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6 Tips for Useful Twitter Lists

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I love the Twitter lists, but in all honesty, I’m fickle when it comes to using them. When I do use them, I remember why I love them so much. They’re a boost to the daily marketing tasks that make my business thrive. But if I’m not using them, or they’re just getting cluttered with useless information, they aren’t very helpful …

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Twitter’s Moments

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Recent Twitter news has been anything but good: quarterly reports indicate it’ll be the 2nd year operating at a loss, record low stock prices, and 8% of their workforce laid off. So why is a company with over 300 million users failing? The simple answer is lack of growth. In 2012, Twitter added 68 million users for a growth of …

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What Ticks Me Off About Twitter

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If you know me at all, the title of this post should concern you. I love Twitter. It’s undoubtedly my favorite social network. I’ve talked about the reasons I love Twitter before, and all of those reasons still apply regardless of the changes that have come and gone to Twitter over the years. What I don’t love about Twitter, what …

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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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5 Minute Networking Tips For Twitter


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


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 find yourself not watching the show because you’re 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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