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Integrated online marketing includes promoting your blog.


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Integrated online marketing is all about creating ways for all of your online marketing to connect and start working together for the greater good - instead of being a standalone island. One way you can start integrating your online marketing is by adding your blog content to your Facebook Fan Page.

Social Media is all about creating community and figuring out ways to offer value your your "Fans", "Followers", & "Contacts". Instead of having people jump all around to several different site to get your message why not make it easy on them by offering more content in all the areas you promote your company.

Typically the first thing people ask, when we suggest they add their blog to their Facebook Fan Page, is how do we do that? Well, you are in luck Brandwise has developed an eBook on that very topic. Our goal was to help all our clients, prospects and friends learn how to accomplish a more integrated online marketing approach on Facebook.

So if you are interested in setting up your blog on a Facebook Fan Page, just download and read this eBook.

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Posted by: Dale Berkebile

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Instead of embed facebook fans on our blogs it would be takes energy to handle facebook content. because Blog and facebook need to be different contents..according to social media marketing tech

posted @ Saturday, January 16, 2010 1:27 AM by Arham | online media strategist

Thank you for this comment. We will look into this and see if there is a better solution available than adding a blog to your Fan Page. I will personally look into this since I am unable to read the content on the blog link you provided.

posted @ Monday, January 18, 2010 2:00 PM by Dale Berkebile

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