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How to Properly Give Credit for Social Media Photos

Social media posts with images are significantly better. They get noticed and there is a larger engagement rate on these posts. There are many sources online to find these images. Learn how to give proper credit.

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Increase Your Brand By Writing Guest Blog Posts

A guest blog post is the act of writing a blog post that is published on someone else’s blog. There are many benefits to writing a guest post! But how can you actually get your content on to someone’s blog? Read on!

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Do You Know What Your Audience Really Wants?

You want to know what your audience really wants, what really moves them. You want the truth. Of course you do. You also know people lie. They lie a lot. How can you get people to tell you the truth about your business?

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Oohing and Aahing Your Audience

I have a fun solution that might get the old character/audience development juices flowing and help you begin the persona development process: Give your (perceived) audience a personality test (or two).

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How to Achieve an Epiphany

Sometimes, when we are trying to be creative and are “stuck” we pray for a miracle and hope for an epiphany. But there are a few things that you can do to stimulate your brain and get your creative juices flowing.

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Knowing Customer Wants and Needs: How They Define Your Story

How well do you know what your customers want and need? Okay, then. Let's step this up a bit. How well do you think you know what your brand wants and needs?

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Learning From Negative Feedback

It can be hard to read negative feedback about your brand online. It never feels good to receive negative comments or feedback about your brand. But each comment will make you stronger and help you build a strong brand.

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Facebook Updates Its Terms for Promotions

Recently, Facebook has quietly updated their Terms of Use for Pages, allowing contests and promotions to now use Facebook itself as a direct means of contestant entry. What does this mean for us, really, though?

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