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People publish blogs because they have something to share that they want people to read. After all, that is the whole point of blogging, to share content that provides some value to the readers, whether the value is informational or recreational. If you want to write a blog that will attract readers, you have to approach it the right way. This article will talk about some suggestions that you can consider in boosting the readership of your blog.

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Nowadays, the best way to share information is through social media platforms. Sites like Facebook and Twitter are being used by individuals to share things of interest with their friends and family. Businesses are using social media to gain a better connection with their clients. As a blogger, you should establish a presence in the popular platforms and include a link to your blog. For example, create a front page for your Facebook account. Provide an introduction to your readers and give them some background about yourself. Introduce them to your blog and invite them to read. Solicit feedback and comments. If your readers like what you wrote, they will share it with their social network. Imagine how quickly your readership will grow if just ten people share your link with ten of their friends, and their friends share it with ten other people, etc. This is how something can go viral if the content hits the right audience at the right time.

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It will be beneficial for you to seek out other blogs that are written on your same subject of interest. Contact these bloggers and see if they are interested in setting up a reciprocal linking relationship. You and your fellow blogger can mutually benefit from this arrangement because it can help in your search engine ranking, and you can have a connection to a wider audience.
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Stick with topics on which you have expertise. These topics should be helpful to your readers in some ways. Your content should be informational, and it should leave them with wanting more. What you write should be relevant to your readers’ needs. Think about what you would look for if you were searching for information in your subject area.

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Make your content interesting to read. If you just use blocks of text, the display can be quite boring and uninteresting. Spice it up with a few images that are relevant to what your talking about. Find visuals that emphasize on your points. Well-positioned graphics can do wonders in improving content. Just avoid overdoing the images. Just stick with a few good ones.

High Interest

Always make sure that the information you are providing is accurate. Verify your facts before you post them. If someone finds errors in your writing, it decreases your credibility.

Link Relationship

Post fresh content regularly so that people can look forward to new information. This keeps them coming back and it will drive more traffic to your blog.

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If you want to have a successful blog, follow the tips in this article. Before long, your reader base will grow bigger and bigger.

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    • Niska
    • December 6, 2013
    Reply

    How Much Should I Charge For A Design Consultation? I am starting to build up my personal cliental and many of them are asking for design and branding consultation. I want to know what all of you out there think about it. I have never done consultations- rather executing full jobs, however I feel that it would be nice to add to my list of things to do.

    For consulting, I would do all of the following:

    Brand Strategy- from deciding logos and color palettes, as well as graphic elements and Packaging.
    Social Media Management. – Not necessarily PR, but showing my clients the most efficient way to use Social Media.
    Web Consulting- from Deciding what Web platforms are best for you.
    Plus advice here and there.
    Also how much should I charge per hour?

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      This is a great question. I remember asking myself the same thing and searching everywhere for a “guide” on what I should charge for my services. I hope that you do not make the same mistakes that I made in the beginning. I found out the hard way that you always charge more than you expect people to pay. It’s going to be tough, but when someone says they are not willing to pay you the amount you want, you don’t want to work with them anyway.

      I have worked with both people that respected my trade and paid a fair rate and people that thought things should be beyond cheap. At times, I tracked my hours and found that I was making $5 a hour. Yes… that is not a lie. This guy thought that a 5 page website, with design and development, should cost $150. I was too much of a moron to say no. Once I stopped caring and told people no, I was able to get clients that paid $35 a hour and did not try to bargain with me. Those people referred me to others, and before I knew it I was making more with one client than I was the entire time with the cheap guy.

      Long story short. It’s your skill, if you want to devalue what you do, then by all means charge $10 a hour. If you want people to respect your trade then price it for what it’s worth, and I think that is over $100 a hour. What you described is someone that will bring a tremendous amount of value to a company. Just a few other things I suggest. Never charge flat rates, and always bill for phone calls and emails.

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    • Luck Of Fire
    • January 4, 2014
    Reply

    How Do I Deal With Office Politics In Speech And Drama Class? There are too much alleged favoritism in the group and I am put at a huge disadvantage because I am ugly and poor while the other girls comes from rich families and are “pretty”. I do see this very well because during class events, the photographer NEVER took any of my photos and choose to focus on a few pretty girls only. To make things worse, the photographer is my teacher-in-charge, I do not want to complain to him because he’s going to decide on the report he will be writing about me so I am screwed…okay.

