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Guest Post: Don’t Overdo Your Facebook Marketing, Anita Brady


Marketing is a huge part of any startup. And what’s effective marketing without the use of social media? Breaking ground on your own social media campaign can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. Today, we feature a guest post by the industry veteran and president of 123Print, Anita Brady. As she shares her experience with social media marketing, we’re sure that many of you will be more confident with moving your own social media plans forward.

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Grab Bag: Sharing Overload


Simplicity is a beautiful thing. Social media sites are often regarded as the pinnacle of simple communication. However, social media overload can greatly detract from its charms, leaving users frustrated, and worse, overwhelmed. See what we mean here.

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Apple iPhone5: High Expectations for a Record-Setting Price Tag


The rumor of an outrageous $800 iPhone 5 swept through the Twitterverse today, with fans speculating on what would justify that sky-high price. Apple products are known for being pricy and breaking some of the industry’s biggest records, but will the iPhone 5 come packed with features that no one could’ve predicted? Will the iPhone 5 meet fans high expectations? Rather than speculate about fact, we gathered the funniest ideas proposed on Twitter. The results are hilarious.

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LaunchHaven Meets DEMO | Launch Your Product on DEMO’s Global Stage (8/16/2012)


In January, we posed the question “What do you want to launch in 2012?” After months of successful pitches, network building, and an all-out great time, we’re ready to kick LaunchHaven up a notch. This month, LaunchHaven is partnering with Startup America/Startup Connecticut on a special DEMO edition of LaunchHaven. Startup Connecticut is sending one lucky Connecticut startup to a nationwide competition for a ticket to DEMO.

Check out this event that you won’t want to miss!

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