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Social media marketing can seem like a fragmented, disjointed thing. That’s natural, especially if you’re involved on multiple networks. Using Facebook,
For those new to the world of social media marketing, you might think that the only way to use those networks is through each individual website. You head to Facebook and post your updates, reply to comments, answer messages and then hop over to G+ to do the same. Then you jump over to Twitter to interact, retweet and tweet before heading to LinkedIn for a bit more social media interaction. Just thinking about it is exhausting. Who has the time? No one does. Thankfully, there is a way around this.