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3 Types Of LinkedIn Content You Should Be Sharing

LinkedIn Publisher 3 Types Of Content You Should Be Sharing

(This is an introduction to an article originally published on LinkedIn. You can read the full article HERE.) If you haven’t spent much time on LinkedIn lately, things have changed, and so should you. Although it’s still a highly valuable tool for job hunting, LinkedIn is much more than a resume platform. And, for those of you who’ve seen the shift …

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Facebook, Which Way Is The Wind Blowing?

Facebook Wind Blowing

What’s Working On Facebook? This is not a rant. This is a reality check. This is an opportunity to ask yourself a question. Which way is the wind blowing on Facebook? How does that affect your Facebook marketing strategy? Let’s get real on this one. Does Facebook still “work” for marketing? Yes. Does it work like it used to? No. …

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The Fab Four Of A Target Audience

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When you clear away the ego involved in social media marketing (how many Followers did you pick up this week, how popular was your last blog post, did the recent Infographic go viral, etc.), a single question remains: Are you reaching your target audience with information that serves them and facilitates a strong relationship?  Tweet this This question presumes two …

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Mobile Apps Are About Value

Mobil Apps Are About Value

Have you ever thought about how many apps you’ve downloaded for your mobile phone and then not used? In the mobile world of social media, apps make all the difference if they’re worth it! Reasons For Mobile Apps Many businesses have made mobile apps a part of their growth strategies. But, before you click on the next “Create Your Business …

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#PDIcelebrate3

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It’s our 3rd anniversary, and we’re celebrating! For some businesses, three years may not be very long, but we believe every milestone in business is worth celebrating. The statistics vary, and an actual number is hard to lock down, but some studies suggest that after four-to-five years, about 50% of startups have shut down.[1] The third year seems to be …

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The Art Of The Retweet

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If you’ve spent any time on Twitter, you may already have the Retweet mastered. If you’re unsure about Retweeting, or don’t do it often, it’s a great way to engage with others on Twitter, share high-quality information, and gain exposure to things you (and your Followers) might not have seen otherwise. But did you know that there are a couple …

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3 Obstacles For Social Media Marketing

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Rarely do we talk about ourselves at Polka Dot Impressions, but on occasion, we have something personal to say. When we launched our social media marketing agency, it was originally the vision of a single person. That has changed. And in much the same way that changes happen all the time in social media marketing, businesses have to be prepared …

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Speaking The Languages Of Social Media

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One of the more challenging things to learn in social media is the difference between “voice” and personality. While it’s true that people prefer to interact with people, not “faceless” brands, there is an art to giving a brand its “voice,” and an even more complicated process of engaging through social media as a brand in voice, not as an …

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Sneaky Facebook Updates Their Mobile App

Updates to Facebook Mobile App

Every now and then we hear a big splash about updates to Facebook. But on occasion, Facebook sneaks out an update or two that you don’t even know about until you realize something is different. Recently, sneaky Facebook updates came out again, and you may not even realize that it’s affecting your News Feed. Facebook News Feed Choices For some …

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14 Top Tools Of Effective Social Media Marketing

14 Top Tools Of Effective Social Media Marketing

There are a lot of tools out there for social media marketing. There are so many, in fact, that it can be overwhelming for a business owner to decide what works and what doesn’t when getting started. I’ll admit, I’m a chaser of the “new and shiny” to some extent, but there are some tools that I keep coming back …

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