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5 Ideas for Great Social Media Content

Social media is an incredible tool for promoting your business. With the ability to get started for free, and prioritize the networks your customers use, social media marketing can be a very effective part of your marketing message. In this blog, we’re going to share 5 tips to help you create great social media content.

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How to Protect Your Facebook Account from Hackers

Have you ever received a friend request from somebody you were already connected with, only to see that person post an update that says, ‘don’t accept any friend requests from me, I’ve been hacked’? Facebook is a popular platform for scammers because of the amount of personal information users freely share. Scammers not only use this information to find their victims; they use it to make their scams more personal.

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How Often Should I Post on Social Media?

How often do you post on social media? Do you feel like you’re never posting enough online? Well, here’s some good news for you. The number one criterium on how often you should post online is that you should only post as often as you have quality content. How much quality content should you strive for? In the rest of this blog, I’ll be going over the available research to try and give you an idea of how much your business should post online.

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2021 Social Media Stats

In this blog, we go over the latest Pew Research Center Social Media Fact Sheet to give insight to finding your audience online. Pew Research Center first published their Fact Sheet in 2005 and have surveyed users more than 30 times since then, to determine users’ social media preferences and self-reported behavior.

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