- Search is becoming social
- Google+ Authorship is becoming a filter for quality content
- Google+ has the best user experience of any social network
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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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This free eBook from Hubspot shows you how to use Twitter to attract leads and customers, not just followers.
This eBook is geared towards intermediate users of Twitter who are familiar with basics of Twitter marketing, but wants to learn more advanced strategies to increase business and sales. For example, Hubspot reccomends that 15-25 Tweets per day is actually better than tweeting every second. The PDF content is presented in a graphically dynamic way and should be easy to read on smart phones and tablets.
The best books, conferences, blogs and tips to help you learn SEO, compiled in one place. For all levels of skill.
We asked the SEO community for their favourite online resources to learn SEO and these are the books, conferences, blogs and tips that came up most frequently. Ideal for beginners who want to get started and advanced SEO’s who wish to expand their knowledge.
The idea behind the app is to give you 1) a way to easily visualize your personal profile information; 2) a unique and creative way to show an employer who you are and what you bring to the table so you can stand out from the crowd; and 3) career feedback and advice that highlights your strengths and areas you can improve.
Infographics are all the buzz right now, and there’s good reason for that. An infographic is all about clear, concise, visual communication. An effective infographic can break down complicated stats, data and ideas into a simple, easy-to-read document. Major brands are jumping on the bandwagon and creating infographics to communicate big data and big ideas, and with our new Facebook app, we let you do the same for your resume.
Presenting the FWD IRL FAQ: quick links to your most pressing Internet- and phone-related concerns.
Click the questions to be linked to the column where this question was originally answered. We've selected MANY, but not all, of the original questions answered, representing the 122 questions answered over the past year. (You may have to scroll down a question or two, but it'll be there!)
Lauren Moss's insight:
A fairly comprehensive list of questions and answers that pertain to social media best practices and digital communication...
Twitter – with it’s 140 character limit and real-time flurry of activity on the Twitterstream – is confusing and overwhelming for most social media newbies. While most of my clients can get on board with social media marketing for their business using Facebook or LinkedIn, they just can’t wrap their head around using Twitter for business.
How about a brief summary on how to get started using Twitter:
-Follow people with similar interests.
-Join the conversation – that’s right, just jump in. Even if you’re new to the Twitter neighbourhood, just get out and start talking…I mean, tweeting.
-Tweet daily. But don’t spam – social media is not about selling or advertising. Be helpful. Share your knowledge, photos and links.
-Integrate Twitter with your other social networks. You can set up your Twitterfeed on your blog or website, and share it on your Facebook Page. But don’t just “auto-post” the same message to both networks. Twitter is meant for real-time interaction.
Those are just a few basic steps. It will take a bit of practice to figure it out, but Twitter is just one of those things that you need to just jump in and participate to appreciate it.
Click on the image for the complete visual representation explaining in simple terms how to use Twitter...