Unfollowing Active Twitter Followers Is Bad Marketing

Unfollowing Active Twitter Followers? Usually Bad Marketing!

Unfollowing Active Twitter Followers Is Bad Marketing

You follow me, I follow you back. Or vice versa. After a while you unfollow me.

Not because I spammed you or annoyed you. For other reasons.

I will unfollow you. No matter who you are.

Irrespective whether my reaction is right or wrong, what did you get? I was your potential customer. But you turned your back on me, so I did the same. How did your action help your Twitter marketing? (more…)

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Switching Wordpress Blogs to Https Without Losing Social Proof

How to Switch WP Blogs to Https Without Losing Social Proof

Switching WordPress Blogs to Https Without Losing Social Proof

Switching your blog to https has a significant impact on the social proof related to all published posts.

While the share count buttons for Twitter and LinkedIn will preserve the figures they previously displayed, the buttons for Facebook, Google+, Pinterest and Stumbleupon will reset to zero.

That’s because the latter social media networks don’t consider https pages as being the same thing as their relevant http versions. (more…)

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