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5 Types of of Snack Size Content for Social Media Marketing Worth Considering

5 Types of of Snack Size Content for Social Media Marketing Worth Considering | Web Development | Scoop.it
Content on social media networks Is vital to create engagement with your prospects and customers. There is a fast emerging trend for content to be written and produced in snack size bites. This could be video, text or visual mediums. Provide the entree first and the main meal second. So it is all about the temptation.

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Ryan DePoppe's curator insight, February 28, 2014 10:44 PM

Snack size, perfect for social media. 

Gary Stevens's curator insight, March 2, 2014 6:13 AM

Less is more. Some ideas on producing web content for audiences that have increasingly shorter attention spans.

Debra Hess Norris's curator insight, March 16, 2014 10:44 AM

Helpful advice.... brevity is necesary.

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Ford Retail's parts division exceeds £100m turnover - AM-online

Ford Retail's parts division exceeds £100m turnover - AM-online | Web Development | Scoop.it
Ford Retail's parts division exceeds £100m turnover AM-online These included the introduction of a sales representative training programme, marketing campaigns, internal development and promotions from within the management team, as well as...
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The Lucas Plan: What can it tell us about democratising technology today? - The Guardian

The Lucas Plan: What can it tell us about democratising technology today? - The Guardian | Web Development | Scoop.it
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The Lucas Plan: What can it tell us about democratising technology today?
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Workers at Lucas Industries, Shaftmoor Lane branch, Birmingham, 1970. Photograph: /Lucas Memories website, lucasmemories.co.uk.
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Interesting read. 

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