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  • Privatize – hide links you share via Twitter

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    IdoNotes
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:36 pm
    Privatize is an interesting tool for Twitter users hiding links unless the person is specified in the tweet. What this means is that you tweet from Privatize specifying someones Twitter name and the link gives an error if they are not listed and verified via the Twitter oAuth. Here are the three simple steps: Log in with Twitter to let us know who you are. Specify the link you’d like to share privately and who you’d like to see it. We privatize the link and post your tweet. If someone you mentioned is on the list, they get to open the link. If someone not authorized tries to open…
  • How to Snag Online Attention with a How-To or List-Style Post

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    Mickie Kennedy
    24 Mar 2015 | 2:18 am
    Increasingly popular ways of drawing online attention are How-To and List articles.  They’re also some of the easiest content to create. As evidenced by the population of Pinterest, YouTube, Instructables, and a million other crafty websites, we citizens of the internet really do love anything remotely instructional. We also love to share photos of when it does or doesn’t work out (See: Pinterest Fails –nailed it). And don’t forget sites like BuzzFeed, the undisputed masters of the List post. Not only are these articles a fantastic method of pulling clicks into your website, but…
  • Google Authorship and rel=author is no more

    TheWayoftheWeb
    Dan Thornton
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    One of the main benefits of signing up for a Google+ profile as a writer, blogger and author has been the Google Authorship program, which began back in 2011 with the launch of Google’s own social network. And in a Google+ post, Google’s John Mueller has confirmed that not only will the search results no longer show any Authorship results, but data will no longer be tracked from the rel=author markup. Since the start of 2014, Authorship has carried slightly less benefits for those who implemented it correctly with first a reduction in the amount of author photos shown per query,…
  • Twikiblog

    Twitdom - Twitter Apps Directory
    Anuj Seth
    24 Aug 2013 | 5:06 pm
    Tired of just tweeting in passionate currents? Here’s something different. 140 characters are sometimes not enough for a variable and thoughtfully flexible conversation. Twikiblog allows you to send longer messages, and more. Twikiblog is a Blogging and Discussion extension to your tweets, or in the other way around, a comprehensively Twitter integrated Blogging and Discussion platform for those who would like to experiment with constructive discourse and networking. Twikiblog allows users to blog and tweet in the same tweet-sphere, create more in-depth articles around by, or by…
  • Shocking News: Being Yourself Wins Business on Social Media

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    andynathan
    12 Mar 2015 | 2:00 pm
    You might think this is crazy, but when I first started blogging I thought I was supposed to be that buttoned up, stats talking, big word marketer. The idea was that my teeth were supposed to gleam so much whiteness and brightness you would think I was a knight rescuing corporations from the big, bad giant. [...] The post Shocking News: Being Yourself Wins Business on Social Media appeared first on Social Networking Marketing Help Center.
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  • Environmental Benefits of Using Solar Power

    admin
    28 Mar 2015 | 4:34 pm
    Electricity is known to be the best invention of all time. With electricity, people have good lighting at night with the use of light bulbs. Electricity is the main source of almost all devices used in homes and institutions to work. And electricity enables companies to operate with the use of machines. With the help of electricity, people can get the best features that can improve their lives and their future. Unfortunately, many places around the powerlessness of the world experience due to decreased energy sources such as gas, trees, water and coal. Therefore, it is essential to seek…
  • Will a Solar Power System Work for You?

    admin
    28 Mar 2015 | 3:05 am
    If you still think of going solar and find it difficult to choose the right provider and installer, then you’re in the right place. Here, we help you look more closely at how installing an outside residential solar reliable network allows you to save a lot of money and the best possible energy. Installation of solar panels With urban, rural and remote areas in search of green building design ideas, it becomes commonplace to leverage the significant focus and effective nature of these panels. The lead to large savings on energy bills with free electricity, off-grid solar systems are…
  • Solar Energy Risks to Health

    admin
    27 Mar 2015 | 8:17 am
    Solar energy is a potential free electricity and water heating source. It has the power to take advantage of electricity in remote areas of the world. It seems to offer health and safety with power, but is it? Rarely health risks of solar energy are mentioned. This may be partly due to the limited use of this energy source. It may also be due to the lack of research in this area. Some have begun to study the health risks of solar energy, however, and if you study long enough, some estimates are available. Solar Thermal Risks Health Solar energy Health risks inherent in the design and…
  • Should We Give Solar Power Another Try?

