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6 Tips to Tune-up Your New Facebook Timeline Page

On March 30th, Facebook launched their new Timeline. It has not been received all that warmly. The non-linear setup can look like a jumble at first, but there are some real advantages to the new design. Set aside an hour, … Continue reading

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Press Release: Free Social Media workshops announced UPDATED

Social Media is the new word of mouth. Find out how to better use this technology to better market yourself, network with colleagues, customers and other businesses. Get noticed, learn more about what’s happening around you, and get results with … Continue reading

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Run! It’s the media!

Building a relationship with local media is an important part of marketing your small business. The other day, I chuckled as a burly farmer told me how he ran from a reporter that showed up at his place. What’s really … Continue reading

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Repetition is everything: branding social media

In the previous post, we discussed consistency and creating repetition that can help to make your small business brand more memorable, by simply making sure email extensions are consistent with your website name. Thus, your biz name is repeated with … Continue reading

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Repetition is everything: branding email

In radio, they say repetition is everything. The more a name’s repeated, the more likely it will be remembered. Here’s a quick way to make your small business more memorable:   You’ve got a website? Good: yourcompany.com, right? Your email should … Continue reading

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