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Adrienne Erin

Covers:  social media marketing, writing, design, infographics

Social media blogger/designer who loves sharing ideas and making awesome stuff. I write for @SiteProNews @BlogHerald @Socialnomics. Health tweets: @foodierx

Adrienne Erin's Biography

Adrienne Erin is a social media marketer and writer who has had her work featured on Content Marketing Institute, MarketingProfs, and Search Engine People. She writes a biweekly column for SiteProNews and was named one of Offerpop's must-read social marketers.

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The Instagram Purge's biggest losers

al.com — 2014 was a bad year for certain Instagram accounts, as well as certain celeb Instagrammers. As promised, Instagram deleted spammy accounts and followers, just as Facebook regularly does, in order to uphold authentic user experience as well as eliminate accounts and followers that were purchased specifically for puffing up popularity and visibility.

What this communications professional learned from pitching 100 blogs in 1 day

muckrack.com — I am an extremely competitive person. I regularly pitch bloggers and journalists. It's part of my job. I've sent thousands and thousands of emails looking for opportunities to write for new audiences, promote infographics and interactive pieces like this one, or earn my clients mentions around the web. But I am ...

How social media can help you keep your resolutions

al.com — Studies show that almost half of all Americans make New Year's resolutions regularly, but only 8 percent are successful in their quest for self-improvement or advancement. Most people approach it the same way: The promises we make at the start of the New Year are made with enthusiasm and excitement.

10 New Year's resolutions for PR pros

muckrack.com — With the advent of 2014, it's important to look back at 2013 and to evaluate yourself, whether in a personal way or with a business outlook. What were your successes? In what areas did you grow? Note those areas and celebrate them. As a PR professional, it's also important to ...

Are we in the final days of the internet troll?

al.com — Internet trolls and other unpleasant online personalities are as old as the Internet itself. The expression "don't feed the trolls" exists for a reason: To remind other netizens that attempting to interact with these often anonymous individuals is a waste of time. The purpose of such individuals is to offend, anger and in the more extreme cases...

4 Signs It's Time to Take Your Social Life Offline

al.com — Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. Instagram. Snapchat. The list of social media applications and websites that we have access to today is staggering if you think about it. When you take a step back and look at it, your social media usage might be staggering, too.

Insights from 500 publishers about pitching

muckrack.com — You have content to share. Whether it's to increase your guest blogging efforts, to gain a little publicity or to simply establish a larger network or reach, your success generally depends on your pitch. Because pitches determine what content is published and what is discarded, they are, in some regards, ...

How Social Media is Overshadowing Traditional Newspapers

al.com — News media have gone through a great deal of evolution over the years. Fifty years ago, newspapers were the norm, and people depended on daily deliveries to their doorsteps. Then, once the Internet was embraced, it was possible to get news from anywhere around the country, day or night, and often for free.

Counterfeit goods making the rounds on Facebook

al.com — Even those of us who are so accustomed to Facebook ads we barely notice them might start taking a closer look now that the holiday season is just around the corner. However, be aware that many Facebook ads that seem to be innocent and just offer chances to save money might actually be trying to get you to buy fake goods.

Tumblr for Marketing: Tapping into 420 Million Users

business2community.com — When Yahoo took over Tumblr, some thought the microblogging site was dead in the water, but they were totally wrong. Rather, the site grew and grew - both in terms of visitors and in the number of blogs. The reason for this?
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