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4) Twitter – Very few chiropractors have tapped into the power of this microblogging platform. It allows you to monitor conversation real time. Twitter also has an awesome search function where you can search what’s happening now by certain keywords. There are over two and a half million articles in English on Wikipedia. 75% of Americans watch at least one video online a month. YouTube alone has hundreds of millions of videos being viewed daily.
There are over 200-million blogs on the internet. Just under 60% of the people online have joined a social network. VOLVO Championship this week, the first Royal Golf Club will be held in Bahrain, a total of 126 contestants, who together won 26 games in the European Tour last year. Starting next year, only the 2011 season to win a championship players can participate in the game. The key is to get your articles into the top article directories. You do not have to spend all day submitting them, but find 4-5 directories you like and submit to them consistently.
This can really pay off in traffic today and in the future too! Twello is the search engine for Twitters, Twitter grader measures the power of your profile Tweetlater is a great keyword and tracking tool while friend or follow and less friends helps you determine who your friends are and who you are just following. “Blog” is a word that sounds too big to use for these mini updates, though. They can be compared to status updates on a Facebook profile.
E.g., “Bob is getting ready for work.” Or, “Dianna is glad that she remembered to put on her makeup before she left the house today.” This is the microblog, but it is far more than just a periodic status update. People now using imcroblogging to exchange video, audio, pictures, selling, socializing, and et.al.