Train Your Social Media Feed By Commenting

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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Keep Your Network Warm — Spend Time on LinkedIn

You can’t build a network, neglect it, and then expect your LinkedIn connections to help you to find a job or get new business. You have to give to get. In this tutorial, I explain a bit more and give examples of how to share and comment appropriately. Keep Your Network Warm LinkedIn is an…

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Twitter Management Tools – Here Are My 11 Tools

What tools are best for twitter management? The short answer is Twitter. Most people don’t like when I say that, though. Of course, it depends on what you want to achieve and how much money you want to waste — er — spend. Overall, the native app is the best way to manage Twitter with…

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Working from Home During Quarantine

I don’t normally invite guest bloggers, but when Jessica Larson emailed me, I was intrigued. She has a great website of her own. Go check out her article about being a mom and solopreneur. Thanks for reading. ~ Bridget This “work from home during a pandemic” thing caught most of us entirely off guard. As…

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5 Reasons to use Twitter Animated GIFs for Your Brand

Twitter Animated GIFs are a fun way to bring emotion and the power of mirror neurons in your brand’s communications. Twitter is the perfect place for GIFs. Before we talk about the five reasons, let’s talk about what GIFs are and where you get them. What are GIFs? GIF stands for Graphics Interchange Format and,…

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