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Google Tools for Business, Blog Series - Part 2

Website analytics used to be a very costly and confusing addition to a website. Not anymore. With Google Analytics, you can see how many people are visiting your website, where they are located, and even what search terms they used to find you.

Using Social Media Contests Internally to Build Brand Awareness

I rarely care much about promoted tweets, but the latest I received via one of our social media accounts from @DaveKerpen moved me to write this short blog. Dave is CEO of Likeable.com. In an effort to grow Likeable, he devised the following experiment with his staff:

Want free publicity for your small business? Help a Reporter Out!

A few months ago, I joined an online service called Help a Reporter Out (HARO). Help a Reporter Out was created to link reporters across the US with experts in a wide variety of fields.

The Importance of Business Disaster Planning

The recent tornado that struck Mapleton, Iowa should serve as a somber reminder to us all the importance of business disaster planning.

Twitter 101: The Basics

Twitter can be a very exciting and profitable business tool, when used properly. I would first nail down the basics of Twitter through the website (http://twitter.com), then look at incorporating 3rd party applications to make life easier. This post will cover all the basics to get you started!

              
             

 

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