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    11 Pinterest Tools To Make Your Pinterest Account Shine

    July 22, 2014
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    Pinterest is definitely on a roll! No other social media outlet has gained the traction as compared to Pinterest. The company has quickly out-grown from its ‘another social media’-site to a global leader, and it has achieved it with some aplomb! The company is now at a staggering $5 Billion valuation, which makes it the fourth most valued social network in the USA, behind Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. A recent study by Pinterest analytics lab – ...

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    Essential Subscription Options for Your Blog

    June 27, 2014
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    If you are into Blogging, I’m sure you must be aware of advantage of having a Blog subscription box and some time it’s hard to select from hundred of subscription options available. One of the biggest mistake which most of blogger do is, giving ample amount of options and that confuses your readers to out for even one. Today, I will be talking about some of the must have subscription options that your blog should ...

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    How 11 Popular Companies Have Applied Growth Hacking Techniques

    May 10, 2014
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    So, here we come to the end of this series of Growth Hacking articles at ShoutMeLoud. A lot has already been discussed about what exactly Growth hacking is and the tools for making the most of this technique. If you have somehow managed to miss through these articles, I have listed down growth hacking resource which every blogger and entrepreneur should read: What is Growth Hacking and why you need to know about it 5 ...

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    Not Blessed by Google, Still getting 150k Monthly Visitors on my Blog.

    April 16, 2014
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    Around 8 years ago, I was doing some research for my monthly college assignment, sitting in an Internet cafe working on an old computer with an awful Internet speed, wondering who on earth is so dumb to put all that information on the Internet for free. I mean if it takes me hours to note them down, it might have taken them days to put that up. Anyways, fast forward to 2012 when I became ...

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    Top 5 Social Media Sites For Online Marketers & Bloggers

    January 16, 2014
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    When you are a small business, online marketer or a blogger who is working online, it’s a requisite to be online to market yourself and your product. If you are not visible on social-media sites, that means you are not doing the online marketing the way it should be done. Like Television and print-media in older time, it’s the social media sites which are your best bet to get the idea spread about your work ...

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    How To Take Screenshot of A Complete WebPage

    October 7, 2013
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    Images helps bloggers to convey the message in more visual way, and at the same time it adds more beautification in your blog post. I use Snag it software to capture all screenshot and later use Imageoptim on my Mac, to optimize the image for lower size. This is what I usually use on my local machine to take screenshots at any time. This is great for taking screenshot of selected region, but how about ...

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    Viral Content Buzz : Free Platform for Blog Post Promotion

    September 11, 2013
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    When ever you write a great blog post, your next target is to get people to read it. Nothing works better than Social media to create a quick buzz, and reach out to tons of people. In typical environment, most of the bloggers I know share blog post on their social networking accounts and pages, and it’s the right way to do it. But, it works great when you get more people to share your ...

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    3 Social Media Marketing Skills That Will Never Go Out Of Style

    March 31, 2013
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    When it comes to social media marketing, a challenge faced by all businesses is that social sites come and go. MySpace, once a social media Godzilla, is today nothing more than a site for social entertainment bought a couple of years ago for only $35 million by Justin Timberlake and Specific Media LLC. Google launched Google+ in June 2011 in yet another endeavor to take down the social media giant, Facebook. No such thing happened ...

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