Archive for the ‘Social Media Advice’ Category

  • Why Tweet? A Noob’s Perspective

    Oct 14 2014
    Natasha Marchewka

    For me, the pleasure and advantage of Twitter is sharing my interests in a way that creates a community feel.  Whether to my spiritual side or my business life, I can share things I’ve read, ideas, inspiration, or other people’s wisdom to the Twitterverse.

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  • The New Way to use Facebook Post Attribution to Switch Personalities

    Oct 01 2014
    Anita Hovey Facebook Share to Page image

    A quick overview of the new changes to Facebook Post Attribution settings for business Pages.

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  • Make Sharing Easy for Your Readers with Click to Tweet!

    Sep 23 2014
    Twitter birds

    Don’t force your readers to take extra steps to share your content, like opening Twitter and posting directly. Make it super easy by creating the tweet for them.

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  • How YOU are Contributing to Facebook Spam

    Jul 29 2014
    Anita Hovey Ford Mustang Cover Photo

    This post is for all the people who share the pictures of luxury cars, vacations and iphones in the hopes they will win one. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE! YOU are helping create more Facebook spam. YES. YOU. ARE.

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  • Social Media Masterminding for your Small Business

    Jul 22 2014
    Anita Hovey social media workshop for business

    Masterminds aren’t just for your business development plan, you can also use social media masterminding to improve your social media strategy and implementation!

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  • Facebook Advertising for Small Business Case Study

    Jul 08 2014
    Anita Hovey

    Recently I was contracted to develop a Facebook advertising plan for a one-month promotion at a local business. Through the use of demographic targeting and interest selection, the ad resulted in a fair number of clicks through to the client’s website. Here’s how we approached the first prong or a four-pronged campaign.

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  • Is Your Social Media Plan CASL Compliant?

    Jun 17 2014
    Spring Twirp

    Our friend, Linda Daley, Daley Progress, is helping businesses wade through the upcoming CASL changes. Is your social media plan ready for the change? Linda will help you discover what you need to consider.

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  • Four Options for Managing Social Media While on Summer Vacation

    Jun 10 2014
    Anita Hovey heliophelia

    Social media doesn’t really take a “beach day”, so here are four options for managing your social media over the summer so you, too, can enjoy a trip to the beach (I’ll also accept cottage, lake, or second cousin twice removed’s house).

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  • Are you wasting your social credit?

    May 20 2014
    Anita Hovey Spring Twirp

    Many companies waste their entire “social credit” by closing accounts, misusing accounts or simply letting their profiles sit there dead and unused. Click through for tips on protecting your social credit.

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  • Spring Cleaning Your Social Media Presence

    Apr 15 2014
    Amanda Gore Spring Twirp

    It’s that time of year again. Or at least the calendar says it’s spring. Everything is thawing and everyone is coming out of hibernation. That means it’s time to do some spring cleaning. You clean your house, your car, your yard and your office, but do you clean up your social media presence? If you haven’t

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