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social media tips you can use now, part 2

Posted by MelanieD on  March 27, 2015

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Part 2 of an ongoing series, discussing social media tips you can put to work right now. Today’s topic is Facebook Posting/Liking/Sharing   Ahh, Facebook. You are like a fickle teenager. What you said yesterday may still hold true for today, or maybe not! Here’s a list of do’s and don’ts that should hold true for the {near} future. Follow the 80/20 rule: posts that offer perceived value to others and are NOT self-promotions will garner the
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5 reasons to blog for your business

Posted by MelanieD on  March 11, 2015

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Marketers have learned so much about consumer behavior through the various social media platforms, including whether or not to do business with a company, monitoring peer reviews, and much more. Today, more than ever, marketers are turning to these channels to create brand personality and hold dialogue with the tech-savvy consumers. Among the most valuable digital tools available to a company, the top 3 are: a blog, a website (especially mobile-optimized), an email service provider.
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social media bullying

Posted by MelanieD on  January 30, 2015

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Bully (n.) a blustering, quarrelsome, overbearing person who habitually badgers and intimidates  smaller or weaker people. Nobody is a stranger to the term. Bullying is rampant in our society, and has become more so with the technology we have today. It seems to be easier than ever for bullying to take place with texting and the lightening-fast social media tools of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, You Tube, and so on. So many of our youth are armed with their cell phones, and they seem to be connected to their
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Posted by MelanieD on  January 23, 2015

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Shop Local. Shop Small. Shop Rolesville NC Our History In October 2014, local business owner Melanie Diehl, Your Social Media Gal, decided to work with business owners in the Rolesville NC area to promote them on Small Business Saturday. Diehl applied for and was approved as a Neighborhood Champion through the American Express Small Business Saturday website. Being a neighborhood champion gave her the tools and marketing materials necessary to provide to the local business