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21 Best Places to Repost Your Content

Bloggers devote a long time in creating a high quality content to publish and promote it on different social media channels. Is it enough to viral your post? No. To reach out your potential customers you have to expend your content reach throughout the internet. Repurposing of content plays a vital role after publishing content on your specified channels. A little effort of repurposing did your job well and attracts more clicks and audiences then simple publication. So, reposting of quality content on different platforms will help in approaching a wide audience reach and to solve this purpose here we...

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11 Blog Post Ideas to Drive Flawless Traffic on Your Website

Initially, Content marketing evolved as an inbound marketing technique that developed to reach out your customers, build trust and improve online presence. Writers or bloggers collaborated 300 to 1000 words of text together and published them on a platform like blogger, wordpress etc. Now scenario has totally changed. It’s not all about writing and publishing content anymore. You have to come up with some unique blog post ideas and work hard to engage users and build audience on regular basis. Regularly! Don’t you find it difficult? To be honest, yes. It is really tough to write a standard blog post...

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Facebook’s Face Changing Slowly, What Comes Next?

Facebook seems to introduce some changes in its interface today (well i noticed them today). Check out the pictures below (changes marked in red): I noticed: The sharing area has shrunk The “like”, “comment” and “share” buttons have changed There’s a wide gap between the trending section and chat section (couldn’t mention chat section due to privacy) The other changes that i noticed were on my time line, as i scroll down a menu bar sticks to upper part of page giving options “timeline”, “recent”, “status”, “photo/video” and “life event”. Another change that I could notice was, suggestions of new...

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Recap of Twitter Happenings in 2014

According to Twitter’s stats, around 500 million Tweets published every day and to make Twitter’s experience more better, it brings many changes and improvements in its product like profile design, video ads and audio card etc. in 2014. Today, I read many articles to find all changes that have been occurred throughout the year and I tried my best to collaborate all these changes in single post. So, let’s have a look on these updates from the beginning: Photo Tagging and Set upto 4 photos in a Single Tweet March 26, 2014 – Twitter released two important mobile updates to...

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Success Stories of Storytelling

Storytelling is the earliest form of gestures and expressions. In ancient time, when no paper and pen invented, people learned and taught everything through stories. We can say that stories were the medium of transferring knowledge from one generation to another generation at that time. Oh yes! One story comes in my mind and I am going to narrate it here: “One hot day, there was a thirsty crow. He flew around the ground in search of water, but couldn’t find water. After sometimes he found a pot with half filled of water. He tried hard to quench his thirst,...

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The Beginner’s Guide: Checklist for Twitter Marketing! (Part 1)

Some companies are still unaware of what twitter is and how it is beneficial for their business. Some companies believe that registering on twitter and tweeting daily is enough to market business online through twitter. Is this true? Let’s start from the basics: “Twitter is an online social networking site that provides a platform to interact with customers and generate interest within your services or products.” The very first question to ask’ “would you really like to promote your business on twitter”? If yes, here is a perfect list for those who haven’t started yet on twitter and the people...

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Why I start this blog!

Hello Folks, First day and first post, quit exciting for me. Isn’t it? When I was child, I read a story about “The king and the spider”. Let’s have a look: “There was a brave king. Once he fought against a large army with few soldiers. He was badly defeated and had to run for his life. He took shelter in a forest cave. He was very depressed from this defeat. He lost his courage and helplessly gazing at the ceiling of the cave. He found some interesting there. A spider was trying to weave a web across the cave’s ceiling. What...