How Blogging, Tweeting Can Expand Your Online Presence

“To build online influence in the age of social media, you must build a powerful online presence and consistently publish your thought leadership insights through a professional blog site,” says Stephanie Sammons, founder of Wired Advisor, a company that helps advisors set up search engine optimized blogs. “Blogging allows you to attract your target audience, cultivate relationships, accelerate referrals, and showcase how and why you're different.”

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Comments (2)
Twitter is the right place to connect with your ideal customers, and others in your industry.Twitter is home to several chats, which revolve around using the same hash tag in your tweets at a given time, to participate in a community. They're a great way to meet people with similar interests.
Also blogging in your site and guest blogging helps to improve your online presence.
Posted by KIMMY B | Wednesday, May 01 2013 at 6:07AM ET
Today, the social media is the right platform to promote and popularize your business. It provides tremendous exposure to the targeting customers. This consequently leads to connect the people and make a market network of similar interests. It is profitable for the business concerns.
Posted by Muhammad Tariq M | Thursday, May 23 2013 at 2:41AM ET
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