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Justin McCullough
We are all business builders.
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My company, AmeriCommerce was acquired today by Capital One!

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Why Blogs Fail ...and the simplest way to make your succeed
"I don't have time to blog" Everyone says it. But actually, you're already blogging. Your outbox is filled with blog posts.

Big thanks to the share-ers...
+Max Grinnell +Katrina Douglas +Andy Friedman +Hilary Marsh +Tim Frick +Jan Rivers +Jay Sharman +Nick Kellet  +Contentplum +Sarah Arrow +Sue Rostvold +Henneke Duistermaat +Therese Kopiwoda +Justin McCullough and +Orbit Media Studios 

and commenters...
+Neil Ferree +Tony Eddicott +Adam Franklin +Barry Feldman +Heidi Cohen +Molly Lynch  ...we're very grateful!

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Good feedback on g+ best practice so you don't get jammed up.
How does everyone feel about adding authorship to all pages of a site? (not to products on an e-commerce site), including the homepage?

A friend of mine has noticed an increase in rankings after adding authorship to every single page on a client's site.

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Awesome team of writers and creatives. Check out +Wyzowl you'll be impressed!
We launched our Content Marketing Service today!! So not only can you get us to create your videos, but you can now order different types of creative, shareable, awesome content from us too!

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E-commerce is a $220 Billion market in the USA alone, growing by nearly 17% a year. Check out our new infographic for more interesting stats:

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Nice infographic
The Ultimate Beginner's Guide To Reddit [INFOGRAPHIC]
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"This past March, Reddit received more than 114 million unique visitors.

Let that sink in for a minute. Frankly, that's a lot of visitors!

Reddit is an ideal place to discover what people in various niches are talking about, as well as come up with content ideas based on what's trending. Reddit is also a great place to build communities.

But diving into Reddit can be a bit intimidating. To help you navigate this social media site, WhoIsHostingThis created an infographic that describes how Reddit works, and offers tips on how to get the most from it."

Some key takeaways:

Read each subreddit's FAQ before getting sucked in. The FAQ will outline what's allowed and what's not.

Focus on subreddits that you are knowledgeable about.

Jump in and comments on things.

Find and share articles photos and videos you think are interesting or would be valuable to the members of subreddits.

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Very cool.
Amazing finger art by Judith Braun.

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Anyone working LinkedIn?
3 Ways To Grow Your Business With LinkedIn
#linkedin   #linkedinmarketing   #linkedintips   #socialmediamarketing  
Let me ask you a question: Do you ever feel like everyone in your industry is doing the same thing? Everyone’s newsletters look the same. Everyone’s websites are starting to look the same. Same. Same. Same.
Don’t worry, you’re not alone;
I’ve faced this issue many times throughout my business journey. And what I’ve come to learn is that marketing is 10% what you say and 90% how you say it. Now if you’re marketing your company using the same methods as everyone else in your industry not only is it going to be hard to stand out but chances are your business will never be innovative enough to stay ahead of the pack.
And in my opinion there is no marketing tool more powerful in today’s business world than LinkedIn if your business is primarily B2B. With over 300 million users and 49% of those being key decision makers, LinkedIn has ultimately become one of the most valuable marketing resources of the 21st century.

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