    During the appointment of the group executive members, people who are younger than me are picked, maybe I shouldn’t complaint about this but I think I should be given a CHANCE, because everyone else in my age group are PICKED leaving me this pathetic senior with no power, no position, nothing at ALL.

    Almost all the boys in the group claims that I am ugly and they hate me for that, so I feel really upset over it. To make things worse my school do not allow people to put make-up on or color their hair, or even to wear colored contact lenses so I have nothing to help me change the game.

    Some of the executive members blocked me on social media platforms, don’t allow me to sit close to them and I really feel estranged from the group. I hate them very much and as much as I try to, they seems to display no interest in making friends with me. I also once overheard them with some of the executive members gossiping about me and my background and all the mistakes I’ve made, I am still so f–king angry over this today.

    I am also given very minor roles in plays despite my commitment, I come in early, I leave the group late, I attend all group meetings even though some of those post-executive doesn’t give a sh-t about the meeting. I ask for bigger roles but they told me that I have no “talent”, I end up being the one turning off and on the lights. I felt extremely demoralise and skipped those meetings, I ended up getting scolded and threaten to scrape this event from my year-end report. [the others who skipped weren’t threaten and they enjoyed the benefits]

    what should I do??

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      Guess what. this happens all the time. it is called discrimination.
      you need to change classes and talk with someone about this situation (perhaps an assistant principal)

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    • Anonymous
    • January 16, 2014
    Reply

    How Does Social Media Marketing Work? I am hearing loads about marketing via twitter and facebook… because that’s where real people hang out! So do you have any tips or guidelines on Social Media Marketing?

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      7 Ways to Make Your Social Media Marketing More Effective

      Since integrating social media into your marketing mix helps expand your reach, increase sales, and build your fan base, it’s important to maximize your social media marketing’s efficiency. Here are seven tactics to help achieve this:

      Include a call to action. Once you have your prospect’s attention, what do you want them to do next? While every marketer will say buy, consider where you are in building your relationship and where the potential customer is in terms of her purchase process. Traditionally, direct marketers focus on purchase-related calls to action; with social media, calls to action can comprise a broader array of options such as likes, social sharing, comments, reviews, and RSS feeds. To improve tracking, especially for price deals, include a promotional code that’s associated with the original media source. Even though today’s consumers are more likely to share offers with broader audiences, you can still determine which source initiated the sale.
      Provide at least one response channel for participants. This channel should encourage participants to take an action that leads toward greater engagement with your firm. Think broadly in terms of likes, follows, check-ins, and RSS feeds. Also provide an alternative where they can reach a form of customer service such as old-fashioned phone calls, e-mail, and chat. (Here are more options for customer service via social media.) It’s critical to make sure that you’re staffed to respond to these inquiries, since they come from interested prospects.
      Include post-interaction marketing. Because the purchase process may take time, it’s important to stay top of mind with prospects. This is especially true in the current environment where the purchase process takes longer and is more social. You need to have on-going communications and interactions to convert prospects into customers. Ideally, this should continue beyond the actual purchase.
      Audience. Are you reaching your target audience in terms of prospects, customers, influencers, and the general public? In terms of earned media, how has your reach been extended through the use of social media marketing?
      Interactions. Track these in terms of views, shares across social networks, likes, and comments. Have they increased with the use of the calls to action and promotional codes?
      Brand perception. How has sentiment towards your brand changed as a result of your social media marketing? How does this relate to intent to purchase? If it isn’t positive, what can you do to improve it?
      Expenses. Calculate expenses in terms of marketing executions, creative, technology, and head count. Remember, social media costs more than you think, so include the hidden cost factors as well.
      Sales. Track sales related to specific calls to action and promotional codes as well as social media’s contribution to brand favorability, prospect acquisition, and post-sale retention.
      While it’s important to be where your target audience is, social media platforms can be a double-edged sword. You and your fans can promote your offering while new options are introduced that may sway consumers towards other options. Therefore, you must incorporate social media marketing into your overall marketing plan, include ways to make it more effective, and track results.

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    • Sachendra Y
    • February 8, 2014
    Reply

    What Is A Social Media Platform?

