When networking with bloggers, always look at the middle – the B list. That is where all the goodies are.
B-list bloggers are very warm, supportive, helpful, and open to connections. They have much more time on their hands compared to Pro Bloggers and thus can contribute lots in terms of social support, share knowledge and plenty more stuff.
Now, coming back to Facebook – as you can see, there is surely a benefit when it comes to B-List networking. So, the question is – where do such bloggers hang out? Some of them are on Facebook, but not all.
They hangout on sites like Kingged and you should too.
10 Tips to Leverage the Power of Kingged
You know social media is the wave of the future.
You don’t know, however, just how well you can use that social media for your own business.
For many business owners who haphazardly throw things out on Twitter or Facebook - you’re missing the point.
And you’re missing a ridiculous amount of money.
Why not ensure that your social media is actually working for you?
Social Media Monitoring Tools
How could Instagram be useful to your blog?
Do you know how to use Instagram?
Instagram has very quickly become the app that we all love as an alternative to the tired format of the somewhat beleaguered Facebook
List of twitter heavy-weights who values their followers and follow them back.
Lets face it folks Cyber Bullying is happening, it’s going on while you are reading this, someone somewhere is firing off their ridiculous threats and trying to undermine the very foundations of someone’s soul, all for cheap thrills and being sick and depraved in the way they are treating another fellow human-being.
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