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Facebook Says Large Images Will Get Your Post More Exposure 

On Facebook’s developer help centre it clearly says when placing an image URL on your website for the open graph to use (og:image) bigger is better! “The larger this image is, the more likely it will be used when sharing stories on Facebook.”

 
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Why LinkedIn Endorsements are Important 

According to a LinkedIn infographic on Mashable, endorsements help members build their professional profiles, and make them 4 times more likely to be viewed! Follow the link below to view the infographic, and to find more information.

 
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Entice people with Facebook Offers 

If you’re looking for a new way to attract quality leads using social media, try Facebook Offers.

 
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Don’t Hide From the Big Guy 

If a complaint/negative comment is posted to your business’ wall, don’t hide it from your boss. If the complaint blows up, your boss will hear about it anyways. Sharing the info shows that you are trustworthy, AND if you find a solution, you prove you are capable of customer relations – BIG bonus!

 
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How to create lists in Hootsuite 

Create lists in your Hootsuite account to be able to find the exact information you are looking for without the clutter of your homefeed. This is a great video that explains how to set it up!

 
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How Far Did Your Tweet Travel – TweetReach 

TweetReach allows you to enter a URL, Twitter name, phrase or hashtag, and discover how many people it has reached and who is talking about it. Give it a try at www.tweetreach.com and discover your reach!

 
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Follow Industry Leaders 

Just about everyone is on Twitter nowadays, so find the people that you look up to and who you deem influential, and follow them. You might even be able to use social media to connect with them in person.

 
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Use Twitter to Break the Ice 

Before heading to a conference or meeting, find the attendees on Twitter and connect with them. Chatting through social media first will make it much easier to network and connect in person.

 
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