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Social Network Quality vs. Quantity: What's More Important.

Jason Yormark

jasonyormark.com Home About Me My Videos My Resume Contact Me Browse > Home / Social Media / Social Network Quality vs. Quantity: What’s More Important? Subcribe via RSS Social Network Quality vs. Quantity: What’s More Important? August 9th, 2009 Posted in Social Media Tweet Share When I peruse the different Twitter followers and followees I often get Twitter envy when I stumble across some users with a large follower base.

How to Run Successful Campaigns on Google+

Convince & Convert

Google+ campaigns are a great way of building trust and relationships with the people who may well become your brand advocates. Here are some key considerations: Google+ is a global, open network; as such people value openness, transparency and disclosure.

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Make Your LinkedIn Profile Work for You | chrisbrogan.com

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Covering social media business strategy and personal power. LinkedIn is a professional network built around one’s employment capabilities. Though one should write with robots in mind, this is still a human network, so write as if you want someone to actually read your profile. Here’s the first paragraph of my summary: I show businesses how to use social media technologies for external community building and outreach, and for internal collaboration.

Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2008: Social Media, SEO, and More " techipedia | tamar weinberg

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

There’s no order to the posts; I’ve used my bookmarks and a variety of social sites and peer recommendations to create this list. New for 2008: If your article is highlighted in this comprehensive post, we have badges for you! What is the ROI for Social Media?

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Best Internet Marketing Posts of 2011

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Consider focusing your link building tactics internally — that is, on your site. Think instead about social media traffic, good content, a cleanly coded website, slow progressive growth, and your site’s authority. Link Building. Social Media. Social Networks.