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Social Media Business Branding

Learn how to use social media like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and other global communities to grow your business. Learn about a variety of forms of business networking to help you start and grow a business.
  1. Facebook for Business Marketing (7)
  2. Google+ For Business (1)
  3. Twitter Tips (18)
  4. YouTube for Business Marketing (6)

Tools To Step Up Your Social Networking Game
Tools To Step Up Your Social Networking Game

5 Must-Try Social Networks for 2012
2012 is the year you will see social networking become part of Google's algorithms -- but which social network will be most important to brand your business to boost search engine performance?

Marketing Strategies for Targeting Mobile Devices Users - iPad
Mobile Device Marketing Strategies - Ever wonder how many people own or use an iPad? How much time iPad users spend online in social networks? Understanding the who's and how's of mobile device user can help you develop better marketing strategies to reach the most customers.

Omgili - Tools and Tips For Using This Discussion-Based Search Engine
Tools and tips for using Omgili, a free, micro search engine designed to find information about what people are talking about in forums. Us it to track discussions, reviews, opinions, debates and discussions, Q&As and more.

Pinterest For Business? Yes!
Marketing Your Business With Pinterest. Pinterest can be used to market your business. This image social network allows users to pin and repin images to boards. Don't miss out on this latest social networking platform - you should be thinking of ways to use Pinterest to market your business.

What is Social Mention? SocialMention.com Tools and Tips
Social Mention is free, real-time social media search and analysis. You can explore or opt to receive social media alerts (similar to Google Alerts but for social media only.)

3 Growing Consumer Groups You Should Be Marketing To
Buying Power On The Rise Among Hispanics, Blacks, and Senior Citizens - Don't target any group without understand its values, concerns, and interests. Engage in conversations, make connections -- don't just go on raw data and stereotypes.

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