4 steps to creating easy-to-remember passwords

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Learn how to create easy-to-remember passwords that are virtually hackerproof in four easy steps in this fourth blog posting by KarenEman. Includes tips and examples with easy-to-follow instructions. . . . → Click to continue: 4 steps to creating easy-to-remember passwords

Marketing Tip # 27 | How to Get More Facebook Likes

More Facebook Likes

Use these 10 easy ways to get more Facebook Likes on your organization’s business page. THE GOAL: To increase awareness of your organization’s presence on Facebook Here’s how . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip # 27 | How to Get More Facebook Likes

Quick Guide to Twitter Terms for Newbies

Tweet Terms for Newbies

Some say learning to use Twitter is like learning a foreign language because the “Twitterverse” uses unique terms and symbols. Use our Quick Guide to Twitter Terms to introduce yourself to some of the words and symbols used. Even if you don’t have a Twitter account, you can visit the Twitter search page and learn what others are saying on Twitter about the topic. This is also a great way to read what people are saying, in real-time, about a particular industry, product, or news event. . . . → Click to continue: Quick Guide to Twitter Terms for Newbies

Marketing Tip #25 | LinkedIn: The Power of Connections

The Power of Connections

We have yet to find an organization that can’t benefit from using LinkedIn. According to a recent whitepaper, the majority of companies who are on LinkedIn have acquired at least one customer from LinkedIn. Making connections is a critical step. With only 16 connections, LinkedIn says you are just two degrees away from more than 1000 professionals. With 220 connections, your friends-of-friends sphere of influence jumps to nearly 90,000! Here’s how to decide whom to connect to on LinkedIn to grow your sphere of influence. . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip #25 | LinkedIn: The Power of Connections

Marketing Tip #24 | The Generation Gap Influence: Finding Your Target Market on Social Media

Generation Gap

You’ve hear it all the time. “You NEED to have a Facebook business page.” “You NEED to get on Twitter.” “You NEED to be on Pinterest.” But do you really? Find out which organizations should NOT be using Twitter and which SHOULD be on Pinterest based on user demographics. We share three easy tips to help you determine the best… . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip #24 | The Generation Gap Influence: Finding Your Target Market on Social Media

Do Your Facebook Friends Know Too Much?

Have you checked your personal Facebook "About Page" recently? Facebook has added your Facebook email address -- and displayed it for all to see!

Do you know what you are really sharing on Facebook?

Facebook seems to hold a special place is all of its users’ hearts. And I’m willing to bet most people have a love hate relationship with the social media site. We love the ability to stay connected with friends near and far. We loathe reading all of those whiny Facebook statuses and the hourly updates about where your friend is going or what they are doing. And many of the . . . → Click to continue: Do Your Facebook Friends Know Too Much?

Facebook and Identity Theft

Identity theft can be caused by over sharing online. Learn how sharing on Facebook (almost) ruined my life. What can you do to protect yourself on the Internet? What qualifies as really personal stuff? This is what I learned… . . . → Click to continue: Facebook and Identity Theft

Marketing Tip #21 | 3 Keys to Inbound Marketing

Inbound Marketing

First, an explanation. Inbound marketing is when your customers come to you! Sounds easy? Well, it is. Here are 3 keys to inbound marketing: . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip #21 | 3 Keys to Inbound Marketing

The Online Mom Influence

Online Marketing to Moms

Do you know what Moms do online? They engage — actively — with other moms and organizations thatare active on social media networks, especially Facebook. If moms are in your target market or if moms are influencers of your target market, take note. According to a recent Infographic… . . . → Click to continue: The Online Mom Influence

Online All The Time

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Ever want to get inside the head of Generation X or Generation Y to understand how they think and why they react? This guest blog is the first in a series from a 22-year-old college student. Hear it straight from Sydney Anne — and learn how you can market your products and services to this all important generation that is “Online All The Time.”

I’m a 22 year old college “super senior.” It’s a running joke with my friends, every . . . → Click to continue: Online All The Time

Marketing Tip #20 | LinkedIn: A 4-Step Strategy

LinkedIn Strategy

Last month, professionals were joining LinkedIn at a rate of two new members per second. To be effective on LinkedIn, you need to stand out from the crowd. But how? Here are four simple strategies: 1. Optimize… . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip #20 | LinkedIn: A 4-Step Strategy

Marketing Tip #15 | 25 Easy Marketing Tools

25 easy marketing tools

Marketing isn’t hard. It doesn’t even have to cost a lot of money. But marketing does take some thought and time – and a strategy. Here are 25 easy marketing tools to consider for your small business. All can serve to promote your company, products, and services when incorporated into your overall marketing strategy. . . . → Click to continue: Marketing Tip #15 | 25 Easy Marketing Tools

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