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    1. 13 Ways to Improve Your Social Media Profiles in One Hour

      13 Ways to Improve Your Social Media Profiles in One Hour

      Considering how much time people spend on social media everyday, it’s kind of funny—or is it sad?—that most of us find ourselves too busy to actually update and improve our profiles. Everyone’s busy, yet so many improvements to your social media profiles can be made in just a few minutes. Here are 13 easy ways to improve your social media profiles that, altogether, shouldn’t take you more than an hour. Time to close that game of Solitaire and get to work.

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    2. Everything Social Marketers Need to Know About Micro-Influencers

      Everything Social Marketers Need to Know About Micro-Influencers

      When it comes to your social media strategy, bigger isn’t always better. You already know that influencer marketing can get you real results (it’s been shown to influence 20 to 50 percent of all purchasing decisions) but it might be time to consider what micro-influencers can do for your business. In contrast to more well-known or celebrity influencers, micro-influencers are everyday social media users with smaller audiences.

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    3. Using Twitter Polls to Boost Social Engagement

      Using Twitter Polls to Boost Social Engagement

      Getting people to engage with you on social media is not easy. Luckily for you, Twitter polls can help. According to Hootsuite’s social engagement coordinator, Nick Martin, they’re a surefire way to drive engagement. As the host of #HootChat, Martin gave us some expert tips on how polls have worked for him on Hootsuite’s Twitter channel and how you can use them to drive engagement for your brand. People are shy and don’t want to risk being wrong, especially on a public forum like social media.

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    4. 7 TED Talks to Make You a Better Social Media Marketer

      TED Talks are a great way to learn about new developments in your industry and smarter ways of working. I spent 10 hours hunting down the best TED Talks for social media marketers—so you don’t have to. In this post, you’ll find TED Talks that will teach you how to: Continue reading for a list of our favorite TED Talks that can make you a better social media marketer.

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    5. How to Drive Business With Social: Tips from A Social Selling Expert

      How to Drive Business With Social: Tips from A Social Selling Expert

      In our latest Hootcast podcast, we chat with social selling expert Koka Sexton about how to find and engage potential customers on social media. Press play to hear the show in its entirety, or if you don’t have a set of earbuds handy, read the transcription of our conversation below. My story is a little different than most in my position. I started off in sales many, many years ago—I don’t want to date myself.

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    6. How to Use Social Media to Hype Your Product Pre-Launch

      How to Use Social Media to Hype Your Product Pre-Launch

      You’re excited about the release of your new product. It’s going to the change the world and everyone is going to love it. You’re thrilled and you want people feel the same. So let’s make sure your product doesn’t just launch, but blasts off into the space. Here are six tips on how to use social media to get there. Herschel’s unbranded hashtag encouraged users to share their own content and offered the appeal of being linked to like-minded people who love to travel.

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    7. CEOs Need to Be on Social Media—So Why Aren't They?

      CEOs Need to Be on Social Media—So Why Aren't They?

      These days, it’s a rarity to find someone who’s not on Facebook—unless that someone happens to be a Fortune 500 CEO. A new analysis from CEO.com shows that the heads of the planet’s most powerful companies still view social media as a distraction, if not an outright liability. A full 61 percent have no social media presence at all. Even those who are on Twitter, Facebook, and other networks rarely join the conversation. Consumer trends, meanwhile are heading in exactly the opposite direction.

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