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Saturday, January 28, 2023

Archive for the 'Social Media Content' Category

Improve your writing with free tools

I am frequently dismayed by the poor writing in the promotional emails I receive. There are a lot of grammar errors and misspellings. There are also sentences that don’t make sense. I have wondered if there would be a market for having sales pages, emails, etc. reviewed for good English prior to release. The errors I see reduce a reader’s confidence in the ability of a seller to deliver quality products, so cleaning up the English should pay for itself in improved sales. You may not have to hire someone to clean up your poor writing, though. There are tools that will improve your writing,... [...]

The Hero Syndicate: Social marketers united for more sales #ad

Maybe you have never heard of The Hero Syndicate. They don’t need publicity to accomplish their goals, which are two: 1. Always know and stay on the leading edge of what’s working today 2. Always have the tools to take full advantage of these trends so they can stay ahead of the competition. The Hero Syndicate is a group of social marketers who have joined forces to find and use the best tools that implement the best marketing techniques, and to share this knowledge with each other. For example, when it comes to Facebook, they have tools for: • Complete fan page automation, where... [...]

‘Gary Vaynerchuk’s 6 Secrets To Creating Great Social Content’ – Business Insider

The latest article on Business Insider is titled “Gary Vaynerchuk’s 6 Secrets To Creating Great Social Content”. Alison Griswold says, “It’s no secret that social media can be a key ingredient to success for small businesses. But harnessing the power of social and creating engaging, shareable content is often more difficult than they expect. Author and entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk thinks he may have found the magic formula. And considering his 1 million followers on Twitter and 150,000 followers on Facebook, he seems to be onto something. In... [...]