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1 million Facebook fans brings in an average of 826 likes and 309 comments per post

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Social media brand monitoring platform, Simplify360, explored the relationship between the number of Facebook fans and engagement level to reveal that on an average, each new post generates 826 likes and 309 comments.
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Why Bing Could Beat Google in Social Search

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When you look at the numbers, there’s no doubt that Google is the clear leader among search engines. But if recent moves by Google and Bing, in which both added social indicators to their search algorithms, are any indication, then social search could be the thing of the future.

We have to wonder then, if social search is indeed the next big thing, if Bing could have found some solid ground to stand on in taking on the big G.
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How To Turn Every Post Into A Sticky Web For Readers

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With this post, find secrets that not only draws interest in to your post, but transforms the post into a sticky web of curiosity that will inevitably get people to subscribe as email / RSS long term readers for massively returning traffic.
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Social Media Do’s & Dont’s: How Businesses Should Properly Engage with Social Media

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What are the rules for social media engagement in the social Web? How often should you post on Facebook? How should you handle customer complaints on Twitter?

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4 Ways NOT to Promote Your SMB Blog

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You’ve started blogging. You’re now spending your time mining your analytics, answering your customers’ most common questions and doing your best to provide a great resource for your industry. You’ve got that part down.
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