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Guide To Social Media Marketing

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Erik Robie

Erik Robie

Erik is a writer, small business developer, and photographer, making his home in Northern Colorado. He has been publishing his writing for 15 years, and occasionally sells his photos when he can pull himself away from the keyboard. When he's not writing the CRM, HelpDesk, and Shopping Cart categories for Merchant Maverick, he can usually be found on his mountain bike, playing volleyball, hiking with his camera, or keeping the local coffee shops in business.
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    Julia Williams

    Hi Eric,
    To begin with, I wish to praise on a superb article. A great post to sink our teeth within and make us function. I liked the detailed guide. Didn’t know that Pinterest does play a significant component here. In my service, I seriously engage on Facebook and LinkedIn and also it does aid me a great deal.
    Question! You discussed some of the Pros and Cons of Twitter, however, is it the social media platform we truly have to prevent? Or does the people doesn’t use it properly?
    Thanks once more for this article. It made my day. This has to be shared at once as well as I’m looking forward to your brand-new posts.

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