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Note: This post is over 7,000 words and will take about 25 minutes to read. You can purchase it on Amazon in Kindle or Paperback if that is more convenient. Twitter marketing is too valuable to ignore for any type of business. Yet so many businesses undervalue Twitter in their overall marketing strategy. It’s super…

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Twitter’s suggested feed might not be what you want to see. So, how can you change it? You can do this in three ways. This topic comes from a question from Quora. “How can I manage my Twitter account’s suggestion feed?“ Change Twitter’s Default View to Circumvent Twitter’s Suggestion Feed It is a bit annoying that…

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Can you really get customers on Twitter? Yes. You can. I do. Most of the time. Yes, if your business is B2B you need Twitter. Firstly, you can’t analyze data that you don’t measure. Tracking your lead source only happens if you ask your customers how they heard about you. My friend John Locke talks…

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One of the best parts of remote work — even as a self-employed person — is the freedom to work anywhere. In this case, it meant moving out of state. “I’ve been thinking ’bout catching a train Leave my phone machine by the radar range Hello it’s me, I’m not at home If you’d like…

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If Facebook isn’t showing you content you want to see, then find content you want to see and comment on the post. The more you do this the happier you’ll be with your home feed. Commenting (not just liking) retrains the algorithms for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and even Instagram. It’s to their benefit to show…

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