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I have web site. is it possible for me to add affiliation link in my web site . I am owner of this site . so can you please advise me how can i do it . thank you ..

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The 10 Most Overused Buzzwords on LinkedIn

The 10 Most Overused Buzzwords on LinkedIn

Take a look at your profile on LinkedIn. If you’ve used the word “creative” to describe yourself and all your many talents, you might want to go with another adjective. The popular professional networking site has released its list of the most overused buzzwords of 2012. For the second year in a row the word “creative” tops the list.

To create the list, LinkedIn says it analyzed more than 187 million profiles of members from around the world. In the U.S., LinkedIn determined that the most overused buzzwords and phrases on the site were:

1. creative
2. organizational
3. effective
4. motivated
5. extensive experience6. track record
7. innovative
8. responsible
9. analytical
10. problem solving

Related: 10 Mistakes Your Business Might Be Making on LinkedIn

“Your LinkedIn profile is an opportunity to define your professional identity,” LinkedIn senior data scientist Simla Ceyhan wrote in a recent post. “Set yourself apart in the new year by wiping your profile clean of buzzwords.”

Globally, the results varied slightly from the U.S. The most overused words worldwide are outlined in LinkedIn’s graphic below:

The 10 Most Overused Buzzwords on LinkedIn

Related: Projecting a Professional Image on LinkedIn

Do you agree with all the words on this list? Let us know in the comments below.

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How to add bullets in adobe Illustrator

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Hi I am using illustrator CS6. There is no bullet option I can se in type Menu bar
Please tell me how to add bullets in Paragraph.

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How to Promote Your Business Events on Facebook

How to Promote Your Business Events on Facebook

Creating events on Facebook can be an effective, low-cost way to market your business event. But business owners may not get the sales and new leads they’re hoping for if they overlook the many small details involved in event creation and promotion.

Here’s how to set up an event and what works best to promote it far and wide.

How to set up your event: First, let’s look at events as they appear to your Facebook fans.

Click on the Events link in your homepage sidebar to see the calendar view of all upcoming events. These will include friends’ birthdays, suggested events your Facebook friends have created and events you were invited to on Facebook. You can click on any event for more info, or to join or decline.

Related: 3 Strategies for Using Facebook’s Promoted Posts

To create your own event, first you need to add the Events App to your Facebook Page. Here’s a cheat sheet:

1. Click the Edit Page button at the top of your Facebook page.
2. Choose Update Info in the drop down menu.
3. Click the Apps link on the left sidebar to see all the apps you have available on ?your Facebook page.
4. Find the Events App and click the Edit Settings link. A pop-up box appears.
5. Click the (Add) link next to the (Tab: Available) text and then click the Okay ?button.
6. The pop-up box disappears and you now have the Event app showing where all of your apps appear on your Timeline.
7. Now you can click on the app and create your event. 

The devil is in the details here — specifically, the “more info” section of your event. A few quick tips for making your event listing stand out:

How to Promote Your Business Events on Facebook

More info: Follow a quick description of the event with a URL to register. Include it several times in the event description, with calls to action in ALL CAPS. (Users may join on Facebook but be sent elsewhere to register, so be clear about such details.)

Where: Be specific — if it’s an offline event, give the exact address so Facebook users see a map. If it’s online, say so.

Time: Facebook doesn’t show time zones, so you should note yours.

Images: Create two — a large, compelling image for the event page and a thumbnail for your event app.

Extras: Don’t check the radio button for “only admins can post on event wall,” or attendees won’t be able to ask questions or post on your event wall.

When you create an event via your Facebook Page, there’s no way to invite all your fans and friends with a simple click of a button. Facebook prevents that so you can’t spam everyone with your event. Although Facebook doesn’t have a feature for inviting your fans, you can invite profile friends with the “invite friends” button on the event page. In addition, you can promote your event to your fans with ads and Timeline posts.

Related: How to Make Facebook Ads Work for You

How to promote your event: These strategies can help maximize lead generation and sales.

• Share the event on your Timeline with a call to action and a compelling image.
• Create a registration page (or sales page if it’s a paid event) outside of Facebook. Then you can direct your Facebook fans who are interested in your event to a site where you can talk more about it, add more photos and branding elements, and most important, capture leads from your registrations and RSVPs.
• Involve your other presenters by tagging them — and asking them to talk about it. Try giving them some posts with images, information and links.
• Promote until the very end. Keep your fans updated on new speakers, registration information, discounts and maybe teasers of what’s to come through frequent Facebook updates right up until the event itself or the last call for registrations.
• Turn some updates into Promoted Posts to snag more views. You can create a short promotional video or some fun images, teasing fans about the event. Videos and images always get more clicks than text posts.
• Advertise the event. Turn your event into a Page Post Ad by clicking “export event” and creating an ad for your target audience.
• Get attendees talking. Respond to RSVPs, “likes” and questions by welcoming guests, answering questions, and asking what they are looking forward to or want to hear more about. Create some word-of-mouth excitement. (Everyone who joins an event can “suggest” the event to others, admin or not.)
• Leverage your Timeline cover photo. You can’t include a call to action on a company page image, but you can create an eye-catching, branded Timeline photo.

Related: 3 Ways to Supercharge Fan Engagement on Facebook

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