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6 Reasons Why You Should Promote Your Posts on Facebook

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6 Reasons Why You Should Promote Your Posts on Facebook. Have you ever wondered about promoted posts on Facebook? It is a really powerful way to reach a wider audience. I have recently started promoting some of my posts on Facebook and I'm seeing some great results. Take a look at these 6 reasons why you should give it a try and see if it works for you. #1. It's Cost Effective! Promoting a post on Facebook is really affordable. Many would even consider it cheap compared to other forms of online marketing. It is especially cheap if you analyze it from a pay per view perspective. However, it's important to remember not every ...

7 Tips and Reasons to Come Back to Twitter

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Tweet, Tweet! A little bird told me 7 Tips and Reasons to Come Back to Twitter. Twitter has changed a lot since it first came to be. Those who were quick to jump on the bandwagon have since fallen off, and a community of diehard micro bloggers sit on their perch ready to rattle the cage. I had a Twitter account in the early days, but it seemed to sit dormant for a long time. If 140 characters seems like too many, then perhaps it's time to reconsider. I eventually flew the coop and deleted my unused twitter account, I'm sure my 4 followers didn't mind. It was my career that eventually called me back. I fell in love with ...

How much is too much? – Marketing on Twitter

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No matter what your brand is, you would be silly not to promote yourself & your work on Twitter. You know you're hitting the right targets when your tweets are ending up in your follower's feeds. However, you can over cook it. How much is too much? First of all, it's important to remember that Twitter is a SOCIAL network. Perhaps it would be a good idea to connect with your followers on a social level. Ask some questions, reply to some tweets, get involved! If you are strictly business 24/7 and you never engage your followers, prepare to have your tweets ignored. If you're a Twitter user who only posts links to their ...