    admin
    25 Mar 2015 | 3:24 am
    Cities in many countries suffer degradation of air quality. Oxygen levels are decreasing every year making it harder to breathe. Our water is actually much more polluted and trees are dying. The human race has made decisions that are harmful currently causing our planet to fade. Perhaps returning to the things we use at the beginning of the life of the human race is the best solution. Solar energy can be the answer to many current problems as the sun has always been a source of heat and light. Throughout the history of the earth, the sun’s energy has never been used as a source of…
  • Irresistible Reasons To Create Your Own Solar Power At Home

    admin
    24 Mar 2015 | 2:22 am
    1. promotion of government: the federal government offers discounts for the use of clean energy. For example, wind turbines and solar energy systems installed at the end of 2016 are eligible for a tax credit of 30 percent. A tax credit is better than a tax deduction to take money directly from their taxes instead of leaving your taxable income. In other words, you can benefit from lower electricity bills and lower taxes. 2. Increase the value of the house: There have been several studies showing that selling prices are higher for households with solar certifications and durability that homes…
 
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  • Filta – filter and search those you follow

    IdoNotes
    17 Mar 2015 | 1:29 pm
    Filta is a quick tool that let’s you search through the profiles of those people you follow. You simply use oAuth to allow Filta to access the list of those you follow and import them.  If you follow over 200 people it will import the first batch and the rest happens later. You then have a very simple UI where you search for keywords (even partials) on the upper left and it starts building a shorter list for you to browse. Of course, this relies heavily on people using good keywords in the bios on Twitter. With it you could easily find an expert in a topic of someone with a common…
  • Sopularity – find the best hashtags for your tweets

    IdoNotes
    11 Sep 2014 | 11:46 am
    Sopularity is a simple tool with a three box interface.  You enter your tweet as you wish to send it.  Sopularity then looks at the tweet to suggest the best hashtags based on the content of it. Sopularity suggests the most appropriate trending hashtags for your tweets. This leads to a significant increase of the searchability and popularity of your tweets. So what you seem to get is analytics based on the content comparing you to other tweets that seem close.  You can choose to use them, change them and still add your own. An interesting idea on how powerful hashtags are. Sign up for the…
  • Privatize – hide links you share via Twitter

    IdoNotes
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:36 pm
    Privatize is an interesting tool for Twitter users hiding links unless the person is specified in the tweet. What this means is that you tweet from Privatize specifying someones Twitter name and the link gives an error if they are not listed and verified via the Twitter oAuth. Here are the three simple steps: Log in with Twitter to let us know who you are. Specify the link you’d like to share privately and who you’d like to see it. We privatize the link and post your tweet. If someone you mentioned is on the list, they get to open the link. If someone not authorized tries to open…
  • Nuzzel – a social news reader built on Twitter

    IdoNotes
    16 Jul 2014 | 12:54 pm
    Nuzzel creates a newspaper like web interface for finding the top news stories shared by your friends. Authentication was simple and it started building my custom page right away. Right away I saw the news links shared most by my friends. The UI was very clean and simple.  Dark text on white background with not much to distract you in the sidebars.  Suggested people to follow, friends feeds and a button to connect Facebook (to enhance the capabilities) was found in that sidebar. I could sort the results by the number of friends sharing a link or even by time.  Time could be reduces down to…
  • Gwittr – advanced Twitter searching

    IdoNotes
    2 Apr 2014 | 1:08 pm
    Gwittr is another Twitter search tool allowing you to look at anyone’s Twitter stream and sort by links, search old tweets and find pictures faster. Gwittr gives a clean and tabbed interface even including stats about the account you are looking at. If you log into the site they offer some more enhancements: You will get: Your own personalized homepage Feel like searching your tweets straight away on Gwittr? You will get your very own personalized Gwittr homepage to use and share. Control your privacy Fine tune what we show the world about your tweets and avoid embarrassement. Archive…
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    TheWayoftheWeb

