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5 Social Media Content Tips for Startups

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Posted on May 28, 2013 at 14:45 PM

In the land of social media, content is king. Respect the king and he will reward your loyalty. Creating and sharing content, along with active engagement, is the key to marketing via social media, but whether your startup is heavily funded or operating on a shoestring, your budgets are carefully scrutinized and there is a strong need for […]

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Video is The King of Social Media

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Posted on October 22, 2012 at 12:11 PM

Videos can quickly turn your social media channels from bland to spectacular. Brands, startups and organizations realize social media success only with significant effort and tactics, and one of the most powerful success strategies is keeping your social media pages interesting. To do this you must post content that is relevant, provocative, informative, entertaining, unexpected and […]

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3 Reasons To Use Funny And Edgy Content To Spread Brand Message

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Posted on September 27, 2012 at 11:00 AM

There’s nothing funny about boring content, in fact it is a major problem in branding strategy that should not be taken lightly. Too often brands make the mistake of being plain and boring when what they really need to do is lighten up and test their boundaries for content. Creating funny and edgy content in […]

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3 Strategies for Online Video Marketing Success

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Posted on September 18, 2012 at 10:50 AM

Online video is one of the most effective strategies used in marketing. The numbers show it, and there is hardly any dispute. Over 100 million Internet users watch online video each day. 90% of online shoppers claim they found making shopping decisions easier due to effective product videos. These are just some of the many […]

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2 Ways the Facebook Want Button Will Change Online Shopping

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Posted on August 08, 2012 at 12:48 PM

Nowadays social media sites rule over our daily lives; it’s hard to believe we ever lived without them. Things as simple as a conversation or sharing primarily occur via the internet. As reported by developer Tom Waddington, it seems we will soon be able to add online shopping to that list of social media uses. Facebook […]

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