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      It’s a web-based platform like MySpace, YouTube etc. where you can either interact with other people (like in a forum) and/or share messages, videos, pictures and other multimedia freely. It’s basically a platform that promotes exchange of social media with friends across countries, continents or even someone across the street.

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    • ME
    • February 20, 2014
    Reply

    Why Is Facebook So Successful, And Why Haven’t Other Social Media Platforms Matched Its Success?

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      • Admin
      • February 20, 2014
      Reply

      Besides the answers you’ve already received I’d add that FB started with some great concepts then started to grow. Other social media sites have sprung up in the meantime (I’ve been asked to join 2 just this week). FB is too far ahead of them to ever be matched.

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    • QueryJ
    • March 12, 2014
    Reply

    Do You See Advantages Of Social Media For Yourself In Your Career, Business, Educ.,? Do you know how to use Social Media to further your own interests? Do you think Social Media should be a distinct and separate category on its own?

    Categories where Social Media Questions are asked:

    Safety, Consumer Electronics, Family, Society-Other, Cellphones, Law and Ethics, Advertising, Education, Society & Culture, Careers & Employment, Economics, Investing, Search Engine Optimization, Facebook, Social Science, Technology

    Sample of Questions asked about Social Media:

    Why do people text? Is texting safe with hands free device when driving?
    How would you show your knowledge of social media in a job interview?
    Any business name ideas for a social media marketing company?
    What are the different forms of social media that exist today?
    How useful are social media platforms for marketing?
    How does social media help in measuring the return of investment of a company?
    How does social media marketing work?
    How can I incorporate social media into my small business marketing effort?
    Do you look for new social media sites when the others get boring?
    How is Social Media related to science and technology?

    Additional Details
    The question asks would you understand advantages of using Social Media if the subject was categorized under one major category instead of 15 separate categories? Would you be interested in learning more about advancing your career or business?

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      I can see why the so called social media is causing a lot of people, especially younger people, a lot of trouble in their lives.
      A cell phone, properly used, is a definite asset for business.
      Personally, I am very cautious against “social networking”.

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    • ME
    • March 12, 2014
    Reply

    Why Is Facebook So Successful, And Why Haven’t Other Social Media Platforms Matched Its Success?

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      Besides the answers you’ve already received I’d add that FB started with some great concepts then started to grow. Other social media sites have sprung up in the meantime (I’ve been asked to join 2 just this week). FB is too far ahead of them to ever be matched.

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    • Kiru
    • April 8, 2014
    Reply

    Which Is The Best Social Media Site? Where can i find people Networking?

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      There is Lot of Best Social Media Sites Like Face book , Orkut….etc But i know one Networking site which has a lot of Networking Features and the name is Zahdoo.com Which had unveiled the First Ever socio-cognitive platform at web 2.0 Expo….So Just try this social media Site And have fun.
      ……http://www.zahdoo.com

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    • Anonymous
    • April 10, 2014
    Reply

    What Is Social Media And Social Media Marketing?

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      What is social media?

      Social media is a broad term used to describe the various tools, networks and technologies for sharing content, ideas and knowledge and connecting and collaborating online. It encompasses wikis, podcasts, blogs, social networks, forums, message boards and other viral-type platforms where communities of people come together.

      Social Media Marketing?

      Social media marketing (a/k/a viral or buzz marketing) is a form of Web marketing that seeks to increase visibility, drive traffic, better communications and foster awareness of a brand, organization, event or idea. This approach is quick and aggressive, and costs next to nothing to initiate a campaign.

      Social Media Marketing?

      SMM on the other hand plays more of an active role in relation to social media by referring to the creation and distribution of content and other messages through the social web by some form of viral marketing. This can be anything from creating compelling content that gets bookmarked and even hits digg’s homepage to spreading a viral video by putting it on YouTube and other social media websites. It’s about the things that are done off-site, for example, participating in online communities where your customers hang out would be an active role that falls under SMM.

      Social media marketing uses social media sites such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to engage with prospects on an ongoing basis. Social media sites encourage discussions, feedback and sharing of information between you and your prospects.

      Social media marketing has really sprouted its wings within the last couple of years And its no wonder, YouTube has about 28,000,000 viewers and Facebook has over 100,000,000 users…and over 50% log in daily. That’s why social media marketing is essential to your businesses success.