  • Youtube introduces Interactive Cards

    Dan Thornton
    17 Mar 2015 | 4:12 pm
    Youtube has introduced interactive cards as a replacement for annotations on videos. There’s a new Cards tab available in the Youtube Video Editor to allow you to choose from 6 types; Merchandise, Fundraising, Video, Playlist, Associated Website and Fan Funding. Youtube Interactive Cards They’ll work across mobile and desktop and eventually annotations will be phased out to make way for the new interactive cards. Each type of card has specific settings – for instance Merchandise cards allow you to add an image, merchandise url and a call to action, while fan funding cards…
  • Friendfeed and GigaOm announce closures as Apple launches new products

    Dan Thornton
    10 Mar 2015 | 3:03 am
    While Apple launched new products including MacBooks and Watches, two pioneering services announced they would be closing. Friendfeed was a useful social network which combined short updates similar to Twitter with the ability to easily collect and aggregate your content from a huge variety of sources, into one feed. It launched back in 2007, and the service and team had been acquired by Facebook in 2009. There’s no official news beyond the April 2015 closure date, but there is some unofficial code on Github to export your data if you wish. And at the same time, one of the first big…
  • Google Authorship and rel=author is no more

    Dan Thornton
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:30 am
    One of the main benefits of signing up for a Google+ profile as a writer, blogger and author has been the Google Authorship program, which began back in 2011 with the launch of Google’s own social network. And in a Google+ post, Google’s John Mueller has confirmed that not only will the search results no longer show any Authorship results, but data will no longer be tracked from the rel=author markup. Since the start of 2014, Authorship has carried slightly less benefits for those who implemented it correctly with first a reduction in the amount of author photos shown per query,…
  • Blogging for Business and Profit Notes: DPiP August 2014

    Dan Thornton
    7 Aug 2014 | 1:25 am
    There’s nothing here yet until after I give my presentation this evening – Thursday, August 7th. The full notes will magically appear on Saturday, August 9th. In the meantime, you can always follow me on Twitter (@badgergravling), or follow TheWayofTheWeb (@twotwmarketing) to be alerted when I’ve compiled and sorted everything… The post Blogging for Business and Profit Notes: DPiP August 2014 appeared first on TheWayoftheWeb.
  • How to merge an existing Google+ page and Youtube Channel

    Dan Thornton
    4 Aug 2014 | 10:39 am
    The continued integration of various Google services with Google+ has generally been a positive move for both Google and businesses who can now access pages, page insights, analytics etc all in one place. But it does create an issue if you have existing Google+ pages and Youtube channels assigned to different registration emails, or if you accidentally create duplicates. Fortunately, the process to merge an existing Google+ page and Youtube channel isn’t as difficult as it once was.   We’ve merged G+ and Youtube profiles for our own sites and clients Disconnecting a Google+…
 
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    Twitdom - Twitter Apps Directory

  • Tweepi

    Anuj Seth
    8 Mar 2015 | 7:29 pm
    Tweepi is a simple collection of Twitter tools; each tool is designed to make a certain aspect of your Twitter experience and interactions simpler and more enjoyable! There are 4 tools to choose from: Geeky Follow Utility: Follow active and sociable users with the same interests as yourself Geekly Flush Utility: Unfollow users who are not following you Geeky Reciprocate Utility: Follow your followers back with a few clicks Geeky Cleanup Utility: filter deadbeat users and unfollow them Post from Twitdom - Twitter Apps Directory :: Tweepi Tags: Account Management, Auto Follow, follow, Tweepi,…
  • TweetMe

    Anuj Seth
    22 Feb 2015 | 8:56 pm
    TweetMe is a Japanese-language Twitter client with voice recognition support powered by AmiVoice. Post from Twitdom - Twitter Apps Directory :: TweetMe Tags: client, iPhone, Mobile, TweetMe, voice, Voice Message
  • Twinslator

