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Good article. I find that good content should be relevant to the target audience and up to date. Where possible if you have a blog - revisit old articles and update them if necessary.

Twitter as a medium for promoting content will be increasingly powerful as more people engage in micro interactions. But you still have to dig deep into Twitter and setup keywords in order to get to the good content.

Nice post and well said, Valeria. Good content makes a personal connection. Love ur tips.

I'm a real person who loves B2B marketing which is why content matter so much.

Jeff Ogden, the Fearless Competitor
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http://www.findnewcustomers.com

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