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How Easy Is Social Media Marketing?

5 Quick, Painless Ways to Make Social Media Marketing Easy By Lena L. West GETTY
Five years ago, businesses weren’t convinced that spending time on Twitter or Facebook would help them find new customers. Now, 77 percent of B2C companies and 43 percent of B2B companies find customers on Facebook. That’s a statistic that can’t be ignored. And the numbers prove high across other platforms too, including Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram.
But while marketers can’t deny the power of social media marketing, social media users fall into two groups: ● Those who tweet and post updates constantly
● Those who think it’s too complicated, and never latch on If you fall into the second camp, I invite you to keep right on reading — this one’s for you. While you might’ve told yourself using social media is just too hard, that you don’t have time to do it, or some o

What's Your Business Strategy?

You're ready to start showing off your business to your target audience. The first question you may ask yourself is how to get started. If you're not social media savvy this could be a big problem. If you are social media savvy you probably don't have time to spend sharing tweets or posting to Facebook because your busy working on your product. One thing you must do is get out there for the world to see. The best way to do this is to create a website.

I'm sure that when you decided on a business adventure and created a business plan you already knew that part of your strategy to get clients was to have a way for them to find you. Here are three free websites that are easy to navigate and set up for anyone savvy or not. The best thing about these sites is they are free to get started.


At Wix.com you can pick from hundreds of free templates, drag and drop your own photos, and create your own domain.



At Web.com, you will find services that will help you grow your busines…

Spy On History Blog Tour Schedule

The blog tour for Spy On History has begun! Follow along for a chance to win Mary Bowser and the Civil War Spy Ring.

If you could go back to anytime or place in history, where would you put your spy skills to use? Please leave a comment.

Schedule: Wednesday, February 1: Middle Grade Mafia Thursday, February 2: YAYOMG Friday, February 3: Mundie Kids Monday, February 6: Miss Print Tuesday, February 7: Recreational Scholar Wednesday, February 8: The Roarbots Thursday, February 9: Randomly Reading Friday, February 10: A History of Books & -This Kid Reviews Books Monday, February 13: Teen Library Toolbox Tuesday, February 14: Ex Libris Kate Wednesday, February 15: Geo Librarian Thursday, February 16:Kidliterati Friday, February 17: Kristi’s Book Nook
Book Summary: Mary Bowser and the Civil War Spy Ringintroduces an exciting interactive series for middle grade readers—Spy on History, where the reader gets to experience history in a whole new way.

Meet Mary Bowser, an African American spy who was able to…

You Can't Touch My Hair by Phoebe Robinson

Phoebe had a book come out earlier this year called You Can’t Touch My Hair, and is a consultant on Broad City. The video is part of a series we make called Last Minute Book Report where comedians and authors have to give book reports on classic works after barely reading them.