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Beginner’s Guide to Google+

Now that Google+ is available to the public, there is no excuse for anyone not to be using it! Sure you may feel that you just don’t need it, but keep in mind that Google+ is not just another social…

The Marketer’s Guide to Digg

While Digg, formerly one of the top social voting sites on the Internet, lost a lot of its luster since their major update last year to version four, they still receive at least 2.5 million visitors per month in the US…

The Marketer’s Guide to Reddit

Reddit calls itself “The Front Page of the Internet”, and there’s never been a more appropriate slogan.  It’s s a fascinating mix of interesting news, cool links, social commentary and computer nerdiness all rolled into one.  Sounds like the ideal place…

4 Ways to Increase Your Traffic With StumbleUpon

StumbleUpon is one of the best traffic generators among the top seven social media sites, referring more than other social bookmarking and voting sites such as Digg and Reddit according to Statcounter. Why? Because when a user likes, or stumbles,…

How Online Marketing Drives Offline Success

Social Media is key for businesses small and large when using the Internet to drive success to their brick and mortar businesses. Considering the fact that brick and mortar retail businesses have been hit hard over the past few years, implementing…

Who Likes What: Social Media By Demographic

Do you ever wonder what social networking sites you should be focusing your marketing efforts on? This handy infographic breaks down the top social networking sites by gender, age, income, and education demographics. We also discuss the affinity score of certain keywords…

5 Things You Ought To Learn From Social Networks

Most the websites on the web aren’t social networks, but that doesn’t mean you can’t learn from them. Whether you have an ecommerce website or a lead generation website, you can learn a thing or two from social networks. Here…