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Is Your Blog a Content Graveyard?

September 12, 2011 | By | No Comments

Visitors may come at first, but then they will go. And they will stay gone. There is no fresh content to learn from and no brand representative to engage them. They’ll go to a competitor’s site where they can get regular tips, tricks, and insights. They’ll go to a competitor’s site where someone is available to answer questions real-time.

12 Sep

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Why Do Brands Tweet?

September 12, 2011 | By | No Comments

Brands and companies continue to struggle to find ways to grow their businesses on social media. Find out why companies are and aren’t using Twitter for their company.

12 Jul

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MLB Uses Twitter in Attempt to Improve Home Run Derby Experience

July 12, 2011 | By | No Comments

Twitter exploded with negative tweets about the MLB Home Run Derby. Read about why this happened and how to prevent it from happening to your brand.

09 Mar

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Do You Tweet For a Living?

March 9, 2011 | By | No Comments

In addition to changing the way we communicate, advertise, bully, research, etc. social media is creating jobs. For the Social Community Manager, Social Strategist, and everyone else who doesn’t officially have a social media title the work is there.

23 Aug

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Short but Tweet: 3 Tips for Smarter Social Media Writing

August 23, 2010 | By | No Comments

Unless you’re selling equipment that requires a six-figure investment it’s best to choose words that are short but sweet. If perchance you endeavor to exhibit a tendency to utilize immense verbiage in order that you may purvey your wares and offerings, be assured that your current and potential clientele may soon endeavor to procure another source for their intended purchase. Get it? In fact, the rule of thumb is to use the same language you’d use in a face-to-face conversation.