Getting Paid For Your Posts: 3 Social Networks That Reward Content With Cash

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As a social media marketer, you are stuck with producing regular content for your blog. The reason that you do this is of course simple – to give your customers a reason to return to your site. You are adding value to the already great services and products that you offer by giving away free information to your loyal following on just about anything and everything to do with your industry.  Read more

40 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Go Viral

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Have you ever thought about what makes a piece of content go viral? I mean, think about it. Sometimes you spend hours creating content you know is going to do really well only to receive a lukewarm response which leaves you scratching your head. On a different occasion, you see something going viral on social media that is very similar and not even half as good (in your opinion).

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50 Google+ Accounts Every Marketer Should Follow

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Google+ has a reputation for struggling to keep up with the other major social media platforms. However, at the moment it seems to be firmly holding its place. Social Media Examiner’s just published 2015 Social Media Marketing Industry Report ranks Google+ just ahead of YouTube and Pinterest in terms of adoption. It crushes Instagram, and leaves platforms like SlideShare, Vine, and Snapchat in the dust.  Read more

3 Great Ways To Reward Your Social Followers

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Social media marketing is a game of give and take. As a marketer, it might feel like you’re constantly giving – great blog content, witty tweets, alerts to breaking news, special offers, promotions. Indeed, you may even think from time to time that you are giving your very soul to your keen and hungry followers on social media. 
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The Top 5 Best Scheduling Tools

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Are you on Twitter? Are you on Facebook? What about Google+? Instagram? Tumblr? LinkedIn? Pinterest? As a social media marketer you will more than likely be answering yes to all of the above. And that’s not to mention YouTube, Vine, your email campaigns or your blog either.  Read more