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With one in three small businesses using social media, its no longer enough to just have a website, small businesses must have a social media presence, too. Don’t know where to start? This cheat sheet done by Columnfivemedia  in collaboration withFlowtown will help you navigate the major social media sites on the web.  

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On online social networks, security and privacy are one of the biggest concerns, as not only individuals but also companies and organizations use online social media to network and communicate. Over many years, since the advent of Google and Facebook, many hackers have tried to exploit this network and gain access to their resources. In…

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If used effectively, social media can bring good grades in a student’s life. Most of the students spend maximum amount of their time on social media platforms such as, Facebook and Twitter, mostly posting selfies, and posting likes and comments on futile stuff. If schools implement these social media pages, more students can actively participate…

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Linkedin is the worlds largest professional network with a simple mission: connecting the worlds professionals to make them more productive and successful. Linkedin was formed in the living room of co-founder Reid Hoffman in 2002, and officially launched on May 5th, 2003. The infographic, brought by Gigya, talks about the Linkedin identity and the growth…

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Microblogging has many advantages and is used by many companies to effectively spread awareness about their brands. It encourages open participation from millions of users online. You can send short messages about your brands and generate a lot of traffic in no time. In this infographic titled, “Why Should Enterprise Consider Micro-Blogging,” you can read…

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There are a variety of social networks used by people of all ages and all range of social class. According to this infographic, teenagers are mostly active on platforms like YouTube, Friendster, and Myspace and the richer people use LinkedIn. In this infographic titled, “The Winners & Losers of Social Networking” you will see which…

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A number of social innovations have been experienced by the real estate industry in the past few years. The pros of using social media are in providing schedule showings, showcasing local enterprise and online property tours. This infographic titled “Real Estate Industry in Social Media” has been created after analyzing more than 7,000 small business…

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Print ads are passé, especially, since the rise of social networking. Most of the businesses, small or big, are opting for social media advertising. Since this form of advertising has an instant global reach and is also inexpensive and sometimes free, it has become the most potent medium of advertising. In this infographic titled, “The…

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Our previous generation was not so indulged with technology as we are. In fact, in the times of our grandparents, there was no computer or the wide use of it. They wrote by postcards and sent letters to their pen pals. This is one thing which is totally revolutionized by the social media sites like…

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