Writing fresh, quality content is one of the best ways to get readers to visit your site again and again.  However, writing fresh, quality content isn’t always easy.  In an attempt to get frequent content posted, some websites make some big mistakes.  The following are the biggest content writing don’ts.

  1. Don’t duplicate content across social media platforms. Content for Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, and your website should be unique.  If you put the same content up everywhere, there isn’t any reason for your readers to visit the rest of your platforms.  Make sure to put up something original in each

Social media is a great way to stay in touch with families and friends that live across the country, or in the next room. It is also a great way to get information from the brands you love. Now that you can “like” just about anything and get updates in your news feed, a quick scan through your news feed makes it easy to find out the latest products, upcoming concerts or when your favorite blogger has posted a new article. Companies recognize the value in using social media to promote their brand and are successfully increasing their reach.

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Anything Google can do Facebook wants to do better. And with the latter’s new product ads, it has a data advantage that could lead to big revenue for the social network.

Yesterday, Facebook revealed that it’s starting to serve ads for retailers’ goods that use the targeting and personal-interest information it has on its 1.4 billion users. These product adsare an answer to a service that Google has offered businesses since 2013 with Shopping Ads (which were initially called Product Listing Ads). Google Shopping Ads show up as paid posts atop retailer-focused

If you have ever been on any social network like twitter or instagram you will have noticed the wide use of hashtags.  To make it clear and understandable, a hashtag is simply a way for Tweets or pictures to have a common topic and also to begin a conversation.  It starts with a pound sign (#) and is always followed by keywords.  It is meant to mark topics or keywords in a Tweet or picture.  Hashtags are used as a way to categorize messages and organically created by Twitter users. It is important to do a little research before using