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In UMBC Bookstore Twitter Contests, Everyone Wins

Interacting with your customers online is more important than ever — and especially for college stores, where you can reach the majority of your audience at any time on Twitter, Facebook and other platforms. Find out how the UMBC Bookstore gets new followers every day with a mix of plenty of fun contests and frequent interaction:

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How Does Pinterest Compare to Other Social Networks?

Pinterest is often the forgotten social network when it comes to your business communicating with customers. But it might be time for that to change. Find out how:

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Do You Know about These Secret Facebook Functions You Should Be Using?

With frequent regular updates, it’s easy to miss a feature or two on big social media sites. Here are the ones you need to know about:

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What’s New on Social Media Sites

What are the latest features from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google+ and Instagram?

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Is the Era of Free Social Media Marketing Ending?

People might not like it, but social media outlets may become even more reliant on “pay-to-play” models. How will this affect your business? Come read and find out for yourself:

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How to Get Started on Social Media for Absolute Beginners

You’ve seen a lot of posts about using your social media on Foreword Online. Here’s one to help you get started in the first place:

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Communicating with Your Students via Twitter

Whether you’re a social media expert or a Twitter beginner, here are some helpful, easy tips to take your tweeting to the next level:

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Where to Begin with Social Media

Looking to start a social media account for your store? We’ve found an article we think can help! Read more:

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Social Media Tips That Work — and You Probably Aren’t Using

Everyone knows social media is a great way to get connected with your audience, but not everyone uses it in the most effective ways. Here are great ways to improve engagement with students that not everybody uses, but everybody should. For more:

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Bigger Isn’t Always Better When Posting

Is there an overall rule to what length a post should be? The 140 character limit for Twitter may seem like a clear guideline, but does it mean you should aim for as close to the max as possible? The answer may surprise you:

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