Better Trades Presence on Social Media Sites
When trying to learn new ways to buy and sell stock and options, and then use that knowledge to make better financial decisions, it's important to implement all the resources at your disposal. Social networking, considered trivial just 10 years ago, has elbowed its way into the forefront as a legitimate method to share and dispense information.
Social networks have burst onto the scene and become an important part of the fabric of modern life. Just as the Internet has become indispensible, so have social network sites. These allow like-minded people to come together and communicate. These communities, which can be drawn together by friendships or families or businesses, provide important connections.
Digg - You can share articles and content from any site on the Internet at Digg.
Last year more than 236 million visitors visited the site, many to post links and
vote on the stories and content that was displayed.
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Facebook - The modern way to touch base with friends, family members and business
acquaintances these days is through Facebook. More than 300 million users came
through this portal over the last year. It's a great way to connect with
individuals who may share your interest in the stock market.
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LinkedIn - Created to help business professionals expand their networking circles,
more than 30 million individuals from 150 industries are a part of LinkedIn. Among
the members: BetterTrades founder Freddie Rick.
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MySpace - Find business buddies in this popular networking site, which is made up
of more than 106 million accounts. You can find profiles of people, such as
Freddie Rick, and companies like BetterTrades.
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SlideShare - Here's where you can see the latest in presentations from companies
and individuals, who are all eager to have you view their wares. Don't miss the
BetterTrades presentation, which offers a fun introduction to the stock market
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BetterTrades on SlideShare.
Twitter - Let others know you thoughts and discoveries through this micro-blogging service. It's simple to sound off about business and financial news.
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