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Get The Most Out Of Facebook

Share The Facebook Blog | Facebook Facebook Tips: What's the Difference between Top News and Most Recent? … The following is part of our series, Facebook Tips, whic… Facebook Advertisements

Maximizing LinkedIn for Sales and Social Media Marketing: An Unofficial, Practical Guide to Selling & Developing B2B Business on LinkedIn – Free 40 Page Preview

Neal Schaffer helped revolutionize the way professionals utilize LinkedIn with his award-winning book Windmill Networking: Understanding, Leveraging & Maximizing LinkedIn. He now does the same to enlighten companies how to develop business on LinkedIn with Maximizing LinkedIn for Sales and Social Media Marketing. Thought LinkedIn was just for job seekers? Think again. LinkedIn is the … Continue reading

Social Media Cheaters?

This may end up a series…lot of stories to tell. How do you know you really like someone you’ve met online?  What’s the main attraction?  What makes a person so interested in another person they’ve never met or even talked to?  So you look through their photo albums, read everything from top to bottom on … Continue reading

Introducing…Freedom Radio!

A proper introduction of Freedom Radio News & Culture Television Network. This short introduction video is designed to establish purpose and identity of programming to Freedom Radio’s viewing audience. “Freedom is a road seldom traveled by the multitudes.” To watch more episodes, visit http://www.freedomradioepisodes.blogspot.com [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/AYLC80QC%5D

How to Monitor Social Media in 10 Minutes a Day

Social media can be beneficial to your business, provided you treat it like a conversation. That means monitoring is equally as important as posting news. But monitoring different channels can take a lot of time. Furthermore, where do you start! In this 20-page eBook you will learn about the most important elements you should be monitoring … Continue reading

Introducing the next great filmmaker…

Producer, Director & President of Programming Freedom Radio News & Culture Television Network Ralph L. Crowder III is a committed Parent of two teen-aged children who inspire his personal growth, creativity and passion. The connection to his family experiences gives him purpose to use his gifts, talents and contributions to Media for the greater good of all. Mr. Crowder’s interest … Continue reading

The Revolution

This video highlights the phenomena known as Social Media. The impact it’s having on entire countries, cultures, age groups and business in general is mind-blowing. Are you connected? You should be. Businesses are slowly coming on board, adopting social media initiatives, dedicating entire departments and budgets to annihilate the competition. Where will your business be … Continue reading

Once Upon A Time, ABC First Look

First Look at “Once Upon A Time”

I’m a sucker for fairytales. ABC’s new lineup, “Once Upon A Time” promises to captivate the audience by bridging the gap between the make-believe and our world. Take a look, will you be watching? via @abctweets: “Welcome to a world where fairytales are real. Anna Swan is like any other 28 year old, until she … Continue reading

Learning LinkedIn From the Experts, Free HubSpot, Inc. eBook

  Learning LinkedIn From the Experts, Free HubSpot, Inc. eBook. Receive Your Complimentary eBook NOW! “Learning LinkedIn From the Experts“ Find out how you can use LinkedIn to grow your network and business. In HubSpot’s newest LinkedIn eBook, five LinkedIn specialists provide key insight into how you can use LinkedIn to successfully grow your network … Continue reading

Charlies Angels ABC's First Look

Charlie’s Angels – First Look

I might just start watching TV again… Charlie’s Angels is Back! As a child growing up in the 70’s this was one of my fave shows to watch. Action, drama and beauty. Fast forward to the millennium, with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Bernie Mac as Bosley, you had me hooked! (I don’t … Continue reading