Weekly Social Media Wrap Up – Articles and Links – 1-25-13

Weekly Social Media Wrap Up 1-25-13Each week, we list the 8 most popular or helpful articles we’ve seen and shared during the week on our social networks (in no particular order). Articles this week include tips on the new Facebook Nearby for local businesses, 5 ways to use Instagram, great tips for driving traffic to your site, a list of books on social media and more…

(1) 5 Ways Marketers Can Use InstagramThis article shares some really good ideas for using Instagram

(2) 12 Most Helpful Books on Social MediaLooking for some good books on social media? This looks like a great list!

(3) How to Leverage Facebook Nearby for Business – 5 Actions to Take NowThis is an excellent resource for local businesses!

(4) 6 Ways to Uncover Highly Targeted Referral ProspectsVery helpful tips for getting referrals.

(5) Twitter Makes Embedded Tweets More Detailed, Easier to EmbedA helpful update from Twitter.

(6) 3 Tools for Backing-Up Your Social Media AccountsLooking for a way to back up your accounts? Here are some options.

(7) The Top 10 Ways to Get the Traffic You CraveReally good tips on getting traffic!

(8) Getting Started With the New Myspace: What Businesses Need to Know A great resource if you want to check out the new Myspace!

I hope you get some great social media marketing tips from this list of resources!


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About Terry League

Terry helps small business owners with social media strategy, training and account management. With a background in marketing and training, she enjoys combining those two areas to teach business owners how to get the most out of their social media marketing. Connect with Terry on Twitter and Instagram @TerryLeague for more on social media with a mix of positive motivation and inspiration.


  1. thank you for this list of articles. They are all awesome!
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