Archive for the ‘Social Marketing’ Category

Changes for Google+?

Christopher Poole, founder of 4chan, was recently hired to fill a prominent position with Google’s social media site, Google+.  Can big changes be far behind? It isn’t news that Google+, Google’s social media site, is a distant second to industry leader Facebook.  At the end of 2015, Google+ had about 418 million active users.  Facebook…

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Negative Reviews

Negative reviews can affect any business’s online reputation and ultimately its bottom line.  Here are a few ways your business can avoid negative reviews. Negative reviews have always been a concern of business owners.  In the past, word of mouth was perhaps the most widespread way to talk about a business, but in today’s world…

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Facebook Emoji Tracking

Facebook’s new emojis offer a wider range of quick reactions to posts but Facebook emoji tracking allows them to mold what appears in your News Feed. Facebook users recently saw new emoji options below their News Feed posts recently but these options have also allowed for improved Facebook emoji tracking. The addition of the new…

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Google My Business

Google My Business can help small and local businesses manage their web presence across a variety of Google apps. Google My Business is hoping to make being seen easier for local and small business owners.  Google My Business replaces and upgrades older apps like Google Places for Business and Google+ Pages.  It unifies all the metrics…

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Weekly Newsletter Benefits

Weekly newsletter benefits broken down. Weekly newsletter benefits are easy to see. You may not be sending out an e-newsletter regularly, or at all. If a weekly newsletter is already part of your marketing strategy, you still may feel like you’re not getting all the potential benefits. If any of those situations sound familiar, the…

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