Why should you use Google+?There are lots of good reasons to pay attention to Google+, but for me it comes down to these three:
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Get answers to the questions you were too embarrassed to ask about using LinkedIn.
A lot of great questions came up during the webinar that we didn't have time to answer, and it turns out, a lot of you had the exact same questions. So, we compiled them all and, well, that's why you're reading this blog post.
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Random dabbling with social media content won’t get you anything. You’d, at best, need a performance-based approach to social media marketing, as Jon Wade at Clickz.com points out.How do you get the best of social media without spending too much time, an arm, and a leg? What rules should you set-aside for yourself before venturing out with your social media accounts? Here are a few tips for you...
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