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What Social Media Works Best For Your Ecommerce

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
What Social Media Works Best For Your Ecommerce

The face of ecommerce looks drastically different in 2014 than it looked in 2004. Only via the Internet can a mere decade produce such fundamental changes in the way products are sought after and pitched over a medium. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82i

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Businesses Need to Focus on Getting to the Point with their Advertising

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Businesses Need to Focus on Getting to the Point with their Advertising

There’s a saying that goes something like this: “Give me the baby. I don’t need the labor pains.” – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82h

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How to Jumpstart Your Google+ Engagement [Infographic]

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
How to Jumpstart Your Google+ Engagement [Infographic]

According to Social Media Examiner’s, Social Media Marketing Industry Report 2014, Google+ is the social network marketers want to learn most about. 54% of marketers are currently using Google+, 65% want to learn more about it and 61% are preparing to increase their activities on the site in 2014. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82g

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Scott Monty: Facebook’s Trust Problem

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Scott Monty: Facebook’s Trust Problem

We’re all aware that Facebook doesn’t allow us to see all updates from all of our friends or the brand pages we like in our News Feed. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82f

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How to Use a Blog as the Cornerstone of Your Content Marketing

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
How to Use a Blog as the Cornerstone of Your Content Marketing

Content marketing seems to be the buzzword thrown around a lot by businesses today. Everywhere you turn, experts state that you must use content to build your brand. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82e

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5 Lessons from the World Cup for Marketers

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
5 Lessons from the World Cup for Marketers

The World Cup is no doubt one of the biggest events on Earth.  As its broadcast globally and automatically attracts millions of spectators, it’s the perfect chance for companies to reach out to a large, attentive audience. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82d

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Google+ At 3 Years Old: Not A Ghost Town, But A Social Referral Graveyard

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Google+ At 3 Years Old: Not A Ghost Town, But A Social Referral Graveyard

Without a doubt there are millions of people who use and value the social network, which turns three tomorrow. There’s a vibrant community of photographers; there are Hangout on Air true believers; there are marketers who swear it’s the best social network for engaging with customers. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82c

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Facebook Responds to Negative Reactions to Its Experiment on Users

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Facebook Responds to Negative Reactions to Its Experiment on Users

The furor surrounding Facebook’s decision to conduct an experiment that secretly manipulated the News Feed of some users to study emotion contagion reached a peak this weekend, with many calling the act creepy at best, and downright unethical at worst. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82b

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Goodbye Google Authorship, 1 Minute On Facebook

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Goodbye Google Authorship, 1 Minute On Facebook

Google has it’s ideas about what content marketing means.  While we obviously have our own ideas on what online marketing, blogging, and other terms mean, here’s a look a what Google Autocomplete thinks of some common marketing words and phrases. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/82a

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All You Need to Know About the SEO Ranking Factors for Google in 2014

June 30, 2014 0 Comments
All You Need to Know About the SEO Ranking Factors for Google in 2014

Google has always tried to keep their secret sauce inaccessible when it comes to how they rank their content in search engines. – Read article:  http://purl.ws/829

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