      You’ll see immediate benefits like prospect awareness of your “brand”, you’ll become closer to your customers and find out more about their needs, you’ll build

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    • Timmy
    • April 17, 2014
    Reply

    What’s A Good Social Media Platform? I’m looking to start a local community website. I live in a small town, where everyone knows each other and stuff, I’m partnered with the city here in Clermont, Florida, and we’re thinking about creating a city community website, as the population is growing, so are businesses, hopefully we’ll even get a shopping mall soon! haha.

    But to the point, they’ve asked me to put together a social website for the city. I’ve worked with quite a few blogs and forum boards, but none of them really tickle my fancy for this website.

    I want the website to be a blog, so we can post upcoming events, post news stories, community plans, upcoming concert events in the area (Not too far from Orlando, we’re in the dead center of Florida) close to the beaches as well (Just a 45 minute drive to either coast basically) so whenever there’s events and such they can be advertised. But we really want this to be a community website, where we can get ideas on what things people like to do in the area, plan events, get feedback, see what other people would like to see on the site, what things they want to do around the town.

    I don’t want the site to be a Facebook-copy social site or anything though. A basic blog for the homepage, linked with a forum possibly.

    I’ve used WordPress before, love the ease of access, and the look and feel on both the user-end and admin-end, but I don’t like the way it integrates with either PHPBB forums or SMF, nor do I like any of the built-in forum plugins like BuddyPress, just not enough features or anything.

    I’m not too experienced with any other blog platforms, but I am a techie, so I catch on and get the hang of things easily. I’ve visited a few Drupal sites lately to check those out, but every single one I went to, you had to login before the home portal page or blog page would come up, I don’t want the people to feel forced to register to check out the site, so if that’s the way Drupal runs, that should be out the question. Though I’ve never used it personally, so I don’t know what to expect.

    Normally I’d just throw the script onto the site to play around, but I’d rather get personal feedback on other platforms and scripts instead of wasting time trying out other things, after all, I don’t want the other city workers to thing I’m just farting around wasting time playing around with stuff.

    So basically, a blog for the homepage, and some sort of social thing tied in, hopefully a blog platform that has forums built-in, or can be easily integrated with an external forum platform. Hell, social media plugins would be great (but not necessary at all) such as a “signup with Facebook/Twitter” thing or whatever so signups are easy, since we have a lot of old folks around the area that may want to check the site out (You know how everyone talks about moving to Florida when they retire? They come straight to Clermont!)

    Thank you in advance to anyone who takes the time to read this, or share some input.
    EDIT: Also, the only thing the city is paying for is the domain and hosting, so either something Free/Open Source, or cheap, since the design is all out of my pocket! (The government is cheap, who knew?)

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      Hi Jimmy,

      Joomla + JomSocial can do what you want.

      We have explained how to create a social website from scratch here: http://www.itoctopus.com/can-joomla-be-used-to-build-a-social-networking-website

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    • Anonymous
    • April 30, 2014
    Reply

    How Does Social Media Marketing Work? I am hearing loads about marketing via twitter and facebook… because that’s where real people hang out! So do you have any tips or guidelines on Social Media Marketing?

    View Comment
    1. Reply

      7 Ways to Make Your Social Media Marketing More Effective

      Since integrating social media into your marketing mix helps expand your reach, increase sales, and build your fan base, it’s important to maximize your social media marketing’s efficiency. Here are seven tactics to help achieve this:

