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Blogs have become a popular way for everyday people to share their opinions, experiences, passions, and more with the world. Are you interested in blogging? Learn all about blogs and how to start one of your own with this tutorial.
Against all odds, you likely know someone who still hasn’t succumbed to the lure of Facebook. Maybe you’re a beginner yourself. Or perhaps you just haven’t had the gosh darn time to explore every last corner of the world’s most expansive social network.
LinkedIn is considered the non-sexy, sleeping giant of social networks. It keeps a low profile, perhaps due to the professional nature of its users. Nonetheless, LinkedIn continues to exert a powerful influence on connected job seekers, brands, recruiters and industries.
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First, the basics: What is Twitter all about? It’s a platform wherein users share their thoughts, news, information and jokes in 140 characters of text or less. Twitter makes global communication cheap and measurable. Profiles are (usually) public — anyone in the world can see what you write, unless you elect to make your profile private. Users “follow” each other in order to keep tabs on and converse with specific people.
Google Plus is a social networking platform, launched by Google, for discovering and sharing digital content with friends, family and coworkers.
Everyone’s talking about Pinterest but not everyone ‘gets’ it. You will after following these seven steps to Pinterest fluency.
Even if you don’t use Instagram, we’re guessing you’ve encountered an Instagram image somewhere on the web — even if you didn’t realize it.