Looking for a social media policy?

If your organization is looking for a social media policy, take a look at “The Common Sense Social Media Policy”… [source – Sociallogical.com]. It’s a few years old, but still very relevant. #1, #2 and #10 are points we talk about all the time (we call it ‘being a good friend’). When someone invites you …

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Why is no one reading your email?

Your email send-outs are ending up in SPAM folders because… you send too many at once you use too many exclamation points!!!! you use ALL CAPS you’re not on their “contacts” list you have sloppy code and large images Here’s a link to the complete article from Comm100. This is not an endorsement of Comm100, but this article …

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The Best Time to Tweet, Post & Pin?

The best time to post something on Facebook is Wednesday at 3pm, the worst time is before 8am on the weekend. Oh, and never Tweet after 8pm. Click this info graphic to see more (Originally I saw this on Entrepreneur.com)… Courtesy of: SurePayroll Original source

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Why customers leave without buying

  Here’s an infographic that I’ve seen on a few sites (including Shopify and ECWID), that I think clearly illustrates the importance of not just a stable and secure online store, but also a clear and upfront explanation of costs. A lot of your customers are making it all the way to “shipping” and deciding …

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Is your website mobile friendly?

When was the last time you looked at your website… on your phone? Was it hard to read? Was it difficult to navigate? Studiopress has a responsiveness test page that will load your website in four mobile sizes, so you can see just how mobile friendly your website is. The page displays your website in… …

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How to write the perfect Tweet

A study done by researchers at Cornell University, backed by the National Science Foundation and Google, found that style may trump substance when it comes to Twitter popularity. … Researchers at Cornell gathered their findings and created a tool that uses an algorithm to automatically learn what kind of wording works better for Tweets. Click …

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