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60% of women admitted being addicted to social networking sites. 56% of users shared that they were afraid of missing something important online. It was also estimated, in another research, that an average person spends approximately 135 minutes per day on social media.

The reason why people want to go online, and share something, lies in the psyche of letting others know of one’s real self, and staying connected with the rest of the world, especially friends and family. But there are many drawbacks to this dependence as well. Users often find their self-esteems suffering in the process. Therefore, it is important to cut down the usage of these sites.

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Contant Marketing Your Followers Will Love

“How do I know what kind of content to post?” This is one of those most asked questions during our social media platform training and consultation sessions.

The business and professionals who are working hard ensuring they follow social platform etiquette are often challenged with coming up with content that their fans and followers will find engaging and informative.

However, when you understand what type of content people love, it becomes easier to discover and create posts. 

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How Social Media Marketing si the New SEO

There is so much information online in respect to what does and doesn’t affect your websites search rankings. In this article we discuss the role that social media can play in your SEO efforts, as well as the importance of following Google recommendations when building a website.

The importance of your business being found online should not be underestimated. Typically, the information and advice you receive, on the best way to get your website to the top of the search, can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, we hear too often how big and small business have made choices about what methods to use for better Search Engine Optimization (SEO) with little understanding of the options available. These choices may have come with large costs and on many occasions little results.  
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