Choosing The Right Images for Social Media Posts

Posted by on Dec 18, 2016 in Blog Post

Choosing The Right Images for Social Media Posts

Original post from http://barnimages.com/ CHOOSING THE RIGHT IMAGES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS 06/10/2016 by Kathryn Marr The search for images to use on social media can be a difficult one. There are so many things that you have to think about! Does it fit my topic? Is it a great image? Can I legally use it? Should I credit the source? But it doesn’t really need to be that difficult. In this post, you’ll find an easy, step-by-step guide to choosing the perfect social media...

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How Any Small Business Can Compete with the Big Boys Using SEO and Social Media

Posted by on Dec 18, 2016 in Blog Post

How Any Small Business Can Compete with the Big Boys Using SEO and Social Media

This is another Niel Patel’s post, http://neilpatel.com/ I get it. I understand how brutal it can be—trying to market your small business in a world of billion-dollar businesses and multi-million dollar marketing budgets. You have a limited budget, limited time, limited knowledge, and a limited arsenal of tactics that you can afford to implement. But the big brands? They can do anything they want, hire as many people as they want, and unleash any tactic they want....

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5 Psychology-Based Design Tips to Improve Engagement on Your Website

Posted by on Dec 18, 2016 in Blog Post

5 Psychology-Based Design Tips to Improve Engagement on Your Website

This post was copied for Niel Patel’s website http://neilpatel.com/ all credit goes to him.   Your brand’s message isn’t limited to the word choices that you make. The environment under which you present your message is equally (perhaps even more) important. Subtle aspects, such as color, line, shape and font, matter. I’ve already shared details about typography, color and a few design mistakes that ruin your SEO. But, most people believe that design is a...

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