      Include a call to action. Once you have your prospect’s attention, what do you want them to do next? While every marketer will say buy, consider where you are in building your relationship and where the potential customer is in terms of her purchase process. Traditionally, direct marketers focus on purchase-related calls to action; with social media, calls to action can comprise a broader array of options such as likes, social sharing, comments, reviews, and RSS feeds. To improve tracking, especially for price deals, include a promotional code that’s associated with the original media source. Even though today’s consumers are more likely to share offers with broader audiences, you can still determine which source initiated the sale.
      Provide at least one response channel for participants. This channel should encourage participants to take an action that leads toward greater engagement with your firm. Think broadly in terms of likes, follows, check-ins, and RSS feeds. Also provide an alternative where they can reach a form of customer service such as old-fashioned phone calls, e-mail, and chat. (Here are more options for customer service via social media.) It’s critical to make sure that you’re staffed to respond to these inquiries, since they come from interested prospects.
      Include post-interaction marketing. Because the purchase process may take time, it’s important to stay top of mind with prospects. This is especially true in the current environment where the purchase process takes longer and is more social. You need to have on-going communications and interactions to convert prospects into customers. Ideally, this should continue beyond the actual purchase.
      Audience. Are you reaching your target audience in terms of prospects, customers, influencers, and the general public? In terms of earned media, how has your reach been extended through the use of social media marketing?
      Interactions. Track these in terms of views, shares across social networks, likes, and comments. Have they increased with the use of the calls to action and promotional codes?
      Brand perception. How has sentiment towards your brand changed as a result of your social media marketing? How does this relate to intent to purchase? If it isn’t positive, what can you do to improve it?
      Expenses. Calculate expenses in terms of marketing executions, creative, technology, and head count. Remember, social media costs more than you think, so include the hidden cost factors as well.
      Sales. Track sales related to specific calls to action and promotional codes as well as social media’s contribution to brand favorability, prospect acquisition, and post-sale retention.
      While it’s important to be where your target audience is, social media platforms can be a double-edged sword. You and your fans can promote your offering while new options are introduced that may sway consumers towards other options. Therefore, you must incorporate social media marketing into your overall marketing plan, include ways to make it more effective, and track results.

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    • Hermione
    • May 4, 2014
    Reply

    Are Phone Calls And Texts Considered Part Of Social Media?
    I want educated answers.

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      Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks.[1] Andreas Kaplan and Michael Haenlein define social media as “a group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, and that allow the creation and exchange of user-generated content.[2] Furthermore, social media depend on mobile and web-based technologies to create highly interactive platforms via which individuals and communities share, cocreate, discuss, and modify user-generated content. It introduces substantial and pervasive changes to communication between organizations, communities and individuals. so yes texting is part of social media.

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    • Kiran
    • May 12, 2014
    Reply

    Which Company Provides Social Media Services In Any Time?

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      According to a recent report at Business Insider, some rather large companies are abandoning the idea of providing customer service via social channels like Facebook and Twitter. While this move might seem counterintuitive in an age where more and more people are connecting via these platforms, the companies in question believe it is the right decision for their business and their service quality. Why "diss" Facebook as another customer service option? In some cases, the decision might be a sound one for companies truly concerned about the level of service their customers receive.

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    • Mediapirate
    • May 12, 2014
    Reply

    SEO And Social Media? Just wondering what different ways you use social media to contribute to an SEO/SEM campaign?

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      You can use social bookmarking sites, social networking sites and media sharing platform. These three can help you in contributing to SEO/SEM campaign. Social bookmarking sites include digg, twitter, stumble upon, mixx, etc. Social networking sites include Facebook, MySpace, etc. Media sharing platform include Youtube, Metacafe, etc.

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    • Sean
    • May 16, 2014
    Reply

    I Need A Job In Social Media Management? I want a job in social media management but i have no experience and no education. i’m good at working with social platforms like facebook, twitter, etc. but no one wants to hire someone with no experience, so how in the world can i get experience. can someone point me in the right direction and maybe give me some sort of free guide or something.

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      If you know how to work with social media platforms, then you have experience. What you need is a portfolio that showcases your abilities. Create some samples of what you can do, put them together in a nice print booklet or digital booklet (it can be small or 8.5×11 or what ever size fits your needs). Include your resume ( I know you have no work experience but you have experience). You want to do what’s called a functional resume http://jobsearch.about.com/od/resumes/p/... Include a cover letter with that as well, the cover letter gives you a great opportunity to show the potential employer why you qualify for the job even though you have no work experience. I suggest putting the resume and cover letter at the back of the booklet so that your work enthralls him/her first. You can either send these to directly to your potential employer’s office, the human resources department etc. be creative, figure that out. BTW, this is called Self Promotion.Can’t think of anything else right now. But a portfolio is your best shot.

      Oh! Maybe start a blog about social media management, showcase some samples, put out that your looking for the right job in your “about me” something like that. Hope I helped. ?

