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Guest Post: Proper Ways to Distribute your Content in Social Media without Being Spammy

Social media has become the new hub of human interaction and mobile content delivery. There’s no better way to get in touch with what’s new and what’s hot at all times. As a result, a lot of people are taking

Posted in Facebook, Social Media, Twitter

How to Get Things Done Even When You Don’t Feel Like Working

Ever had one of those days when your mind just doesn’t seem to be on work mode? I know I have, and those days make me feel guilty as hell because I know that every moment I waste being unproductive

Posted in Business, Productivity, Social Media

How to Build and Maintain Meaningful Online Connections

If there’s one thing I truly love about the web, it’s the fact that it makes it so unbelievably simple to connect with others. Touching base with (existing and potential) friends, partners, mentors, or clients is as easy as clicking

Posted in Blogging, Facebook, Productivity, Social Media, Twitter

Getting Customers: Do you seek clients out or let them come to you?

First of all, YES, I would love to hear your answers to the above-question. Please share them in the comments below. Generally speaking, I’ve found that there are two main ways to find clients and customers. You can either a)

Posted in Blogging, Business, Facebook, Marketing, Social Media

No one is too unsexy for social media

Think your product or company isn’t hip enough for social media? Think again. If a company that sells supplemental travel medical insurance can successful convert young, hip professionals via social channels, so can you. Yesterday, Inc.com published an insightful article

Posted in Marketing, Social Media

Don’t You Just Love It When Companies Take the High Road?

  Okay, so I have to admit, I’m one of those people who follow Internet scandals. I’m like the online equivalent of a rubbernecker. I ogle at the way some companies let interns run amok, or how they post rape-condoning

Posted in Facebook, Social Media

6 Tools and Resources to Help You Create Sharable, Likable, and Pinnable Images

Six tools and resources to help you create sharable, likable, and pinnable images. (Even if you’re not a graphic designer!) Here’s the thing: I’m a writer. I do a number of things, including weaving words into blog posts, press releases,

Posted in Blogging, Marketing, Social Media

Get Busy with These 6 Twitter Changes Now!

The guys at Twitter have been VERY busy these past few months and they’ve implemented a bunch of changes that will affect most, if not all their members. You need to pay close attention to these changes especially if you’re

Posted in Marketing, Social Media, Twitter

In Social Media, You Can’t Put the Spotlight on Someone without Getting a Little Bit on Yourself

Note: This post was originally published on the PRWeb blog.  There’s an old adage that goes something like, “happiness is like perfume; you can’t sprinkle it on other people without getting a little on yourself.” The principle behind it is

Posted in Blogging, Facebook, Google, Marketing, Social Media

Why Small Social Sites Could End Up Having a Bigger Effect on People

  Note: This post is for businesses and marketers that actually want to build lasting relationships with customers. If you just want to promote yourself and quickly sell stuff, feel free to move along to the next blog. If you’re

Posted in Facebook, Marketing, Social Media
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