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2009 Trends in Social Media

by Colette Mason

The social media statistics for 2009 show the ever increasing blurring of the boundaries between the physical and virtual worlds looks set to continue into 2010 at an even faster pace.  While analysing statistics, however, it is important to remember that numbers by themselves are meaningless. They become meaningful when these numbers are used to delineate trends. Most [...]

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25 More Ways to Promote Your Business Website with Videos

by Colette Mason

Video is one of the fastest growing content formats on the internet. Your company can take advantage of this trend to promote your business and its products and services. Here’s the second set of tips on how to provide market your company using video. Youtube is the second highest trafficked site globally according to statistics [...]

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World Usability Day: Herding Visitors to The Site

by Colette Mason

As always when thinking about improving a website, the conversation always turns to traffic – after all, you could have the most user-friendly site in the universe, but if no one visits, then its effectiveness is dramatically reduced. We thought about ways to market the site online and offline. There is the option to continue [...]

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25 Ways to Promote Your Business with YouTube.com

by Colette Mason

Video is one of the fastest growing content formats on the internet. Your company can take advantage of this trend to promote your business and it’s products and services. To help you promote your site, I have put together a guide on Youtube marketing for videos and I think you’ll find this practical guide helpful. Youtube [...]

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How your Business can Capitalize on Twitter’s Popularity

by Colette Mason

Twittering is very addictive and it’s no wonder why millions of people send out tweets all day long. Join millions of business owners are now capitalizing on Twitter’s popularity to market their products and services. The tweets are merely 140 characters and it is also called micro-blogging. With only a few characters, you will need to answer [...]

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