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    • Sean
    • May 19, 2014
    Reply

    I Need A Job In Social Media Management? I want a job in social media management but i have no experience and no education. i’m good at working with social platforms like facebook, twitter, etc. but no one wants to hire someone with no experience, so how in the world can i get experience. can someone point me in the right direction and maybe give me some sort of free guide or something.

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      If you know how to work with social media platforms, then you have experience. What you need is a portfolio that showcases your abilities. Create some samples of what you can do, put them together in a nice print booklet or digital booklet (it can be small or 8.5×11 or what ever size fits your needs). Include your resume ( I know you have no work experience but you have experience). You want to do what’s called a functional resume http://jobsearch.about.com/od/resumes/p/... Include a cover letter with that as well, the cover letter gives you a great opportunity to show the potential employer why you qualify for the job even though you have no work experience. I suggest putting the resume and cover letter at the back of the booklet so that your work enthralls him/her first. You can either send these to directly to your potential employer’s office, the human resources department etc. be creative, figure that out. BTW, this is called Self Promotion.Can’t think of anything else right now. But a portfolio is your best shot.

      Oh! Maybe start a blog about social media management, showcase some samples, put out that your looking for the right job in your “about me” something like that. Hope I helped. ?

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    • Ivan64
    • May 26, 2014
    Reply

    How To Manage Multiple Social Media Accounts? Are there any useful tools/programs/websites for managing and streamlining all social media accounts (like twitter, facebook, youtube, tumblr, etc.) in ONE place? For instance, I can’t imagine a company or business logs into each individual account in order to mange them . . .

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      http://swimwire.com/
      Your single Swimwire page can list and link all your online profiles, making it easier to stay connected. Your free profile can automatically connect with sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube to bringing all your social networks together to one place. Help people find you, anytime, anywhere, online. Connect with your friends and make new ones in a vibrant community.

      http://frid.ge/
      Fridge enables anyone to instantly create simple and private social networks to share photos, messages, and events with friends and groups.

      http://ping.fm/
      Ping.fm is a simple service that makes updating your social networks a snap.
      Use AIM, GTalk, iGoogle, WAP, iPhone/iPod Touch, SMS or E-mail and let Ping.fm relay your message to a multitude of social networking sites.

      http://www.trigga.me/
      Organize all your social networks in groups
      Keep track of your friends updates and replies from different sources
      Safe storage of your passwords

      http://www.familytic.com/
      Familytic is a social family data aggregator that helps you to gather all your family's photos, videos, status updates and more from social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and streams them to your own family social network.

      http://www.socioclean.com/
      Take Control: Help manage online profile with advanced monitoring.
      Maintain Social Reputation: Drive self-governance with growing social networks.
      Expand User Experience: Single portal management for various social networks.

      http://www.yiid.com/
      Build a profile of all your communities: Connect all your networks to one single super-profile
      Discover networks of your friends: Share your networks with your friends and see what networks they use
      Manage your online identity: Keep an eye on all your data in your networks and use yiid to log in everywhere

      http://www.meevr.com/
      Meevr is a social networking aggregator allowing you to pull your favorite social profiles into one place. Users can interact with each other via the Meevr answers platform.

      http://www.whoopaa.com/
      A new open and social platform to connect, integrate and manage your social networks, friends and business relationships.

      http://www.vinehub.com/
      Vinehub is a new application being developed to connect all of your accounts on major social network including Facebook, Google Buzz and Twitter.

      http://www.kazle.com/
      Kazle is a social multi-tasking. to update, view, edit and aggregate all your social networks, blogs and gaming platforms from one place.

      http://yoono.com/
      STAY CONNECTED: Connect to Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, AIM and more... in one place.
      STATUS SYNC: Update your status across all your services at once.
      EASY SHARING: Share links, images & videos across all your networks.
      REAL-TIME UPDATES: Get all your friend updates wherever you are on the web.

      http://www.myweboo.com/
      Manage your files located on web services, social networks, and computer systems in one place. Works with Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, GoogleDoc, and many other places.

      http://www.webwalks.com/
      Now enjoy all social network and mails in one place/interface. It support Facebook, yahoo, orkut, gmail, myspace, hotmail, rediffmail, aol, linkedin, twitter and many more to go on our list

      http://www.fav20.com/
      Fav 2.0 is a modern way to use your most visited websites. Set it as homepage and add your most visited sites.

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