Q & A: Constant Contact and Social Media for Small Business

Q & A: Constant Contact and Social Media for Small Business

Here are a few questions from clients, about how to use Constant Contact and Social Media for Small Business. I am sharing the answers in case they can help you too!   Q: Recently, someone suggested making all newsletter photos clickable – I can’t do this with my version of
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Job Hunting and Social Media

Job Hunting and Social Media

Earlier this month, Facebook announced that they want to help you find a job – I do NOT recommend this! Job Hunting and Social Media CAN be a good combination – read on to learn how to mix properly. Social media CAN be a helpful tool when looking for a
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How to Turn Off Facebook Notifications

Have you ever commented on a friend or family member’s Facebook photo of their new home or baby, only to regret it when you receive a notification for EVERY SUBSEQUENT comment? EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. Facebook is, by design, a SOCIAL network. They want you to converse and interact on their
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Facebook Marketing – a Facebook Group Case Study

Facebook Marketing – a Facebook Group Case Study

This past Saturday morning, I was notified that I had been ‘tagged’ in a Facebook post. It seems that I was now part of a GROUP that was set up like a virtual hostess party, to sell beauty products. Since I am both active on Facebook and a digital marketing
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Social Media Mise en Place

Social Media Mise en Place

‘Mise en place’ is a French phrase meaning “putting in place”. It is usually used in the context of food preparation but I do think that the concept can help ensure your social media marketing success as well! If you have ever watched a cooking show on TV, you have
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Finding Time to Manage Your Social Media Presence

One of the biggest challenges to successfully using Social Media for business, is finding time to MANAGE your social media presence on a regular basis. Here are some suggestions on how to best use ‘interstitial space’, those free minutes during your day, to effectively manage your social media presence. As
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Setting Yourself Up for Social Media Marketing Success

Social media marketing is an EXCELLENT way to reach and engage with your customers, clients and patients. It can be low cost (do NOT delude yourself or believe anyone who represents that it is FREE – even if you do it yourself, your time is money!) and an easy addition
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What To Do After You Have an Article Published

Getting an article published in a reputable magazine or blog can be a great way to establish your expertise and to grow awareness of your company. Be sure to follow up, after a post goes live, by socially sharing to expand visibility and extend shelf life. Here is a brief
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The new Facebook layout now includes a sidebar with multiple sections. Since these are always visible, here are some tips on how to make the most of the new Facebook Sidebar real estate.

Making the Most of the New Facebook Sidebar

The new Facebook layout now includes a sidebar with multiple sections. Since these are always visible, here are some tips on how to make the most of the new Facebook Sidebar real estate. While the first two sidebar sections are FIXED, displaying your “People” and “About” sections, you CAN re-arrange
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How to Deal with Personal Facebook Friend Requests from Business Acquaintances

I recently received this question from a client: Q: I often receive personal Facebook Friend requests from Business Acquaintances – they ARE people I would like to do business with but I am not comfortable ‘friending’ them personally – should I accept?

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