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8 Superior WordPress Plug-ins for eCommerce

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To help small businesses establish their online presence, we’ve generated a list of great ecommerce plug-ins that function with WordPress.
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How Social Media Is Fueling the Food Truck Phenomenon

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Food trucks experienced a boom just as the economy started to tank. Social media has played a huge role in making the trucks more accessible, but also developing a loyal community.
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10 Reasons Why PR Professionals Should Be Using Social Video

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So as many social media responsibilities are being taken on by PR departments, we are seeing public relations teams becoming more actively involved in the creation and deployment of social video content. Viral videos, branded entertainment, web series videos and video game trailers top the list along with original, entertaining product launch videos. This new breed of video content, rather than simply supplementing the efforts of PR teams, is often spearheading them.
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Vancouver Police Ask the Public for Photo & Video Evidence of Rioters

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The mayor of Vancouver and the city’s police department have asked for people to submit photos and videos of rioting, following the Canucks loss in the Stanley Cup Finals.
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Twitter Users Want Brands to Respond to Their Questions

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Each day, Twitter users post more than 100,000 questions* to followers on the microblogging site, according to a study by inboxQ. Nearly six in ten of such users say they would welcome answers from companies, provided the quality of answers was as good as or better than those from followers.

Among surveyed Twitter users who have posted questions on Twitter:

59% of those with 100+ followers are open to receiving answers from brands.

57% of those with fewer than 100 followers are open to responses from brands.

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