Friday Handshake Report: #FactFriday

by Sarah Hayes on August 26, 2016

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It's Friday!

Here are some fun facts for you to think on this last full weekend of August (or shall we say summer...because who really thinks summer thoughts once September comes?!). 

If you have any #factfriday wisdom to share with 21 Handshake, please send them our way on our social channels! We would love to shake hands with you online. 

Without further ado #factfriday:

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And how true this is! Think of all those 'free' logoed coffee cups you have in the back of your cabinet. #factfriday

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Totally on board with this #factfriday. I am currently witnessing this happening with many of our clients blogs! Quality content makes Google happy...which makes me happy. Find other content marketing stats here

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2.307 Billion Active Social Media Users! Now if that's not a #factfriday indication that your business needs to be on social media....enough said. 

And here is what you missed this week on 21 Handshake:

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5 Main Benefits of Post-Specific Content Upgrade

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The Facts Between Blog Directory Submission And Search Engines

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Why Most Gated Content Fails to Capture Leads

Four pitfalls of gated content that might cost you leads and two advantages of when to use gated content to further your customers along the sales funnel. 

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How Social Media Employee Advocacy Can Boost Twitter Engagement

Adopt these top 3 best practices from Starbucks and Zappos on how you can boost Twitter engagement with social media employee advocacy. 

 

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Sarah Hayes

Project Manager at 21 Handshake, a strategic marketing company, driven to grow relationship-driven businesses. A self described life long learner that thrives on detail, I love bringing these skills to the table to help others succeed.

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