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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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Social Media – 2013 Trends Become 2014 Tips

Social Media 2013 Trends Become 2014 Tips

Sometimes, in order to get clarity around a topic, it helps to narrow it down to a single phrase. As a business or strategic exercise, this is often done to focus in on what’s important, the next steps, or a company’s core values. Social media marketing is no different. Sometimes it helps to narrow down the distinctions between platforms in …

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Posting Tips For Social Media Marketing

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How often should you post? What should you do with your blogs? Is there a magic number of tweets per day? These are common questions in social media marketing, so we have put together a posting tips checklist by social network to get your marketing aligned with current strategies that work. Note:  Each business is unique and has a distinctive …

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TV Access via Twitter

TV Access Via Twitter

The folk at Twitter are doing a great job of anticipating our mobile media practices. Here are some exciting things now available: “See It” You know those times when you wonder if Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are giving each other a hard time on NBC’s “The Voice”? You’re find yourself not watching the show because you nowhere near a …

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Twitter Best Practices

Twitter Best Practices

It’s finally a reality! You’ve launched your business. You’re gathering interest among friends and acquaintances. Inquisitive people are seeking out your products and want to know your story. Things are progressing beautifully! Then it happens. The questions dwindle. The numbers lag. The interaction becomes infrequent. At this crisis, you reach an important realization. Your dream needs room to breathe. It requires wide open air …

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Social Media Marketing Basics

Social Media Marketing Basics

One of the questions we are asked most frequently is, “What are the top 3 things I need to do on (insert social media network here).” That’s not a straight-forward question because social media marketing is not as formulaic as you might think. Each business has its own unique services, products, resources, branding, etc. to consider, as well as the …

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Seniors and Social Media

Seniors And Social Media

There are many new folks participating in social media platforms and they’re not kids who are getting their first computers. Senior members of our communities are increasingly online. In fact, 2012 was the first year that at least half of Americans over the age of 65 used the Internet. Our senior neighbors and family are slow to come online because …

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How To Create a Twitter List

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Personally, Twitter is probably my favorite social media network. I love the power behind its Search feature, the ability to connect to others who might otherwise be “out of reach” to me, the real-time nature of the content, etc. But when I share that with some folks, they often complain about the “noise” on Twitter. “There are just too many …

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Rules for Twitter Following

Twitter Following

Recently, a new Twitter user sent us a Facebook message to ask about “rules” for Twitter. (Don’t you just love modern communication across social platforms?) Specifically, his question was, “I am curious about Twitter etiquette. It seems like the nice thing to do in general is to follow those who follow you…Are there some unwritten rules?” This is a common …

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Leveraging Twitter

Leveraging Twitter

My favorite social media network for business is probably Twitter. The “rules” change there less often and there’s a lot of power in Twitter. Sadly, it’s frequently under-utilized by business owners. It takes time to use Twitter thoroughly, and it takes a willingness to applaud others who are doing a good job, perhaps even in your own industry. Not everyone …

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