By Serena Star Leonard | May 28, 2013
Every once in a while I will spring clean my Twitter accounts to make sure that I am getting the most value from my time on Twitter. Here is my 4 step process for giving a Twitter spring clean: 1. Follow People Firstly follow more people! A percentage of the people you follow will follow
By Charles Cunginhame | May 22, 2013
Often the biggest challenge of social media marketing is finding the time to do it. Fortunately there are some great low-cost tools available which can help streamline your activity. I use Buffer, HootSuite and SocialOomph to automate the more tedious tasks on Twitter, such as content distribution and following back, so I can concentrate on
By Elliott Bailey | May 15, 2013
It’s a good thing not all marketing stories have to have a happy ending by the first chapter! There’s the website that just didn’t work, those Facebook posts that never got shared, and all those fails in the first few months of the blog. For me one of these has been Facebook ads and it
By Caylie Price | May 02, 2013
I’m pretty sure there’s something in the water! The social media waters! Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest have all rolled out changes and additions to their platforms in the last couple of weeks. It seems whatever is in the water is catching. Although perhaps less visually dramatic compared with the other platforms, the changes Pinterest has
By Caylie Price | April 03, 2013
Do you pin for pleasure or profit? If you pin for pleasure you won’t need to worry about increasing your followers fast, in fact you may never care but if you are pinning for business results count! The faster you can increase your following the more web traffic you can entice and convert to email
By Melinda | March 05, 2013
I’m doing a social media blitz in March with the aim of upgrading my use and reach of Google +, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to benefit my business. I’ll share the best tips on this blog.
By Marissa Roberts | February 20, 2013
You’ve been blogging for a while but you’re just not seeing the results you thought you’d have by now. Where are your thousands of readers? Where’s your loyal tribe? Why are your stats at a standstill? You’re producing great content that will really help people.. if people would come to your blog and read it.
By Serena Star Leonard | January 14, 2013
Twitter is all about a conversation. But if the people you follow, are not interested in conversing – or haven’t logged in for a year, you are wasting your precious follows! This is what Twitter says about follow limits: Every account can follow 2,000 users total. Once you’ve followed 2,000 users, there are limits to
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