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Digital marketing strategies for small business growth.
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10 of The Most Controversial Productivity Tips That Actually Work: http://buff.ly/13XE9PB

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What do hiring managers REALLY care about?

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Facebook's New Page Layout 2014 - What Matters to You http://buff.ly/1nh0ZKe via ➡ TabSite.com

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Are you looking for a new attraction channel for your consumer brand?
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“Failure is the condiment that gives success its flavor.” - Truman Capote

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9 Qualities Of Truly Confident People: by Dharmesh Shah

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exactly what I needed, thank you Hugh
Google+ Cover Template That Works for All Monitor Resolutions

When most people upload an image for a social media network like Google+ or Facebook they usually go by how it looks on their own monitor, but there’s a problem with that approach when it comes to our Google+ cover photos because there are variables that can affect the actual dimensions of the image on the screen. Unlike Facebook, where the image is a fixed size no matter the size of the viewers monitor, Google went with a responsive design and the image shrinks and expands as the monitor size increases. In addition, depending on whether the viewer sees 2 or 3 columns or the bio in the profile box to the left of the cover image is 2 lines or 3, the sides of the image can be cropped. So, even though your fancy new cover looks great to you on your monitor, it may look different to someone on a smaller or larger monitor, or on a mobile app.

I created a template with an overlay that shows the safe areas so your cover will look good at all monitor sizes and mobile apps. Click here to download. http://hughbriss.com/g+template-layers.psd
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Run or Dye - San Luis Obispo in May 2014 - Registration just opened! Will I see you there?
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Missed a call from area code 268 809 876 284 or 473? DON'T call back

RT Derek Bryan: The Science of Liking: Why Do People “Like” Brands on Facebook? http://buff.ly/1fL99ny
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