    Anuj Seth
    9 Dec 2013 | 10:28 am
    Twinslator is a language translator for Twitter. You an use it to translate tweets to different languages before tweeting it. It uses Google Translate internally to do the task. Post from Twitdom - Twitter Apps Directory :: Twinslator Tags: Google Translate, translator, Twinslator, Web
  • Twavatars for iPhone

    Anuj Seth
    25 Aug 2013 | 5:05 pm
    Twavatars is a simple app that lets you to add a 10 character text message directly on your twitter avatar. You can even use the iPhone’s camera to upload a brand new profile picture upon which to work. Post from Twitdom - Twitter Apps Directory :: Twavatars for iPhone Tags: Avatar, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Mobile, Twavatars
  • Twikiblog

    Anuj Seth
    24 Aug 2013 | 5:06 pm
    Tired of just tweeting in passionate currents? Here’s something different. 140 characters are sometimes not enough for a variable and thoughtfully flexible conversation. Twikiblog allows you to send longer messages, and more. Twikiblog is a Blogging and Discussion extension to your tweets, or in the other way around, a comprehensively Twitter integrated Blogging and Discussion platform for those who would like to experiment with constructive discourse and networking. Twikiblog allows users to blog and tweet in the same tweet-sphere, create more in-depth articles around by, or by…
 
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  • Three Ways to Get The Most Out of Facebook Pages’ Cover Images

    David Cohen
    28 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    The cover image captures the immediate attention of visitors to Facebook pages, and social promotions platform Amazly shared three vital tips for page administrators to capitalize on that key real estate. Amazly reminded page admins that cover images display at 851 pixels wide by 315 pixels on desktop and at 640 by 360 on smartphones, and its three tips were: Use your cover image and your call-to-action button strategically: You can accomplish this by strategically designing your Facebook cover image to deliver a message that aligns with what your CTA button asks visitors to do, or, for…
  • 5 Reasons Why You Might Need Multiple Twitter Accounts

    Lauren Dugan
    28 Mar 2015 | 7:00 am
    The questions of whether or not to run multiple Twitter accounts tugs at most business owners’ minds at one time or another. Should we have one for customer service and another for product news? A personal account and a business account? And while the obvious answer to the question is dependent on whether that business has the time and resources to manage multiple Twitter accounts effectively, there are some common scenarios that could warrant a second handle. 1. Customer service. One of the most common reasons that businesses create multiple business accounts is to have a separate,…
  • Social Media Jobs: Freelancers Union, Wirecutter

    Nadine Cheung
    27 Mar 2015 | 4:30 pm
    This week, Freelancers Union is hiring a blog and community manager, while The Wirecutter needs a growth editor. Major League Soccer is seeking a senior director of media, and CurtCo Robb Media is looking for a social media manager. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro. Blog and Community Manager Freelancers Union (Brooklyn, NY) Growth Editor The Wirecutter (New York, NY) Senior Director, Media Major League Soccer (New York, NY) Social Media Manager CurtCo Robb Media (Malibu, CA) Social Media Editor The Hired Guns (New York, NY) Find more…
  • WWE Immortals Updated with New Characters, WrestleMania 31 Content

    Brandy Shaul
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:30 pm
    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and WWE announced the release of a major content update for WWE Immortals on mobile devices. The update brings new characters to the game’s roster and introduces the new Events System, giving players a chance to receive rewards in limited time challenges. The roster update includes two versions of iconic Superstars, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Macho Man Randy Savage. Austin is available as the Texas Rattlesnake and as an Icebound Watcher, while Savage is available as a Renegade and as the Macho King. These characters are part of the game’s planned…
  • Mark Zuckerberg No. 25 on ‘Fortune’ World’s Greatest Leaders

    David Cohen
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg placed No. 25 on the new World’s 50 Greatest Leaders for 2015 list from Fortune. Fortune wrote in its mini-profile of Zuckerberg: \"Everyone knows Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook when he was 19, but because of that extraordinary beginning, everyone tends to underrate the role he has gone on to play,\" says Silicon Valley eminence Peter Thiel, who himself has had an outsize role in the tech revolution. \"Keeping the company relentlessly focused on the long-term future, he is the opposite of a quarter-to-quarter Wall Street CEO, and that’s…
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    Social Networking Marketing Help Center

