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Writing Articles That People Will Read

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Listening to a HubSpot webinar yesterday on content marketing, it was discussed about how we all are becoming publishers. I thought, to become publishers, we must be writers first, or at least know the right content that our target audience wants to read. We must write articles that are interesting and will engage readers. But this takes time, energy, and creative juices.

Why Small to Large Companies Should Pay Attention to Social Media

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Social media is fast becoming a leading outlet for savvy marketers to capitalize on their brand. By some estimates, social networking now accounts for 11 percent of all time spent online in the US. Between December 2008 and December 2009, total visits to the top 10 social networking sites increased 63 percent. Nearly one in 10 Internet visits ends up at a social network; nearly one in four page views is on a social networking site.

Search Engine Optimized Press Releases

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When Search Engine Optimization (SEO) became a hot topic in the early 2000’s, it was very easy to write a press release with targeted keywords and end up at the top of the Google listings for those keywords.

Today, this doesn’t happen.

Social Media: The Difference in Small Biz & Big Brand Social Media

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With all this socializing going on, the challenge of coordinating and integrating messages across multiple social networks platforms has become top-of-mind. Businesses, large and small, are using social media platforms – but for very different reasons.

20 Twitter Marketing Tips for Social Media Success | MediaFirst PR

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20 Twitter Marketing Tips for Social Media Success Everyone tweets these days, but some people just don't get it. Social Media can be a great marketing tool for spreading the word about your company, yourself, your industry, your customers, etc. Here are some tips to make you successful!

1. To avoid readers’ annoyance, don’t make your profile background appear like an advertisement.

2. Display your photo and let people know they’re NOT chatting with some faceless marketer.

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