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Participating in Social Networking can be a roller coaster ride. These articles will help you make the most out of all the online resources available to you and will help you avoid some of the common pitfalls. Learn the best way to use Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Pinterest and other social media applications.

Part of the novelty of the Pokémon Go craze is that it allows players to enter a virtual world beyond the boring old neighborhoods and streets we’re all used to. However, it’s important that players keep at least one foot in the physical world as well. Although Pokémon Go has been rightfully credited with getting...

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Are you getting frustrated with your Pokémon Go game? Does it seem impossible to catch those ever elusive pocket monsters? If you already know the basics of the game and are ready to finally get serious about catching them all, then you better have a strategy in place (the fact that only one person has...

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On Facebook, you link up with friends, while on Twitter its followers. On the surface, it might seem like these are just different names but there’s more to it than just that. Facebook Facebook uses the word “friend” for a reason. The whole feel of Facebook is one of casual friendliness, and they’ve built their...

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It can be easy to forget, but Twitter is a forum that’s filled with other people, and it’s a very public forum. Acting the wrong way can quickly blow out of proportion, and users of all walks have found themselves suddenly in bad situations from a faux pas. To help you avoid the same fate,...

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Space Out Posts Having a slew of posts one right after another is a sure way to lose friends and followers. Go ahead and post multiple times a day, but put a couple hours between them. For businesses, frequent posting is a good way to get your posts marked as spam and alienate customers. The...

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Even if you only stick to the biggest social media sites, there’s a lot of choices that all seem somewhat similar. However, each one has a different feel and style that should influence how you interact on them and use them. Facebook Picture Facebook like a series of casual social gatherings, such as reunions, coffee...

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Almost every social media site out there is free for users. For many of them, they will continue to be free no matter how much you use them. But they’re not providing a free public service. Like all companies, they’re in this to make money. So how on earth do they do it? Advertising The...

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You’re Probably Already Part of It Do you have a Gmail account, YouTube account, or other Google username? Then you’re already set up to work Google+. When Google launched the service, they merged all of their accounts together, so you can access Google+ through link that says “+yourname” in your Google account. Set up Your...

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On-the-Go Only Many social media sites are built to run through your existing internet browser, but not Instagram. Instagram was built with smartphones in mind, and more specifically smartphones with cameras. While Instagram photos and feeds can be viewed on computers, your profile, photos, and posts are all managed through the app. The whole idea...

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Sign Up Like most social media site, Pinterest runs primarily through your internet browser, but also has an app for your mobile device. However, Pinterest is especially powerful while browsing on your computer. To sign up, go to the Pinterest site. You can either create a unique profile, or link your account to your Facebook...

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