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"7 Deadly Sins of Social Media Marketing" Cartoon

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Last week, the new social network Ello sparked a tremendous amount of attention with its promise to become the Anti-Facebook. Ello is now receiving 45,000

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The Art of Smoasting: How to Boast on Social Media Like a Pro

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By Shea Bennett on September 24, 2014 9:00 AM Are you partial to a little smoasting? A portmanteau of social media and boast, smoasting is,…

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Social Media, Great Content and Email Marketing – The Anatomy of a Perfect Event

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By Shea Bennett on September 23, 2014 3:00 PM Planning an event might seem easy on paper, but the reality involves a lot of hard…

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33 Tweetable Tips That’ll Help You Master LinkedIn

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by Lindsay Kolowich September 22, 2014 at 12:00 PM When it comes to spending time marketing on social networks — whether you’re marketing your company…

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A Glimpse Into Marketers’ Social Media Strategies

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Almost every company puts much money and effort behind social media strategy, with goals ranging from enhanced brand awareness to direct leads or sales.

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The Social CEO

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By Shea Bennett on September 12, 2014 6:00 PM Did you know that the average CEO has 3,900 Twitter followers, 630 Facebook friends and 930…

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7 Elements of a Perfectly Optimized Social Media Account

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Want to up your game on social media? Check out the anatomy of a properly optimized social post.

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The Good and the Bad of Social Media Marketing

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By Shea Bennett on September 16, 2014 9:00 AM Did you know that 74 percent of 16-24 year-olds say that they cannot be parted from…

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