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Eric Sengbusch
Works at Root Level Technology, LLC
Attended University of Houston
Lives in Cypress, Texas
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Man, I am so bad about posting here. But! I will say the + feed has gotten a lot more interesting. Maybe I am just connected to the right people. I have seen so many seo/sem related posts that are actually helpful. Not spam! Ahh... Very nice!
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Here's how Compose.io built a simple to use, auto-scaling DB as a Service on top of DO http://do.co/1H8e92u
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You can find CJ on Pinterest too! ► http://bit.ly/1EmAY2o

Follow us there for more doggy goodness...
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Google: "Do As I Say, Not As I Do" lol:
Yesterday, Google announced they will be officially getting into selling auto-insurance through google.com/compare/autoinsurance/. Yes, this is a big deal but SEOs took notice of the blog post announ
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#SMX schedule day 1
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At #SMX east on a walk to dinner. I am amazed by all the marketing messages!
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The Science Of Posting On Social Media - Infographic

More and more companies are utilizing social media for their marketing purposes. Posting regularly can help you to reach a wide variety of audiences, keep loyal customers up to date, and help boost your company profile. However, each social platform utilizes different algorithms; if you post too much or not enough, followers may not see your content. 

Follow these guidelines from SetupABlogToday to the get most of every post.

#Facebook
While millions use the site daily, no one enjoys seeing tons of statuses from one person or company. Limit updates to two posts per day, but make sure you post at least weekly. 
Facebook has the highest average click through from 1:00 - 4:00pm, with 3:00pm on Wednesdays being the optimal time. Avoid posting anything on weekends before 8:00am or after 8:00pm.

#Twitter
To get the most engagement out of Tweets, limit postings to three times per day. However, as Twitter utilizes a fast-paced mentality, it may be necessary to retweet the same content several times over different days. 
Like Facebook, the best time to use Twitter is mid-afternoon. Post Monday through Thursday from 9:00am - 3:00pm, focusing on 1:00 - 3:00pm for optimal results. Avoid marketing on Twitter after 8:00pm and after 3:00pm on Fridays. 

#GooglePlus
Maintain a consistent posting schedule on Google+ to ensure connection with most of your audience. Three posts a day should suffice. 
The beginning of the average work day is the ideal time to post on Google+. Try posting Monday through Thursday from 9:00 - 10:00am. Focus on Wednesdays at 9:00am, as that is the peak time for engagement. Avoid posting in very early mornings or in the evenings. 

#Pinterest
Businesses have recently starting using this site to promote their brands. Three to ten pins daily correlates with the highest web traffic. Try to pin at least five times a day. 
Utilize Pinterest outside of normal working hours. Post Saturday mornings and Fridays from 1:00-4:00pm for the best results. 

Read it all here: http://www.digitalinformationworld.com/2015/03/the-science-of-posting-on-social-media-infographic.html

#socialmedia   #socialmediamarketing   #socialmediatips   #infographic  
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Free Twitter tools to fit any need
Presenting Free Twitter Tools for Marketers - Analytics, Monitoring, Trending, Chat, Hashtag, Content (tweet), Followers and other Miscellaneous tools.
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Is this an LED wall? Someone tell me please!
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Marketing, Start-ups, PPC, SEO, Guitar!
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  • Root Level Technology, LLC
    Owner, 2012 - present
  • US Clearing Systems
    Owner, 2005 - 2010
  • United Business Services
    Owner, 2003 - 2009
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Cypress, Texas
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Houston - Native Texan
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Aspiring Servant, Husband, Father, Entrepeneur
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Greetings fellow + users! This is my personal + profile. Sometimes I talk about RLT. But, mostly I share the cool SEO, SEM and PPC related articles I find. 

Eric Sengbusch | CEO
RootLevelTech.com
 
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My kids of course; and, I get to work at Root Level Technology, LLC
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  • University of Houston
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Chris and Mark are great guys. Honest, courteous, friendly!
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Pretty miserable experience... The lady at the front desk has always been moody and that's ok. It was tolerable... The icing on the cake was when Susan (the office manager I am guessing?) Told me that she was frustrated that all the patients always blame them for any issues with the pharmacy. She followed that up by telling me that I needed to find a new doctor then hung up on me. I was then called by one of the staff a couple hours later to let me know that I would need to schedule an appt. so that I could get my prescription refilled. That would have been great if Susan had not soured my opinion of the clinic. My family has been using this clinic for a few years... Seems to be very hit or miss. I guess it is time to find a new doctor.
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