Our second entry in the Social Media Best Practices Guide series walked you through the 140-character ins and outs of Twitter. This installment will focus on optimizing your brand’s Google+ account. Google+ has attracted less of a following than Twitter or Facebook, but its association with Google means that maintaining an active page can help  … Read more

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We kicked off our Social Media Best Practices series last month with some tips for Facebook. Our second installment will discuss the ins and outs of Twitter from an SEO perspective. As the second most popular social networking site after Facebook, Twitter is a platform you don’t want to neglect. The brevity of Tweets–140 characters  … Read more

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source With social media moving so rapidly, it can be overwhelming and confusing for many business owners to keep up to date on best practices. In our “Social Media Best Practices Guide” series, we will cover platform-specific techniques, optimization tips, and tricks to help boost your status updates. For the first installment, we will cover  … Read more

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Recently, Facebook quietly rolled out new cover image guidelines that allow businesses and marketers more freedom with this prime, visual real estate. In the past, they have had fairly strict rules on what businesses can and cannot do with their Timeline cover image and penalized those who did not follow the rules. Below, I have  … Read more

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