  • Free Future of Facebook Webinar

    andynathan
    25 Mar 2015 | 6:02 am
    Do you have 30 minutes to learn the top 10 Facebook changes that will impact your business and bottom line? Discover all the new tricks and ideas coming out of Facebook for the next year, so you can stay current with your Facebook marketing. Future of Facebook Webinar Details: Who: I will be presenting this [...] The post Free Future of Facebook Webinar appeared first on Social Networking Marketing Help Center.
  • Internet Marketing Minute: Pingdom Speed Test

    andynathan
    20 Mar 2015 | 6:11 am
    Welcome back to an old tradition on this blog, the Internet Marketing Minute. This is a revival of the social networking minute that we used to create every Friday. The premise is simple. Every week, we discuss a new internet marketing tool. This weeks IM tool is Pingdom Tools. Hope you enjoyed the first internet [...] The post Internet Marketing Minute: Pingdom Speed Test appeared first on Social Networking Marketing Help Center.
  • Help Me Help You

    andynathan
    17 Mar 2015 | 6:04 am
    Every so often I have a brilliant idea! Today’s brilliant idea is very simple. I have no clue what you need. Not that I cannot guess, but the truth is that I am not the ridiculous mind reader you would believe me to be. Sorry ladies! That means I cannot tell what you are thinking of [...] The post Help Me Help You appeared first on Social Networking Marketing Help Center.
  • Shocking News: Being Yourself Wins Business on Social Media

    andynathan
    12 Mar 2015 | 2:00 pm
    You might think this is crazy, but when I first started blogging I thought I was supposed to be that buttoned up, stats talking, big word marketer. The idea was that my teeth were supposed to gleam so much whiteness and brightness you would think I was a knight rescuing corporations from the big, bad giant. [...] The post Shocking News: Being Yourself Wins Business on Social Media appeared first on Social Networking Marketing Help Center.
  • Last Day To Get Book of Tweets For Free

    andynathan
    8 Mar 2015 | 6:35 am
    We have had over 400 downloads of the Book of Tweets in the past 4 days. Today is the last day, so make sure you reserve your free copy now on Amazon. The Book of Tweets is for all the entrepreneurs who ever asked me what they should talk about on Twitter. This information is specifically for [...] The post Last Day To Get Book of Tweets For Free appeared first on Social Networking Marketing Help Center.
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    Twitter Tools and Twitter Tips Blog

  • 75 Powerful Ways to Get More Twitter Followers

    Garin Kilpatrick
    14 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
      This mission of this article is to provide you with the best tips on the Internet to help you get more Twitter followers. The tips in this article can help you turbo boost your Twitter following and take your Twitter brand to the next level. This article covers strategies you can apply to grow your […] The post 75 Powerful Ways to Get More Twitter Followers appeared first on Twitter Tools and Twitter Tips Blog.
  • 10 Awesome Twitter Analytics and Visualization Tools

    Garin Kilpatrick
    12 Mar 2015 | 5:00 am
    Recently Twitter rolled out their native analytics platform for all users and now you can get some quality data about your tweets directly from Twitter. After researching over a thousand Twitter Tools for the Twitter Tools Book I came across many Twitter analytics and visualization tools.  These Twitter tools were designed to add value by presenting […] The post 10 Awesome Twitter Analytics and Visualization Tools appeared first on Twitter Tools and Twitter Tips Blog.
  • Infographic: What Happens in a Twitter Minute?

