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The One Reason Every Blogger Should Use Google+

September 3, 2013

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Writer Cyrus Shepard from The Moz Blog tested several variety of headshots and found that when the right one was selected, his click-through-rate (CTR) jumped a whopping 35%. He concedes that it was an unscientific test that didn’t isolate other possible variables, but he was tracking CTR results using Google Analytics. He also noticed that […]

Twitter Speaks, Markets Listen, and Fears Rise

April 29, 2013

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Could the global economy hinge on 140 characters? Stocks react to social media mishap Stocks React to Social Media Mishaps: The Times’s Amy Chozick discusses the fallout of a hacked Twitter message that dropped stock prices last week and is now raising questions in the markets. That is the question the financial industry and government regulators […]

How to Split Test Your Facebook Content

March 25, 2013

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Split testing is everywhere in the digital world – you name it and it’s being split tested right now.  However, the concept of split testing Facebook posts doesn’t seem to have taken off, and we think it’s about time it did. Like with some of my previous articles, a lot of Community Managers out there […]

8 Easy Steps On How To Fundraise Online

March 4, 2013

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If you are trying to raise money for anything, whether it be a startup business, a film, pay medical bills, or a charitable cause, then you need to understand the power of crowd funding. I’ve always loved fundraising. Many years ago, I fundraised $350,000 for kids in the foster care system to help them find […]

The Secret to Successful Facebooking!

January 22, 2013

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Over 1 billion people in the world are on Facebook, including over 175 million Americans, or 1 in 2 adults. Twitter recently surpassed 400 million accounts. LinkedIn boasts over 200 million users. Small business owners are trying to take advantage of these trends, but few are fully reaping the rewards. For many business owners, the […]

Facebook Friends Make You Jealous? Why Social Media Makes Us Bitter

January 22, 2013

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If you needed any more reason to believe that social media is doing (almost) exactly the opposite of what it set out to – making us less instead of more social and more instead of less fragmented – here’s a good one. While we, at NetLinked Solutions believe Facebook is one of the greatest tools […]

Freelancers: What’s your work worth?

January 9, 2013

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Whether you are an independent consultant or freelancer who charges by the hour, day, week, or project, you are trading time for money. A few tips on giving your work a proper price. By Katherine Reynolds Lewis FORTUNE — For many, being self-employed offers a promise of doing fulfilling work on your own terms. But […]