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15 Common Mistakes in Social Media Marketing

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As social media continues to integrate into our lives, business executives, freelancers and professionals from all walks have started to use social media to engage in content marketing. What are the common mistakes that are often made in social media marketing?
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Greer's husband's curator insight, February 23, 2014 1:11 AM

Greer & I are still trying to reinvent the wheel with social media when we really need to put our ears to the ground to listen where others have already tread making the same mistakes. Hopefully you will find this article by Jeff Bullas as useful as we have.

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How To Use Direct Messages on Instagram

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A few months ago, direct messages on Instagram became accessible to all users. We break down this feature and show you how it can be used for your business.
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10 Things You May Not Know About 'Flappy Bird'

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Ten interesting facts about the viral mobile hit 'Flappy Bird.'
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The Science of Turning Instagram Followers into Customers - The Wishpond Blog

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The Science of Turning Instagram Followers into Customers Are you struggling to increase your Instagram ROI? Are you concerned the platform just isn’t for your business and thinking about throwing in...
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This Is Why No One Follows You on Twitter

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Twitter users often make the decision of whether or not to follow someone in seconds, meaning that you have very little time to impress.
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Robert Shrigley's curator insight, February 24, 2014 3:19 AM

We live in an ever incresing faster world and our full time hours never give us enpugh time to catch up.