Social Media

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How To Use Social Media for Business

Many users may think of social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram simply as places to share information and the latest news with friends and family. But businesses can also find these sites helpful when promoting a Web presence to online customers.


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The Science of the Perfect LinkedIn Photo

What's your best look for a LinkedIn profile photo? It's probably not going to be the same photo you use for a Facebook or Twitter profile. Here are tips on what makes the perfect LinkedIn photo.


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Google Plus Photos is Shutting Down, Is Google Plus Next?

There is more evidence that the days for Google Plus, the company's attempt at a social media network, are numbered. That's especially true after Google just announced that Google Plus Photos is shutting down and has been re-branded as Google Photos.


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How to Use Periscope for Business

Twitter's video streaming app, Periscope, is now available for download for both iOS and Android. Here's a look at how businesses can utilize this new video app right away.


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How the New Pinterest Buyable Pins Help Your Retail Business

Pinterest is the latest social media platform that's allowing visitors to make purchases directly from content they see on the site. The photo-heavy Pinterest is adding Pinterest Buyable Pins to some content now and more in the future.


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Wix Facebook Ad Tool is Here

A partnership between Wix and Facebook will allow WIx users to create ad campaigns on the social media network. Wix-created ad campaigns will generate content created on Wix and post to a company's Facebook Page feed.


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Should You Use Hashtags on Twitter or Are They a Click Killer?

Twitter recently released a study claiming the much celebrated hashtag may not be what it once was. In fact, Twitter says, it may actually be hurting your click-through rate. Nonsense, says WordStream founder Larry Kim. Kim shares some pretty compelling evidence from his own tweets suggesting it just ain't so.