20160526 The Guy R Cook Report Thursday B2B

20160526 The Guy R Cook Report Thursday B2B will share 3 takeaways for B2B marketing.

First:  Always have a set of planned tasks to get done, if you find yourself with free time – spend it on making your business better. (30 Day Social Media Calendar from

Second: Did you give yourself a new goal for the year?  One of my goals was to make an effort at podcasting, and well, here we are 102 episodes later.  It’s working.  See the archive @ http://theguyrcookreport.podbean.com

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Twitter Update: Character Count, @replies, Images Changes Coming Soon


Learn all about the huge changes that a new Twitter update is making to character counts, @replies, images & retweeting and how it all affects marketers:

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Author: Guy R Cook

Guy sold his first website in August of 1995, and has continued his web solutions company offering design, development and deployment, usability or support services since. His previous work experience as the marketing director for an ISP, radio sales, television news announcer, have all have helped to build the company. 20 years plus online (since 1981 if you count the BBS era) doesn’t hurt a bit to be a web developer. I help goal oriented business owners that run established companies to leverage the power of the internet without having to pay a fortune for it even if they have a budget