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Facebook Page Admins Not Permanent

Facebook Page Admins Not Permanent

I wrote a post recently over at Syndicating Your Content about the problems associated with creating a “like” page for your client’s business at Facebook. The problem at that time was that if you weren’t logged in as your client, creating the page from their profile but your own profile, you became a permanent admin [...]

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Do You Search on Google, or Facebook?

Do You Search on Google, or Facebook?

Facebook is currently the most “searched on: brand in the U.S. according to Bill Tancer at HitWise.com. HitWise Intelligence is a leading source for insights about online marketing, e-commerce and industry trends. If you have a small business, you need to seriously look at having a Facebook Fan page.  It’s a valuable, inbound link from [...]

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Debra Simpson Speaks To The San Marcos Chamber About Facebook

Debra Simpson Speaks To The San Marcos Chamber About Facebook

On Wednesday, June 17th, I’ll be sharing tips on using Facebook to market your business. The discussion begins at 8am at the San Marcos Chamber office, located at 939 Grand Avenue. RSVPs are required and there’s a $5 charge, continental breakfast included. Make sure to bring business cards for networking. I hope to see you [...]

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Sparkplugging Shares Government Resources for Women Business Owners

Sparkplugging Shares Government Resources for Women Business Owners

| November 11, 2008 | 0 Comments

I know you wonder why a solopreneur would want to use Facebook in business, but here’s a great reason to network online. (yes, it is worth the time to market your business online) One of my Facebook friends, Anita Campbell, Small Biz Trends, shared this resource for women solopreneurs.  Let me know if it helps.Technorati [...]

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