David Shares His Advice on Using Twitter, Facebook, and Blogs

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How Dennis Is Building a Twitter Following to support his RC Toys Business

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How Connor uses Twitter for his Financial Services Company

Interviewer’s Note:  Happy Black Friday!  Hope everybody has had a successful day.  To help you unwind, here’s our latest interview, with one Connor Traut who talks about his discovered aptitude for financial savvy sparked an impressive business. Hi Connor!  Welcome to the Pluggio blog.  How do you describe your business?   My business, TrautFinancial, is…

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Quantas Messes Up On Social Media?

I recently read an article entitled ” Qantas Shows How Not to Do Social Media ” on the Social Graf. I’m always interested to read about social gaffes- after all, what better opportunities do we have to learn how to do things?! But the article was something of a let-down. Maybe I was expecting another…

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How An Electrician Uses Twitter to Promote His Services

Interviewer’s Note:  Today’s interview may be short, but it’s still a great reminder of how useful social media and Twitter can be to almost any industry or company.  If you’re resourceful, you can find a use for it and see it contribute to your bottom line.  I spoke with Alfred Hudson, who runs a Southern…

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Showing Holiday Gratitude to your Customers

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