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Chris Abraham
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Social media marketing and digital PR strategist
Social media marketing and digital PR strategist

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There is no reason why the executives at Facebook and Twitter couldn’t offer ad revenue share to their users in much the same way that Google offers AdSense revenue share to their users — and not only corporate and elite members but to everyone who opts in and is willing to sign up and jump through whatever hoops. 

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The more the messier for content marketing SEO success

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Everything requires a vanguard of the proletariat, a catalyst, a shove, a newsie, a royal entrance fanfare, even the King! So, the moment I post this onto Biznology, I’ll do the following.

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Lovely Kristen Matthews wrote an ebook for a client that is full of data pertaining to last years online shopping trends and has creative strategies on how to use these shopping trends and help marketers make the most out of their planning for the holiday season and Q4. Strategies are easy to implement so this is a great resource for anyone who may be questioning whether or not their Q4 plan is as epic as it can be.

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Episode 64 of the #FIR podcast is up. Chris Abraham, Cindy Crescenzo, and Steve Farnsworth join host Shel Holtz to talk about Breitbart News’ call for a boycott of Kellogg’s after the cereal company pulled its ads, the suggestion that we should stop measuring employee engagement, PR’s ability to propel Virtual Reality into the mainstream, the need for brands and agencies to adapt to a voice-driven world (with Amazon Echo and Google Home becoming new means of searching and engaging), the latest from the fake news front, and much more.

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Automatically share blog posts to social media with Blog2Social

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Not only is Google a Glutton, but he’s always hungry — and a picky eater, too. In a perfect world, all of Google’s food would be steamy hot, bold with spices and herbs, and nutritionally rich. If you and I don’t constantly develop ways to provide Google with all the taste-sensations, fresh out of the pan, out of the oven, and then beautifully-plated, then Google’ll definitely reheat leftovers — hell, he’ll fish out the meals ready to eat (MREs). But, honestly, Google would always prefer to eat healthy. Quality over quantity. Google would love to get enough fiber, enough vitamins and minerals, enough healthy fat and presentation.

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It’s time for you to really invest in your own personal or professional social platforms. As lines are being drawn, it’s time to make sure all your hard-wrought creative work lives on your own blog or website instead of on someone else’s.

While we both know you’re not a purveyor of so-called fake-news, if you’re not a proper J-school-certified and verified reporter, you might end up on the wrong side of the social media content filter.

Fake news has been in the real news recently. In order to protect their readers, Facebook and others are considering filtering out the fake from the real in order to slow down or even stop a proliferation of willful and wanton deceit.

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If you have a Concept2 erg and haven’t retrofitted your Model A, B, C, D, or E Indoor Rower to the PM5 performance monitor, I most highly recommend the splurge of $160-$180, depending on the model of your rowing machine. Turnkey wireless everything you’ll need, including ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart. So now, heart rate monitors and rowing apps are a wireless snap.
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