6 Ways a Formatted Google+ Post Will Increase Engagement and Interest

April 21, 2018 5 Comments

6 Ways a Formatted Google+ Post Will Increase Engagement and Interest Your formatted Google+ posts help! Mike Allton, Social Media Manager at TheSocialMediaHat, provides these great tips to increase interest and engagement on a platform that even a lot of experienced social media mavens find less than intuitive. 1. Title Your Post – Place asterisks at […]

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Employer Access to Employee Passwords

April 21, 2018 No Comments

Employer Access to Employee Passwords Employee Passwords have become a new battleground. Because this issue has begun to crop up, and it will only continue to do so. So does your employer have a right to your social media passwords? So before you reflexively say no, the truth is, unless the is expressly forbids it, […]

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When NOT to Post on Social Media Platforms

April 21, 2018 No Comments

When NOT to Post on Social Media Platforms When NOT to Post on Social Media Platforms? Timing, as you might expect, is everything when it comes to posting on social media platforms. After all, if you, say, tweet when your audience is sleeping, they won’t see your tweet. It’ll be lost in the mountain of […]

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Book Review: Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk

April 21, 2018 No Comments

Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook is a bit too cleverly named, but the premise is an interesting one. Essentially, what Gary Vaynerchuk is saying is, little bits of content and engagement which reach your potential customers are the setup for the big finish (which is not really […]

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Are You Promoting Your Writing With Social Media?

April 21, 2018 No Comments

Promoting Writing With Social Media Promoting Writing is important! So let’s say you’re an amateur writer. You know you should be promoting writing with social media. But how do you get started? Not to worry; I’ve got you covered, whether you’re looking to sell your work or just get your unsellable fanfiction noticed. My Background […]

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Supporting Indie Authors

April 21, 2018 10 Comments

Supporting Indie Authors Supporting Indie Authors – do you do it? I am published, and one issue that comes up, time and again, concerns how people can go about supporting indie authors. In particular, friends and family far removed from the business of writing or social media or public relations or marketing or the like still […]

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Podcasting for Fun and Possibly Some Profit

April 21, 2018 1 Comment

Podcasting Podcasting can get you to a wider audience. It’s a different medium from what you might be used to. And it offers practice and the opportunity to polish some skills that you, the writer, might not have realized you needed, such as thinking on your feet and being an interview subject. Getting Started What […]

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Google+ Tips to Quickly Boost Results

April 21, 2018 No Comments

Google+ Tips to Quickly Boost Results Tips to Quickly Boost Results. Rebekah Radice of Canva offers some great ideas for how to improve your engagement on Google+, a social platform that even a lot of experienced social media managers can find rather confusing and daunting, and hard to break into. Images It should come as […]

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Quinnipiac Assignment #10 ICM524 – Google’s Monopoly

April 21, 2018 2 Comments

This week in class, we prepared HTML code with semantic categories and we also wrote about Google’s monopoly. My essay is reproduced below, in its entirety. Google’s Monopoly Introduction – Ma Bell and Her Demise We in the United States have been down the monopoly road before. I well recall the telephone company being a […]

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