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    A Blogger Guide To Share Something On Google Plus

    December 12, 2013
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    Currently I am reading a book of Famous Japanese writer Haruki Murakami. The name of the book is “What I Talk About When I Talk About Running”. The book is full of inspiration, life tips and philosophical thoughts of the author. It is not a “how to run” book, but there is a large portion in this book about Marathon Running. Murakami thinks that writing novel and marathon are similar. In long distance running runners ...

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    How to Automate Google Plus Page using BufferApp

    August 28, 2013
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    I have reviewed Bufferapp long time back, and with many useful features, Buffeapp is one of my favorite social media automation tool. If you have never heard of bufferapp, here is a quick recap for you: Bufferapp helps in automating your social media profiles on various networks like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, App.net and now Google plus. With bufferapp, you can add as many post you want to share on your social network, and it will post them ...

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    An Easy Strategy to Make Your Content Socially Sharable

    August 27, 2013
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    Sharable content is what you must strive for. It must be top class so that it can be easily shared with influential people and be link worthy. The truth is that the web is full of second-rate content which indicates that the writers are adopting the wrong approach to content writing that’s worthy of links. Creating sharable content is of course not an easy task; but it’s easily achievable. Churning out content that is shared ...

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    How to Motivate Readers to Share Articles?

    August 25, 2013
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    When we talk about SEO in 2014, one of the biggest factor for high-ranking is Social media signal. It’s certainly clear, that Google+ have the highest impact in search engine ranking and it’s a part of Google analytics and Google Webmaster tool. Though, this article is not just targeted for Google+ but to all the social bookmarking and networking site. Idea here is to encourage & motivate readers to share articles. It’s not a rocket ...

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    How to Import All Instagram Photos to Flickr

    July 25, 2013
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    A good social media presence is when you have your online foot-prints everywhere. You may or may not be very active on all the social media sites, but having a presence (profile) is always suggested. Flickr is one of the oldest and popular image sharing site, and after writing my earlier article on How to drive traffic from Flickr, I bought a pro Flickr account. Recently flickr made some big changes, and removed the pro ...

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    How to Create Google Plus Profile Follow Badge

    July 11, 2013
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    Google plus is slowly and gradually growing, and according to recent Global web index report, Google plus surpassed the Twitter in  number of active monthly users <Source>. More over, for marketers and social media people, Google plus is becoming one of those social networking website that you can’t live without. For a blogger, Google plus have great advantage in terms of search engine visibility and ranking. Here is a graph showing social networking websites in ...

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    How to Schedule Status Updates on Google Plus page

    June 19, 2013
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    Earlier we learned about how Social media sharing impacts SEO, and now we all know a strong social media presence is very important for any blog for more traffic and better search engine ranking. Of all the social networking sites, Google plus dominates search engine ranking the most. Now, for a bloggers it’s really hard to keep updating all social networking every day, as it takes lots of time, and with rising number of social networking ...

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    How To Prepare for the First Client Meeting Using Social Media

    May 28, 2013
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    First impressions make lasting impressions it is said. Your first meeting with a client can make or break your deal. Hence it is important to be well prepared for this meeting. Usually we spend so much time on preparing presentation and focusing on product/service, that we miss the most important element of the meeting: You and your client. A quick research about your client will ensure that you will be more comfortable throughout the presentation, and ...

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