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Top 5 tips to Protect your Business’s Rep During the Holiday Season

Top 5 tips to Protect your Business’s Rep During the Holiday Season

Tis the Season to be Jolly Tell that to the customer who keeps receiving spam from your business’s email address. Delivering services during the Holiday season can turn into a PR nightmare for an online business that isn’t used to navigating through such hurdles. The holidays are open season for hackers to launch scams of every type. They can end up stealing your information, your financial data and even destroying the reputation that you have worked so hard to uphold. The last thing you need to find out after the Christmas decorations have gone down is to find your customer base empty and a slew of negative feedback on your social media profile pages. Here is what you can do to avoid just that – 1.     Know Phishing Scams when you see them The holiday season is one of cheer and good will. The local charities know it too. However cybercriminals also see it as a chance to swindle generous givers by sending out emails that are disguised as messages from real charitable organizations. These are known as phishing scams and its best that you keep an eye out for them 2.     Protection Sometimes prevention is better than a cure. Encourage your customers to leave positive reviews on your business pages so that their comments end up on the first few pages of Google. Focus on getting as much positive content as you can. In addition optimizing your pages for Google and other popular search engines will leave no doubt

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Best San Diego Carpet Cleaner Interview With Frank Blake

Carl Saling Director of Awesome with The Internet Titans interviews San Diego’s Best Carpet Cleaner Frake Blake from BlakeCarpetCleaning.com

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Why You should Think about Pay Per Click Marketing For Your Business

Why You should Think about Pay Per Click Marketing For Your Business

What is Pay Per Click Advertising? Pay Per Click (PPC) is a kind of sponsored online marketing that’s utilized on a wide range of websites, including the search engines, where the advertiser only pays when a internet user clicks on their ad. So you as a business would only ‘pay per click’ every time a web user clicks on your advertisement. PPC is really a extremely cost-effective means to get your website noticed by your target audience extremely quickly. How PPC functions Every search engine has its own PPC program, the most well-liked becoming on Google of course. So you merely select which program that you simply would prefer to promote with and sign up. Once your account is set up you can then design advertisements using specific text and even pictures, based on the type of ad. You may also include a list of keywords that are associated with your business. Click here to subscribe to my mailing list To illustrate, consider PPC advertising becoming like a silent auction. As an advertiser you would place bids on specific keywords or phrases that you think your target audience would type into a search engine when looking for specific goods or services like yours. When a internet user types a search query into the field of a search engine that matches your keyword list or visits your web page with content material that matches the key phrases or phrase selected by you, the PPC ad may be displayed around the search

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Discover How Google Loves Your Local Business

Discover How Google Loves Your Local Business

It may sound an odd factor to say, especially within the middle of a recession, but there really has never been a much better opportunity for companies to thrive and prosper. We’re literally in the middle of a cultural and advertising revolution where all of the conventional rules of marketing and advertising are being re-written. A couple of years ago if small and nearby businesses wanted to expand and attract a bigger client base, they would have to spend an inordinate quantity of money on advertising and advertising. The only method to attain a national or International audience could be to promote within the national press, on the radio or on television. This was (and is) beyond most local company’s means. Not numerous companies possess a advertising spending budget that would permit them to spend millions on a national or even local Tv advertisement. It was also frustrating for the consumer too. Finding companies meant looking via the Yellow Pages and after that ringing about to determine if the company could provide what they had been searching for. If they wanted to purchase a item and it wasn’t accessible in their nearby area, they would have to travel to obtain it. Or in some instances, they could order via a catalogue or mail order business. In addition, there was the uncertainty of whether or not the retailer they were buying from was reputable, especially if it was inside a town or city that they weren’t familiar with. Using the great

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Why Facebook Doesn’t Have A Problem With A Lack Of Teens

Much has been made in the tech and social media news circles regarding Facebook’s eventual demise because teenagers don’t make up a large group on the social network. Brittany Darwell, co-editor of sister site Inside Facebook, wrote that just because teenagers aren’t on Facebook now doesn’t mean that they won’t sign up in the future. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. Source: http://allfacebook.com/why-facebook-doesnt-have-a-problem-with-a-lack-of-teens_b113217

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Facebook Apps Bring The March Madness Home

Sunday, 68 teams will be selected to play in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship tournament — a time of year known as March Madness. Monday, people all over the country will be filling out brackets in office pools, picking the winners of all of those college basketball games. But with dozens of games going on, how can the casual fan keep track? There are some great Facebook-integrated applications that allow fans to get closer to the game, whether they’re following their alma maters, or just seeing if their brackets will survive the first round. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. Source: http://allfacebook.com/facebook-march-madness-apps-2013_b113037

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Early Rates For Mediabistro’s Social Media Marketing Boot Camp End Today

Extend your social media impact and collaborate with experts in our Social Media Marketing Boot Camp. Save $100 with our early bird rate. Don’t miss out — this special rate ends today. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. Source: http://allfacebook.com/early-rates-for-mediabistros-social-media-marketing-boot-camp-end-today_b113010

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Facebook Asking Users How They Like Redesigned News Feed

Not long after Facebook introduced a new look for its news feed, the site started asking users what they think about it. Facebook has been adamant about making sure that user input has led to a better news feed, and it appears that the process is not done. Richard Greenfield, a media analyst for institutional investment firm BTIG, posted on the company’s blog (registration required) that some users have been surveyed regarding their feelings about the updated news feed. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. Source: http://allfacebook.com/facebook-news-feed-survey_b113067

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Facebook Users In Ireland Love Rihanna, But Are Leaving The Site Quickly

As many people this weekend will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, which honors one of Ireland’s patron saints, we figured it would be prudent to take a look at Facebook’s influence in that country. However, Facebook appears to be rapidly declining in Ireland, according to statistics from Quintly (formerly AllFacebook Stats) and Socialbakers. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. Source: http://allfacebook.com/facebook-users-in-ireland-love-rihanna-but-are-leaving-the-site-quickly_b113091

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Facebook Names Mike Schroepfer As New CTO

Facebook has made an internal hire to fill the chief technical officer position vacant since Bret Taylor’s departure last summer — Mike Schroepfer, formerly the company’s vice president of engineering. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media. Source: http://allfacebook.com/mike-schroepfer-cto_b113079

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