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Is Pinterest Right for Your Business?

By localfresh | Feb 21, 2012

New outlets for getting the word out about your business become available all the time, but few gain enough traction to get noticed. While Google+, Twitter and Facebook continue to thrive as social media outlets for your business, another one has pinned itself to the scene as worthy of attention: Pinterest. What’s the Point of…

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Do You Need SEO if You are a Small Business?

By localfresh | Jan 17, 2012

If you’re a small business, where are you getting the majority of your customers? Assuming that “small” also means “local,” it’s likely that most of your revenue is driven by word-of-mouth and local advertisements. You probably have a website because that’s what’s expected of every modern business, but it might not be a main source…

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Apps to Help You Manage Your Small Business

By localfresh | Jan 10, 2012

If you’re an entrepreneur, you’re likely always looking for ways to improve the efficiency of your small business. There are so many things to manage, but there are also a lot of tools available to help you do it. Your iPhone is probably one essential tool because it allows you to stay connected to your…

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How Facebook, Twitter and Google+ Can Help Your Business

By localfresh | Jan 3, 2012

To many, Facebook is at the forefront of social media and has remained there for many years. Closely behind Facebook are other social media sites such as Twitter and Google+. All of these sites can act as outlets for small businesses to reach out to potential customers. Facebook was the first of the social media…

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Social Media Statistics for 2011 – on Video!

By localfresh | Dec 27, 2011

If you ever find yourself wondering, “Hm, is social media important to the growth of my business?” then this video will prove interesting and informative! As 2012 is only days away, I thought it would be fun to review this videographic which details the social media development and growth of 2011. Enjoy!

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There was Internet in 1996?

By localfresh | Dec 20, 2011

Granted, I’m young-but-not-that-young. Still, I found this infographic highly entertaining as I don’t remember using anything more complicated than the library search engine to finish my college degree in 1996. With 2012 approaching, I thought it would be fun to share this infographic that compares the internet of 1996 with 2011. The times are a-constantly…

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Comparing Facebook and Google+

By localfresh | Dec 15, 2011

I love the Infographics! I ran across this one below that compares the similar services offered through Google+ and Facebook, which can be cross-referenced when considering who uses Google+ and what the average day on Facebook looks like!  

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Who Uses Google+?

By localfresh | Dec 13, 2011

With all the talk about the Average Day for Facebook, I couldn’t help but post this infographic from Flowtown regarding who’s using Google+ as a comparison. What I find most uselful for both is the perceived number of “users” versus people who actually participate in each social media service. Food for thought!

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Understanding Facebook Page Insights

By localfresh | Dec 6, 2011

Right around Thanksgiving, Facebook Pages rolled out changes regarding their data-tracking system called “Insights.” If you have a Facebook business page, you can find the Insights link in the left sidebar underneath the business profile picture – the example below is the Verticalwerks business page. Purpose of Reading Facebook Insights No matter what social media…

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Even Dentists Need Social Media

By localfresh | Nov 29, 2011

One of my really good friends refuses to use Facebook. Unfortunately for me, I don’t get to see or talk with her that often, so keeping a connection through Facebook would be great. But when I say she “refuses” to use Facebook, I might be under-communicating her utmost dislike and ultimate stubbornness against it. With…

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