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No matter what the economy, your business can prosper with Profitable Social Media as suggested in this article

In this tough economy, many small business owners struggle to cost-effectively attract new customers. Online marketing offers hope, but many don’t have the time to navigate the ins and outs of blogging, search engine optimization and social media. The Business Blogging Telesummit features stories, tips and “how-to’s” from nine successful small business owners who have succeeded through the use of online marketing.

The second half of the telesummit features nine top marketing experts including Chris Garrett, Pamela Slim, Denise Wakeman, Marcus Sheridan and Jack Humphrey. These experts go deep into specific topics such as content marketing, online visibility, business blogging, connecting with audiences via social media, content curation, information products and guest blogging. These experts go into detail about specific strategies to follow and mistakes to avoid while they share their most valuable techniques.

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No matter what the economy, your business can prosper with Profitable Social Media as suggested in this artcle

The activity on my page shows any human that I spend time interacting with people. Makes sense that the search engines want to know that too.

While I’m there for the conversations.. cool to know I’m help you rank higher too

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Twitter on Google

Danny Sullivan from Search Engine Land recently asked Google and Bing some questions on how they use social data from Twitter and Facebook. In particular, he wanted to know how that data influenced regular web search results. As we all know being found on the first page of Google in search results can drive a lot of traffic to your blog and website and research shows that nearly 90% of all clicks on links on Google come from being on the first page of Google.

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“7 Steps in Creating and Implementing a Social Media Marketing Campaign”

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Step 1: Research & Prepare

Step 2: Engage Due Diligence

Step 3. Monitor Blogs and Provide Feedback

Step 4. Engage with Blogs
Step 5. Enable Social Media Online Consumer Relations through

 Step 6. Optimise the Social Media by

Step 7: Reporting

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New York, NY, January 11, 2011 – National nonprofit organization HomeAid has signed an agreement with diversified media company Be The Media to host a virtual benefit event to help keep families in their homes, to be held in November 2011 during National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.

Celebrities, artists, and performers from across the country are contributing exclusive video content that will be streamed on the HomeAid.net website. Since sponsors will cover the costs of the event, 100% of donations raised will go to HomeAid and other nonprofits that fight homelessness.

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HomeAid: A Virtual Event to Benefit America's Homeless

“We have helped provide housing for the homeless for over 20 years, but this is the first time we can reach a truly global audience,” said Jeffrey Slavin, CEO of HomeAid, “Because the event takes place online, anyone can watch it from anywhere in the world, and anyone can donate to the cause.”

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In this blog Nicky looks at 5 key reasons why Small Business’ should be using Social Media to get ahead of their competitors…..

One of my favorite commentators just wrote the best darn post I’ve read all week.

A must read

http://www.gapingvoid.com/Moveable_Type/archives/004377.html