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How to set up iGoogle as a Social Media Control Centre for RSS feeds

by on Mar 25, 2012

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The key to using Social Media efficiently and effectively for business it to set up a system that improves your workflow....

The key to using Social Media efficiently and effectively for business it to set up a system that improves your workflow.

I'll discuss some of the tools I use, where to find them, and show you how I use iGoogle - a personalized homepage - as a control centre to make sharing posts to my Facebook fans and Twitter followers easier. It's also a great way to organize RSS feeds (the collection of recent posts by my favourite blogs and websites) to help when I'm sharing content, directly from iGoogle, using Buffer.

{Bufferapp.com is described in another presentation...view it here: http://socialmediamarketingkelowna.com/set-up-buffer-to-automatically-share-blog-posts/}

Google has a number of tools, some that you might not have heard of, or don't realize Google owns (like YouTube).

Most businesses I speak to say they don't have time for social media - the key to using internet marketing in a profitable and successful was is to create an organized, efficient process...this series of Tutorials on Social Tools can help you with that!

Happy sharing!

If you like what you see, please favourite the slideshow, and pop over to visit us and connect:
http://facebook.com/BrightSparkSocialMedia

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