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@markwschaefer I understand what you said Mark. It can definitely be frustrating to face the spam.
7 months, 2 weeks ago on 3 Questions You Should Ask Before Debating “Black Hat” Tactics
@PowerUser100 You're welcome. Glad to hear you enjoyed reading the post.
Gentleman, you nailed it in this post. Thanks for this detailed post, I'm going to share this with my team. I'd also love to hear your thoughts on my recent YouMoz. It's here - http://www.seomoz.org/ugc/the-ultimate-guide-to-advanced-guest-blogging
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@DrErica Thanks for the comment and sharing your experience Eric. Appreciate it.
1 year, 2 months ago on Creating Results Based Content Strategy
@blondishnet That's correct Nile. I totally agree with you. When you interact with the same group of people, you can expect only good words from them. So it is wise choice to interact with others as well rather than staying in the same line.
@Shelley Alexander Hey Shelley, glad to hear you enjoyed this post. Let me know how these things work for you when you implement them in your strategy. I would love to hear your experience.
@Clint Butler Thanks Clint, that sounds great. Glad to help!
@itechcode You're welcome mate. Glad you liked it.
@HotBlogTips Hi Brian, thanks for your detailed comment. I really appreciate it.
When talking about your questions, my intention was to let the readers know that come up with uniqueness in the content when you want to share something with your social media fans/followers. It is no problem to share one of your recent posts on all your social media outlets because It is hard for everyone to notice your updates at all the channels and being able to read the same. So one fan/follower might be active on Twitter and the other guys could be on Facebook or anywhere else, so you can definitely share the same updates in your social media channels but not with the same piece of content you've written.
I hope this makes sense.