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Spring Speaking Engagements – Seeking Social Media Training?

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  • 21 Mar 2011
Whoa! Speaking engagements are popping up like tulips this spring!! Its always a pleasure and a compliment when we get asked to teach trade organizations or networking groups about online marketing and social media. Speaking of Social Media… You can find us out in the community helping the following groups go social: 3-23-11 – Facebook

Facebook: Back in the Day, What Would They Say???

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  • 16 Sep 2010
Hey Facebook fans! Thought you would get a kick out of this; we did!!! Seriously though….what do you think some of our leaders from the past would have done with Facebook??? We would love to hear what companies & leaders inspire you on Facebook – please comment 🙂 And while you’re there….Like Cal Coast Web

What to do if you only have 15 minutes to do for SMO??

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  • 01 Aug 2010
Finding time to update all your SMO accounts may be difficult. Keeping things short and simple is the Cal Coast way, and we want to show you that 15 minutes a day can help take your SMO campaign to the next level. Each step includes something you can do in your 15 minutes a day so rotate

How to Manage Your Facebook Fan "Like" Page

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  • 01 Aug 2010
So much you can do to your Facebook Fan “Like” page! Below are some useful tips and tricks to keep your Fans interested and coming back for more. Use the below tips and tricks as part of your 15 minutes a day in Facebook. This can help launch your SEO and SMO campaign to the

The Difference Between A Personal Profile & Fan Page on Facebook

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  • 01 Aug 2010
Really quick I think we need to establish the difference between your fan page and profile page. Here are some differences so you understand each account better. Its important to understand the limitations your accounts may or may not have. Profile Page: This is your personal page that you connect with friends and family. You

Free Step by Step Instructions on How to Create A Discussion on Facebook

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  • 01 Aug 2010
Log into Your Facebook Account Go to Your Fan “like” Page Click Discussion on your Top Tabs Click Start New Topic Type in Topic Type in Post Click Post New Topic It will now post for all your fans to see. Make it something catchy and engaging to people take part in this discussion. This
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