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Twitter Round 2: Top 5 Twitter Faux Pas

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Breanne Sagen 0 2928 Article rating: No rating

Way back when, I was a twitter newbie.  By way back when, I mean about 4 months ago.  At the time I was just getting used to the wonderful world of Twitter.  These days, I’m feeling pretty comfortable maneuvering my way around the tweets and hashtags.  But, in true Sprocket Solutions style.  I’ve got a few twitter faux pas that it’s best to stay (run) away from.

Consider Considering These 5 Things

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Breanne Sagen 0 2858 Article rating: No rating

I feel like there are a lot of people these days that jump into things a little quickly –especially when it comes to anything that has to do with the internet.  I would give you the “back in my day” speech; but, I’m only 23 so that would be both ridiculous and irrelevant.  When it comes to your business; however, you should take a bit of time to make sure all your ducks are in a row.  I’m all for taking risks and trying new things.  Just make sure you’re prepared is all I’m saying.

Here are 5 things you must consider before making – or remaking your website. 

These are some important points folks, read up.

Going the Extra Mile in Amarillo

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Kate Gingold 0 3579 Article rating: No rating

During the drive from Chicago to Los Angeles and back again, our little car needed an oil change. The shop we stopped at excelled at providing an unforgettable sales experience. If you haven’t checked the dipstick in your customer service lately, read on to hear how these boys wowed us.

4 Things You MUST Keep Updated on Your Site

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Breanne Sagen 2 3383 Article rating: No rating

My extensive experience and qualifications [insert lol] have taught me that there are a few things that are, without a doubt, website killers. I’ve ranted randomly here and there about updating your content.  Today, I’m not just slipping it slyly in.  I’m getting out my rusty trusty step stool (I’m only 5’1) to get on eye level with you and I’m making sure that you really understand what I’m saying.  If you do nothing else, keep these 4 things updated on your site.  Not one or two of them; all 4 if it’s all the same to you.

Can't Buy Google's Love

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Breanne Sagen 0 2796 Article rating: No rating

So you wanna be at the top of the search engines you say?  How much is it going to cost you, you ask?  Nothing. Nada. Zip.  Google’s love is not for sale folks.  You’re going to have to wine and dine her; you’re going to have to work for it a bit.  So, if you can’t buy a higher ranking, how does it work then?  And what, exactly, do you have to do to make it to the top?

More Social Media Manners

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Kate Gingold 0 2535 Article rating: 5.0

Because last time folks were so amused, let’s look at a few more etiquette rules Emily Post wrote in 1922 that still work with today’s social media. Her tips on how to move well in society are quite relevant for successful navigation of today’s social media marketing.

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