Posts Tagged ‘Social Media Management’

Basic Tech Skills Entrepreneurs Must Have to Start and Run their Business

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

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Regardless of which industry he belongs to, a good entrepreneur knows that starting and running a successful business will entail one to be a jack-of-all-trades. The business’s day-day-to-day success will depend, in great part, on the business owner’s ability to quickly grasp and apply specific tech skills. Moreover, a good entrepreneur also knows which skills he must learn and which ones to entrust or delegate to others.


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Social Media for SMBs: Tips for the Internet marketing manager

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

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With the social Web’s continuous progress, more and more companies are redefining their corporate cultures and embracing Internet marketing as a vital component in their business growth. From large corporations like Coca-Cola and Krispy Kreme down to that combination hipster record store-coffee shop your enterprising college buddy set up across town, businesses are using social media sites to develop their brands, advertise and sell their products, and engage with more people than ever before.


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Crafting content to cut through the social media noise

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

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Online marketers are always faced with the task of capturing the public’s attention—a task that’s truly challenging considering the amount of social noise that is regularly slathered all over the social Web every few seconds. And by “noise” we mean the massive clusters of activities taking place online; including all the status updates, messages, and the text, image, and videos posted across the social networks. Now imagine all that social noise fighting over the rather limited attention span of Web users, including your targeted demographic.


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