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5 Reasons A Professional Blogger Should Attend Social Media Conferences

by, Kristin Wheeler I just returned from BlogHer 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. While this was my first BlogHer and first large social media conference, I attended the more community-oriented SoFabCon and the more intimate Bloggy Boot Camp. Despite the differences between the conferences, I noticed commonalities that I believe represent reasons you should consider attending…

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How did Traditional Advertising Lose its Trust Factor?

Written by Sam Freeze Millennials, like me, have grown up being completely bombarded by traditional advertising at every pore available. They’re at every sporting event we attend, every newspaper we pick up and on every TV show we watch, but do we trust these ads? What should we trust? Peer recommendations through blog marketing, for…

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App Review Series: Dropbox

I’d heard of Dropbox before and in fact I’d used it to get hold of some professional photos we had taken a few years back. The photographer had uploaded them to there and I just had to create an account myself to download them. Simple! Since then I’d not used it, though I had recently…

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The Disconnect Between Women and Marketing

Written by Account Services Intern, Erin Piepenbrok As women begin to wield more and more influence over the worldwide economy, it’s clear that all aspects of business must adapt and tailor their approach to connect with the female shopper. Currently, connecting with the female shopper is a formula that’s still being demystified, but those businesses…

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Snackable Content: Sound Bites to Fulfill Your Hunger for Information

Written by Account Service Intern, Brett Sosnik Professional bloggers are just that, pros at making “snackable” content. What is that exactly? There are three primary times to eat during the day: breakfast, lunch and dinner and these large, filling meals help keep our appetites suppressed throughout the day. However, a small snack is often needed…

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App Review Series: WordPress

App Review Series: This series is written by members of Social Fabric to educate other members about new apps, how to use them, and their opinions about the apps. These are not sponsored posts, but written by members who volunteered to do a review. Every once in a while you’ll see me write this in the…

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Why Are Women So Crazy for Content?

Face it. We are content freaks. We consume more content and partake on more social networks than ever.  We are using the Internet 17 percent more than men. Many women are becoming professional bloggers. We have become the early adopters for much of today’s technology and tech devices: smartphones and their usage, tablets, Skype, Instagram,…

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App Review Series: StumbleUpon!

App Review Series: This series is written by members of Social Fabric to educate other members about new apps, how to use them, and their opinions about the apps. These are not sponsored posts, but written by members who volunteered to do a review. Stumble into an Epic Surfing Experience with the StumbleUpon App Internet surfing…

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Adding Value Back into Online Relationships

Written by Ted Rubin FACEBOOK HAS DONE AN AMAZING THING—they now own the word friend. The problem is that they have devalued the word while adding value to their brand. In today’s digital age, the word friend means (more often than not) that you exchanged a keystroke with someone. When we’re concentrating on developing relationships, however, we need to take back…

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