What the Increased Character Count on Twitter Means for Small Businesses

You may have noticed that Twitter has recently implemented a new feature on their global social network. No, it’s not a new like or dislike button. They doubled their famous 140 character limit to 280. Twitter revealed in a blog post that after a month of testing the format, they decided to go ahead.

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New to User Generated Content? Here's What You Need to Know.

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 Are you a small business owner looking for a way to grow your business? Are you looking to attract more leads to your business, or have heard about social media marketing, and now want to try it?

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How SMBs Can Grow Using Best Practices in Social Media

 Are you a small business owner looking for a way to grow your business? Are you looking to attract more leads to your business, or have heard about social media marketing, and now want to try it?

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How to Use Instagram to Engage Audiences with Your Brand

Instagram has become the most popular platform for sharing visual information. With more than 300 million monthly users, many brands are striving to effectively interact with their customers through the platform. In a study conducted by BI Intelligence, it was discovered that Instagram is mostly comprised of urban and youthful users, with women playing a vital role.

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The New Google Search: What It Means For You

The largest search engine conglomerate in the Universe is making some changes to their mobile search function. As mobile usage has reached an all-time high, businesses will be forced to conform with these consumer trends. Google is constantly improving the visibility of search results to provide users with the most accurate results possible. That may not be news to you, but you might be interested in the effect that these most recent changes could have on your business.

Here are 2 things you need to know about the impending changes for Google searches through mobile devices.


1. Increased Visibility of Mobily Optimized Website

Over the next few weeks, Google will essentially reward your website points for mobile friendliness. "This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results," a Google spokesman stated in a recent press release.

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