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Jan Gordon

Curatti On Air – The Ana Hoffman Interview (Video)

Ana Hoffman Curatti On Air

Ana Hoffman’s path to marketing success was not a typical one. You will have to ask her why she moved from modeling into blogging. Once she made the switch, and with the usual trial and error, she became a leading traffic generation expert (expert is my word, not hers!). She happily borrows from the old


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Andy Capaloff

Social Media Tips, Tools and Fun Facts [Infographic]

Every now and then, we like to make a slight departure from our usual posts. Today, we’re presenting an Infographic of Social Media Tips, Tools and Fun facts that was created by Jason Jackson of HostingCaptain.com. The obligatory best posting times are naturally included! It covers Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. The research and design


Wade Harman

The Pinterest Secret That Will Improve Your Social

Pinterest

Images impact your brain a lot easier than text does. If you’ve been in the social media industry for any amount of time you already know this. That is why it is so easy to build traffic over on the Pinterest platform. Take Twitter for example, even 140 characters take the brain a little longer


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Susan Gilbert

Pinterest – The Great Traffic Generator

Millions of women already love pinning.  And – Did you know that men are the fastest growing demographic on Pinterest? Are you tapping into this opportunity to reach both male and female consumers? If not, you should be. According to an article on Marketing Land, Pinterest reported in 2015 that it had 100 million monthly


Matt Banner

Your Guide to Being a Social Media Rock Star in 2016

My first encounter with social media was a long time ago. My first account wasn’t on Facebook or Twitter…it was on Myspace, and this was long before it became a music platform. When Facebook first showed up on the scene I laughed. This site will never take off, I thought. Well, as you can plainly see,


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Jennifer Hanford

3 Social Media Pet Peeves You Need To Avoid!

Pet peeves. You know, those “little” things that end up annoying you like nothing else? Even to the point where you feel like screaming or banging your head against a wall? Of course you know what I’m talking about, because we all have a pet peeve…or more than one. Or many of them. One of


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Rebekah Radice

Your Essential Cheat Sheet for Social Media Image Sizes

Every so often, popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus change the format, layout, and style of their networks. Just when you feel comfortable with the most recent updates, along comes a whole new round. One area that continues to evolve is social media images. From cover photos to the exact right dimensions for posts,


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Jan Gordon

Social Platforms Move at Warp Speed – How to Get Heard

By Lee Traupel No business can grow in today’s always on Digital Eco System unless you are a social platform competent brand. Marshall McCluhan was prescient beyond his years when he published: “Understanding Media: The Extension of Man.”  Platform and message are symbiotic. Your brand story has to be optimized for each platform, with visuals


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Rebekah Radice

Social Media Etiquette: A Visual Guide

With the advent of technology, social media has become the order of the day. Businesses turn to social media for increased exposure while decreasing their bottom line. And when used effectively, it can allow for greater customer service and improved brand awareness. Unfortunately, it can also lead to mishaps and devastating mistakes with the push


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Jan Gordon

Diversify Your Blog Content With Expert Interviews

By Ann Smarty Let me break it to you: For every well written blog post you write, readers can find a dozen just like it (covering the same topic), and probably just as helpful. It’s time that we diversify and stand out. It’s time that we offer something more than useful advice and tools: It’s


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