5 Social Media Articles You Have To Read

by golda on August 24, 2012

 

5 Ways to Grow Your Exposure With Instagram

It’s fun, free and totally addictive. Take any photo, apply a filter and bam…you got a great new look! Yup, we’re talking about Instagram. Are you using it to market your business? If not, perhaps you should and this article gives your 5 easy to implement tips grow your brand. Sorry blackberry users, it’s only available on the iPhone or Android.  

INFOGRAPHIC: Back To School Often Means Back To Facebook Cyber-Bullying

Are you a parent, teacher, counselor or have influence over children? Sometimes a picture can say more than words ever can and this infographic does an excellent job of reminding us where to look, the effects of it and what parents can do. Every year we hear more and more stories of cyber-bullying and with another school year getting underway, it’s important to remember and keep eyes open to signs of cyber-bullying among our children.

Using Twitter to Crack Down on Bullying

As a parent of two school ages children, I am very aware of their access to online channels. While mine are too young to be on social networks, others aren’t and sadly, cyber-bullying isn’t limited to children. This article highlights a new program developed by some researchers at the University of Wisconsin to monitor Twitter for certain keywords that indicate bullying. This is great for people who are targets but are afraid of reporting it in fear of backlash.

5 Brands That Get Email Marketing Right

No matter how you’ve heard about it or how you feel about it, email marketing is not dead. As a matter of fact, when done correctly, it can help build your following and bring in the sales. This article demonstrates how some brands are doing it the right way.

How To Start a Social Media Routine – A Method To Your Madness

If you’re one of the many entrepreneurs that just throw their hands up in total frustration over social media please read this because there is a method to what seems to be madness. You can’t just “wing it” and expect big results. You need a plan and you need to follow it. One thing to remember is what works for one person may not work for you but you MUST have a system.

 

 

 

 

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