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Category: Social Media

How to Convert Leads Fast with Hybrid Blogging

By Virteom
August 12, 2019 Category: Marketing, Social Media, Content

Virteom has the know-how and the tools to help your company's digital marketing working for you!

Dan Bishop of Bishop Construction Shares His Sonic Marketing Boost Success Story

By Virteom
April 18, 2019 Category: Social Media, Testimonials

Dan Bishop of Bishop Construction is here to tell everyone how beneficial Virteom's Sonic Marketing Boost was for his business!

How to Build Your Online Presence and Get Ahead of The Competition

By Virteom
August 10, 2017 Category: Tips, Social Media

A web presence is no longer optional if you want to succeed. But is only a website enough? It's your first impression, but what else do you need to get ahead of the competition...

Should What You Share Differ on Social Media Sites?

By Admin
May 09, 2017 Category: Social Media

Posting on social media sites is good for business and promoting your brand. But is all news good news across social media sites? Which sites are good for which type of news? Lets break it down here. LinkedIn LinkedIn is primarily a business site. Its expertise is linking people through business related news and information. LinkedIn differs from Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus in that it links professionals with professionals, so discussions and posts should usually be less personal, less controversial and no selling. You can post about accolades, awards, and promotions as this helps your brand. Any charitable work or service you provide the community can be posted as well. The postings should be more about your business acumen than your personal life. Keep it less personal. LinkedIn is more for business associates; therefore, the postings should be more formal. Twitter Twitter is a great tool for your business because you have the ability to quickly connect with people all around

Six Benefits of Social Media Your Small Business Should Take Advantage Of

By Admin
April 04, 2017 Category: Social Media

More than three-fourths of American internet users access social media like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Many of them used social media to learn more about brands, and all brands, big and small, have the opportunity to share their product or service with social media users. Years ago, businesses were skeptical of using social media for marketing, but now you will find that it is a significant part of their marketing efforts. There are plenty of ways that your small business can benefit from social media marketing. Here are eight benefits of social media that you can take advantage of: 1) Reduces your media costs Providing engaging content on social media can help you to reach and expand your followers. Social media is free and if you choose to use social advertising - the cost is much less than traditional mediums. 2) Increase leads with organic traffic When you claim your social media pages, it positively affects your rank in search engine results. This helps your potential

Why you should be using Twitter Polls

By Admin
January 31, 2017 Category: Social Media, Marketing

Your business should be using twitter polls for valuable market research, brand exposure, real time feedback and to connect to current topics.

Own Your Own Content

By Dan Carbone
September 24, 2012 Category: Content, Marketing, Social Media, Tips

In case you were not aware the next big buzz phrase is Original Content. In fact some have come forward and claimed this to be a bigger moment than SEO. So what does it all really mean to you? Lets take a closer look at what is meant by owning your own content. Most of this movement stems from Google. Google is basically dinging websites if it finds duplicate content on the web. So if you are just borrowing someone elses content and placing it on your website you may not be doing yourself any favors. Try and place your content within a domain that YOU own and with hyperlinks that YOU control. Are you the Owner? Why did I underline and stress YOU? There is this trend or should I say movement where persons and organizations are utilizing third party blogging services to store their original content. In some cases persons or organizations are spending hundreds and even thousands a month to store this newly created content on the web. The issue with this model is the content owner

Category: Launches