    Garin Kilpatrick
    18 Jan 2015 | 3:11 am
    In the new infographic What happens in a Twitter minute some startling Twitter stats are revealed about how active the platform really is. These stats about the current state of Twitter provide some insight into how you can stand out from the crowd. Whenever you differentiate yourself from the crowd this is a good thing since you will be positioning […] The post Infographic: What Happens in a Twitter Minute? appeared first on Twitter Tools and Twitter Tips Blog.
  • Infographic: 12 Twitter Tips to Help You Get More Conversions

    Garin Kilpatrick
    14 Jan 2015 | 2:33 pm
    This Twitter infographic from Hubspot reveals some fresh stats about Twitter and just how active the massive social media site is. Below I’ve included the 12 Twitter tips from the infographics and added my thoughts to their takeaways. 1. Alternate between “Title tweet” and “Copy tweets.” Mix up the copy in your tweets.  Use title’s sometimes […] The post Infographic: 12 Twitter Tips to Help You Get More Conversions appeared first on Twitter Tools and Twitter Tips Blog.
  • 5 New Twitter Marketing Infographics

    Garin Kilpatrick
    8 Oct 2014 | 7:44 pm
    Whenever I come across exceptional Twitter marketing infographics I save them to my hard drive because I know my audience will find value in them as well. Over the past month or so I have stacked up five quality Twitter tips infographics for you and each of them is included in this post. Enjoy! 1. 5 Surprising […] The post 5 New Twitter Marketing Infographics appeared first on Twitter Tools and Twitter Tips Blog.
 
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  • How to Double Your Email List (In 90 Days or Less)

    Jenna Dalton
    27 Mar 2015 | 1:23 am
    So you wanna double your email list, hey? The problem is you’re overwhelmed. There are so many different tactics you could try you don’t know where to start. You could run Facebook ads. Start doing more YouTube videos. Put a pop-up on your site. Create a 30-day challenge. All of these tactics could absolutely help you get more subscribers. But how do you know which one to choose? Well, to be honest, I wouldn’t choose any of those. I’d pick guest blogging. Why? Because I used guest blogging to double my email list in less than 90 days. And I’ll show you how to get results like that…
  • How to Snag Online Attention with a How-To or List-Style Post

    Mickie Kennedy
    24 Mar 2015 | 2:18 am
    Increasingly popular ways of drawing online attention are How-To and List articles.  They’re also some of the easiest content to create. As evidenced by the population of Pinterest, YouTube, Instructables, and a million other crafty websites, we citizens of the internet really do love anything remotely instructional. We also love to share photos of when it does or doesn’t work out (See: Pinterest Fails –nailed it). And don’t forget sites like BuzzFeed, the undisputed masters of the List post. Not only are these articles a fantastic method of pulling clicks into your website, but…
  • Q & A from John Paul Aguilar – The Blogging Entrepreneur

    John Paul Aguilar
    22 Mar 2015 | 2:55 am
    Tell us a little bit about you and how you got into blogging? To make a long story short, in 2002 I had a kidney transplant, and to make extra money, I started looking to the internet. I started with Ebay selling then Affiliate marketing and then MLM.  I had success with all 3 over a few years, so I decided to start a blog. The goal of the blog was to share the things I was doing to make money online, and slowly, the blog has grown to much more. Why do you think blogging is a good business? Blogging is a great way to share what you know and how you can help people in a soft selling type of…
  • 12 Most Effective Ways to Create Irresistible Content

    Alan Young
    18 Mar 2015 | 6:08 pm
    Today I’m very excited to share with you an excerpt from Scott Aughtmon’s book “51 Content Marketing Hacks: Extraordinary Lessons on Creating Content That Will Help You Sell More and Gain More Customers” For those who don’t know Scott yet he’s the person behind a popular infographic 21 Types of Content We Crave. He’s a regular contributor to ContentMarketingInstitute.com and he’s also written for other sites such as 12Most.com and Problogger.net and he’s the author of 2 books called How Your Business Can Survive and Prosper in a…
  • 7 Strategies to Properly Manage Your Online Reputation

    Adam Polaszewski
    17 Mar 2015 | 2:16 am
    What is online reputation management? Reputation management is the strategy of influencing an individual or business’s reputation. With the increase of popularity of social media sites, people have become more involved in the conversation to help shape how companies message to their audience. There are many tools that help businesses manage their online engagement but most don’t offer a strategy to follow, putting the onus on you to shape your reputation yourself. Every day you provide services for your clients, you’re building your level of reputation, both online and offline. With…
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