Posts Tagged ‘Social Media’

Google PageRank: What is it? Is it Important for SEO?

Question #1: What is Google PageRank? Google PageRank (PR) is a number that represents the importance of an individual web page in the eyes of Google. So, when lots of web pages link to a specific web page, it shows Google that the page is popular. That means good stuff to Google because their ultimate goal…

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10 Things I Learned at Twitter Boot Camp

On Monday I had the pleasure of being able to spend the entire day at Tim O’Reilly’s Twitter Boot Camp at the New World Stages in Manhattan. There were wonderful speakers and wonderful advice on the use of Twitter for your brand. Here are a few pearls of wisdom I took away about this exciting new communication…

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Managing your Social Media Time: Six Hours per Week

Lately I have been speaking to groups of entrepreneurs about Social Media. Once I finish explaining the benefits of using LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Blogging, I take questions. In every case, my audiences’ biggest concern is that Social Media will become a huge “time drain” for them. And, I can totally understand their worry. However,…

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Getting Back to Basics: Blogging, Tweeting, etc.

If you Blog, if you use Twitter, if you use Facebook and LinkedIn, you know how easy it is to lose your direction in the maze of information coming in. And, what to say, how to add to the conversation, what’s the best way to be a part of it? If you are anything like…

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Instant Social Media Packages Now Available!

Be Visible Associates is proud to announce the introduction of our newest service: The Instant Social Media Package Get your business on: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Your Own Blog and have it all work together for you! Training included. Call us today!

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Twart Tweeting!

  If you are a business person and you use the Web, you are probably 1. using Twitter 2. wondering about Twitter 3. trying to ignore Twitter 4. scared of Twitter This week I’ve had the privilege of talking to groups of business people about Twitter and its value to their businesses. Everyone seemed to fit into categories 2…

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