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Content Lessons To Be Learned From Taco Bell

Content Lessons From Taco Bell

It’s a simple food item. Some type of flatbread is gently folded over in half and filled with a meat. This item can be picked up with the God-given eating utensils we were designed with. There is no need for flatware unless you want everyone else at the table to cast a look of consternation your direction. If you cock …

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5 Minute Networking Tips For Twitter

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Busy is an understatement these days for most professionals.  You’re busy, I’m busy, and everyone we know is busy. Some would say that because of this, we are getting less and less value from social media networking and that all our networks are becoming like uncapped fire hydrants – spewing forth content too dense and too forceful to be of …

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Paper—Facebook’s New App

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It rolled off the virtual press on Feb 3 (in America for iPhone only) and already it’s in the list of best new apps in the app store. You have to admit though, Facebook was definitely leading up to a change—what with the typical newsfeed becoming primarily shared links and visuals. The days of the short Facebook status and occasional …

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Benefits of Content Curation

Benefits Of Content Curation

At its very core, social media is about conversations on relevant topics. Social media marketing therefore, is about conversations on a particular topic – your products or services and the value you are providing to others. However, no one wants to be sold to in a conversational setting. Enter the social media content strategy question. How? What? When? Etc. Content …

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Do I Need To Be On Google Plus?

Do I Need To Be On Google Plus

When I have been asked that question recently, I realize that I am bigger fan of Google+ than I think am. I’m not alone. Users have been quick to sign on to this social media site. However, these “users” very often fail to use Google+ effectively, if at all beyond a Gmail account. When searching Google+ on behalf of clients, …

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The Demise Of Sponsored Stories

Demise Of Sponsored Stories

You’re headed out to your favorite restaurant. As you pull up to a red light, you notice movement to your left. Your coworker is in the adjacent car waving at you. After a brief conversation between car windows, she asks you where you’re headed, so you mention driving to the restaurant. She says she has never eaten there, but is …

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