Propel Your Small Business With The Ultimate Social Media Plan

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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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Twitter Acquires Twitpic's Archive, Saga Finally Ends

Written on:October 25, 2014
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Twitter Acquires Twitpic's Archive, Saga Finally Ends

Twitter has acquired Twitpic‘s website and photo archive. “I’m happy to announce that we have reached an agreement with Twitter to give them the Twitpic domain and photo archive, thus keeping the photos and links alive for the time being,” Twitpic creator Noah Everett announced Saturday in a blog post. “Twitter shares our goal of protecting our users and this data.” This resolution, which is more than a little ironic,…

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Facebook Rooms: This Week in Social Media

Written on:October 25, 2014
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Facebook Rooms: 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 Introduces Rooms: Rooms is “a new app that lets you create places for the things you’re into, [...] This post Facebook Rooms: This Week in Social Media first appeared on Social Media…

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24 Hours Later, Users Find Hacks for Facebook's Rooms

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24 Hours Later, Users Find Hacks for Facebook's Rooms

Facebook introduced its anonymous community app Rooms on Thursday. Now, just 24 hours later, the lead product manager on Rooms discovered that users have hacked it. He’s delighted. Josh Miller, the Facebook product manager, wrote Friday in a post on Medium’s Backchannel tech hub that Facebook left out the ability to discover new Rooms. “Though counterintuitive, our logic was that retro web browsers didn’t offer ‘discovery’ for early Internet communities…

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Your LinkedIn Profile: Why You Need to Revisit How You Look on LinkedIn

Written on:October 24, 2014
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Your LinkedIn Profile: Why You Need to Revisit How You Look on LinkedIn

Do you use LinkedIn as a networking tool? Are you looking for ways to use LinkedIn to attract more business for your company or brand? To learn how to optimize your LinkedIn profile as a marketer, I interview Ron Nash, the “LinkedIn Whisperer,” for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast. More About This Show [...] This post Your LinkedIn Profile: Why You Need to Revisit How You Look on…

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Win a Camera in Our Great Outdoors Photo Challenge

Written on:October 23, 2014
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Win a Camera in Our Great Outdoors Photo Challenge

Whether you’re exploring your city or forging new paths, awe-inspiring scenery is all around us. For this week’s edition of Mashable‘s Photo Challenge Guest Series, we’re partnering with Olympus to explore the great outdoors. We want to see your photos of the landscapes that call to you: a crowded city street, a stretch of rural countryside or the ocean waves at dawn, for example. Olympus, along with landscape photographer and Olympus Trailblazer…

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Facebook Introduces an Anonymous Community App Called Rooms

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Facebook Introduces an Anonymous Community App Called Rooms

Because sometimes you want to go where nobody knows your name. Facebook‘s much-anticipated anonymous social app is finally here, and it’s called Rooms. See also: Of Course Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Fluent Mandarin The app allows people to create a “room” on any topic. The room can then be customized with colors, icons and photos — even the Like button can be changed. Text, photos and videos can be posted to…

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Only companies with impeccable customer service will survive the Zombie Apocalypse

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Only companies with impeccable customer service will survive the Zombie Apocalypse

Guest Post by Peter Shankman, Author of Zombie Loyalists: Using Great Service to Create Rabid Fans Imagine a world where decisions aren’t made based on anonymous reviews with no validation on sites like Yelp or TripAdvisor, but rather, through trusted sources in your own network. Imagine that world is automatic – If you want to take a vacation in Fiji, you don’t have to ask which of your friends have…

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8 Types of Rich Media to Share on Google+

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8 Types of Rich Media to Share on Google+

Want new ways to benefit from Google+? Have you shared rich media on Google+? When you provide rich media within Google+, you maximize the reach and engagement of each piece of content and make it easy for visitors to consume. Here are eight types of rich media content to share on Google+. Why Rich Media [...] This post 8 Types of Rich Media to Share on Google+ first appeared on…

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What Twitter Fabric Means for Developers

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What Twitter Fabric Means for Developers

Twitter has had a complicated relationship with developers. In its earlier days, the social network encouraged third-party developers to build their own apps and services on top of the platform. But the company later began to roll out its own competing features (the most notable example of this is when Twitter created its own image sharing service, frustrating companies like Twitpic and Yfrog). But Twitter made its biggest appeal yet…

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27 Autumn Photos That Will Leaf You Wanting More

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27 Autumn Photos That Will Leaf You Wanting More

Hold on to your cider donuts, because Autumn is in full swing. The change of season has officially hit with a flurry of flannel and fresh, fall air See also: 10 Real-Life Haunted Locations Across the U.S. Last week, we asked Mashable readers to submit photos that captured the feeling of Autumn for our Photo Challenge. Pumpkin carving, apple picking, PSL sipping – the traditions and festivities that come with…

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