How Social Media Affects Your Reputation

Any good business owner knows that having a presence on popular social media websites like Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and LinkedIn as part of a digital marketing strategy is necessary in order to build connections, but what they should also know is that these presences can affect their business’s reputation. Here’s how.

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Startup Advice from PeopleLinx’s Co-Founder

As a digital marketing agency based in Philadelphia, Prager likes to keep up with news about Philly businesses and/or business owners. We found out recently that Patrick Baynes, the co-founder and general manager of PeopleLinx, was a speaker at Startup Grind Philadelphia (an event designed to “educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs”).

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How to Use Social Media Hashtags

These days, it seems that no matter what social media network you use, you’re exposed to the art of hashtags. Hashtags, as you probably know, are “pound signs” and look like this: #. They are used as a prefix in front of a word, topic, or event, and while they’re all used in social media for basically the same reason, the etiquette varies by the network.

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How Often Businesses Should Post on Social Media

Our social media consulting experts will tell you that social media can be a difficult practice to grasp – each industry has a different audience and audience interactions can vary based on demographic, your location, content you post, type of business you’re in, and more.

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Twitter’s Social Media Startup Acquisitions

Since its launch in 2006, Twitter has acquired 31 different startup companies to help grow its presence. They range from a company that analyzes spreadsheet data to one that helps businesses monitor their mobile advertisements. Twitter’s main focus, however, has been to expand its social media authority, and it has acquired several different startups in order to do so, including.

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Get More Followers on Twitter, the Right Way

In keeping with our philosophy of sharing our collective discoveries and knowledge, I thought it might be beneficial to share my personal experiences with Twitter over the past year. As many some none of you know, I maintain a personal blog where I post comics, illustrations, and other nonsense.

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