How to Make Your Visual Content Stand Out on Social Media

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Vincent Orleck is the Community Manager for Plexus Worldwide Inc. He’s also the publisher of the Socially Acceptable blog. Feel free to reach out to him on Twitter: @Vin_Orleck.     “I’m not a graphics designer.” “I’m not creative.” “I don’t have time to fool around making pictures on my computer.” When it comes to […]

Bad Rhino Reading: 5 Steps to Building Quality LinkedIn Connections

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Website: Social Media Examiner  Article: 5 Steps to Building Quality LinkedIn Connections Do your research, ask questions, make conversation and post quality information that’ll make you stand out. Here are the 5 steps to building quality LinkedIn connections. 1. Get Your House in Order It’s important to understand the basics of LinkedIn and the expectations of […]

Best Social Media Practices For Small Businesses

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Kristen Kwiatkowski is a freelance writer based in the Philadelphia area. When not writing about social media and SEO practices, Kristen enjoys writing about local charity events, style and food and wine topics. Follow Kristen on Twitter: @sunflowerdali11. . . Social media is a necessary tool for businesses of all sizes. Small businesses, in particular, can […]

Twitter Testing New “Fave People” Timeline

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Something that comes with the territory of following a plethora of Twitter users is how easy it is to miss tweets from accounts that you enjoy and care about most. But now, the social media giant is testing a “Fave People” timeline, grouping all users that one designates into one timeline. The “Fave People” timeline […]

Increasing Engagement Through Content Marketing: 4 Questions to Ask Yourself

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Jay Baer states that a “lack of chatter isn’t a reason for your company to remain on the sidelines. Rather, it’s a signal that you need to make the first move.” Your content communicates with your followers and customers. Is your audience hearing from you on a consistent basis? If so, then you’ll be hearing […]