Split Testing: How to Improve Your Site Conversions first appeared on Social…

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Why developers want to be on WhatsApp so badly

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Why developers want to be on WhatsApp so badly

SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook is good at putting on a conference. Attendees at this year’s F8 were greeted with a splashy tent-filled venue full of colorful lights, sounds of a carefully curated playlist, and piles of food around every corner If that wasn’t enough, day one’s announcements and technical sessions were topped off with custom Patagonia vests and a Deadmau5 concert as a parting gift to the developers who paid…

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Facebook: Games for Oculus Rift will arrive in 2015

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Facebook: Games for Oculus Rift will arrive in 2015

Update: A Facebook spokesperson has clarified that statements made during the keynote at F8 were not intended to be an announcement of availability for the consumer version of Oculus Rift. Virtual reality gaming is coming “this year,” Facebook’s chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer said on stage at day two of the social network’s F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco on Thursday. He also said people would be able to play…

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Content Will Never Be King

Written on:March 26, 2015
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Content Will Never Be King

Yesterday, I had the pleasure to sit down with my friends Darren Rowse and Brian Clark. The last time the three of us sat quietly was in 2008 or 2009 when we launched the Third Tribe group (ah, memories). I joked that I wanted to bring that back and we could call it Sixth Tribe. You know, Third Tribe 2.0. Alas. Content Will Never Be King The conversation was brief,…

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Apple rumor mill: 3 iPhones could launch this year

Written on:March 26, 2015
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Apple rumor mill: 3 iPhones could launch this year

It’s not unusual for Apple to debut two versions of the iPhone each year, but this year, we could see the launch of three. According to DigiTimes, which has a mixed track record for reporting rumors, the company is planning to release an additional model of its next-generation iPhone later this year. The three devices will be the iPhone 6S, the iPhone 6S Plus and a budget-friendly iPhone 6C. See…

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Mashable came to break the Internet at SXSW

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Mashable came to break the Internet at SXSW

And break the Internet we did. Mashable has always had a huge presence at SXSW, and 2015 was our biggest year yet. People LITERALLY lined up around the block to see the best in digital entertainment come to life at our Mashable House, and came out in record numbers to cap it off at our giant annual MashBash. So what made 2015 so great? There was more to see Welcome…

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Burnbook: What parents need to know about the controversial app

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Burnbook: What parents need to know about the controversial app

“This app was created to increase cyberbullying. There’s no other reason.” So begins the current top review on iTunes for the controversial Burnbook app. The social networking service has made headlines across the country in recent weeks for bringing anonymous cyberbullying and threats of violence to American high schools. See also: How to debate the big issues on social media The same reviewer goes on to say, “The app has…

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How to Use Visual Content to Drive More Traffic

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How to Use Visual Content to Drive More Traffic

Do you create images? Do they inspire your readers to take action? When used strategically images, slide decks and infographics can drive traffic to your business. They also offer the opportunity to provide further value through your content. In this article I’ll share three creative examples from businesses that used visual content to drive traffic […] This post How to Use Visual Content to Drive More Traffic first appeared on…

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Share your best photos with #MashPics

Written on:March 26, 2015
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Share your best photos with #MashPics

What Mashable prizes most on Instagram — more than likes, hashtags or even cute puppies — is our community. Everything we do there on a daily basis is driven by the support and feedback of our followers The hashtag #MashPics was born a few years ago, when we launched our Mashable Photo Challenge series. Since then, it’s collected nearly 20,000 photos from Instagram users worldwide. See also: The best photos…

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WhatsApp cofounder: Sorry developers, no API for you

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WhatsApp cofounder: Sorry developers, no API for you

Sometimes, the best questions at a conference don’t come from the interviewers but the audience That was the case on Wednesday at this year’s F8 developers conference in San Francisco. Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker moderated an all-star panel with WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton, Instagram cofounder Mike Krieger, and Facebook Messenger VP David Marcus See also: Everything you need to know about the changes coming to Facebook Meeker, one of…

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