Why Reachli is Ideal for Businesses Using Pinterest

Reachli is Ideal for Businesses

As with any site, the more exposure received the better it is for your brand, in particular organic exposure. Organic is content seen by people on the site and is numbers or views that are not inflated with fake or irrelevant accounts. Although once upon a time where views came from didn’t matter, today in social media it does, and knowing what tool can help you gain exposure without hurting your brand is a valuable lesson to learn prior to using any tools.

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Use Images to Gain More Readers on Your Blog

Use Images to Gain More Readers on Your Blog

If you’re wondering if there is a secret sauce to gaining more readers to your blog, there is. It is called Pinterest. This social image sharing site that many use as a website where you express your interests through pins into boards that store various images of the same topic and repin images of shared interest of others, to bloggers, Pinterest is the goddess of bringing more views to your blog, hence more readers.

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Why Quality Trumps Quantity at Nearly Every Level on Social Media

The Claw

It was the 2011 Driving Sales Executive Summit when I was asked by Joe Webb to participate in a debate about Twitter followers. I had around 100,000 followers at the time and he wanted me to argue for the side of quantity being more important than quality. This made perfect sense except for one fact: I don’t believe in quantity being a more important factor than quality. I did back in 2008 when Twitter was bright and shiny and “churning” for Twitter followers was a common technique, but those days are way behind us.

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Social Media Reputation: Wielding Your Power Accounts Properly

Power Account

This is Part 4 in a 5 part series. Please read the previous posts first or none of this will really make any sense.

So, you have your power accounts. You’ve done what was posted in the previous parts of this series and you have a strong individual presence on Facebook and Twitter at the least plus hopefully other social media sites like Google+ and Pinterest. It’s time to put these accounts into action and produce a return on your investment of time and energy. Where do you start?

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