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6 blogging myths you need to forget

Six Blogging Myths You Need to Forget

Blogging By April 6, 2016 Tags: , , , No Comments

Stop Whining and Start Blogging Humans love to make excuses for why something can’t be done. They won’t call them excuses, but let’s get real—if you’re tasked with doing something, and you give a reason why you can’t (or won’t), it’s not a reason—it’s an excuse. Excuses are our brains’ natural reaction to anything that’s uncomfortable or out of the…

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To Pop-Up or Not to Pop-Up: That Is the Question.

Blogging, Social Media and Technology By March 2, 2016 Tags: , , , 1 Comment

The Pros and Cons of Using Pop-Ups Pop-up ads are nothing new to the internet, but if you feel like you’re seeing them for more than just ads, you’re correct. Almost any site you go to these days has some form of pop-up with a call to action on it. Whether it’s to sign up for the newsletter or blog,…

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creating relevant content

Social Media Success – How to Create Great Content

Social Media and Technology By January 13, 2015 Tags: , , , 2 Comments

Creating Relevant Content Last week, we discussed the relationship “R” of the 3 R’s of social media: why they’re important and why that, above all else, needs to be the #1 focus in your social media efforts. From focusing on your customer to giving them what they want (not what you want), your customer should always be the focus in your…

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watch out for these twitter fails

6 Twitter #Fails You May be Making

Social Media and Technology By November 11, 2014 Tags: , , , , 2 Comments

Did you know that of all the Twitter users in the universe, almost 100% of all tweets are from 40% of the users, and 40% of the users have never tweeted – at all?? Some people love, love Twitter, and others just don’t get it (I fall into the first group—it’s my favorite of them all) and quit before they ever…

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