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10 Common Email Etiquette Mistakes to Avoid in Your Marketing Campaigns

Kevin George — December 17, 2018 Follow @imkevin_monk — December 17, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay Man is a social animal. We set ourselves apart from animals by how we communicate and present ourselves. Similarly, the notion of a brand is built on how the brand portrays itself in the eyes of its customers and prospects. … Continue reading 10 Common Email Etiquette Mistakes to Avoid in Your Marketing Campaigns

Repost Etiquette: The Basics on How to Properly Share User Generated Content

by Dhariana Lozano Follow @DhariLoSeptember 1, 2016 Besides having a solid social strategy, strong visual content is a must to increase your reach and following on social media. One tactic to building a strong visual presence on social media (without spending a fortune on production) is to curate your feed by reposting content created by … Continue reading Repost Etiquette: The Basics on How to Properly Share User Generated Content

Warning: Poor LinkedIn Etiquette Offends Contacts and Shrinks Network

by Jo Lynn Deal July 11, 2016 Follow @jolynndealJuly 11, 2016 Here’s the good news. As your LinkedIn network grows, the frequency of your LinkedIn connection requests will increase. It’s the law of attraction – like attracts like. With every connection request you accept, your second and third level connections begin to see that others … Continue reading Warning: Poor LinkedIn Etiquette Offends Contacts and Shrinks Network

Learning Social Etiquette: How to Craft the Perfect Message on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

by Laura Cole May 22, 2016May 22, 2016 Ah, social media. Arguably the greatest and most revolutionary tool in contemporary marketing, it has the potential to make or break your business while also minimising your spend on promotional campaigns. The social platform can also serve as the glue that binds an integrated marketing campaign together, … Continue reading Learning Social Etiquette: How to Craft the Perfect Message on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn