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Choosing the Best Social Media Channels for Your Brand

Choosing the Best Social Media Channels for Your Brand

Imagine you’re starting your own business, and you decide it’s time to start promoting it on social media. You want to reach as many people as possible, so you create profiles on every social media channel you can think of — Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Pinterest, YouTube, and LinkedIn. You

How to Use User-Generated Content

How To Use the Power of User-Generated Content

Your customers can be one of your greatest marketing assets. “How?” you ask. It’s called user-generated content (UGC), and it begins with the simple act of consumers and fans sharing, posting, and retweeting something about your brand. According to an article by AdWeek and Social Times: “85 percent of users surveyed

3 Ways to Leverage Pokemon Go For Business

3 Ways to Leverage Pokémon GO for Your Business

Pokémon GO has captured people’s hearts and phone screens in an astounding way. With 21 million active users daily, and over 6 million mentions on Twitter in less than a week, the mobile game’s popularity is creating new opportunities for advertisers, marketers, and business owners everywhere. While trends come and

How to Stand out on Social Media

Summertime Radness: Stand Out On Social

How to Stand Out on Social This Summer It’s about that time of year again when your social media feeds will likely become filled with envy-inducing photos of flower crowns, high-waisted shorts, platters of color-saturated fruit and endless music festivals. If you, by chance, aren’t a 17-year-old goddess with Herbal

Don’t Post That!

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Hitting Send Before sharing a post on social media, it’s important to step back and evaluate what you are posting. I understand that the argument against refraining from posting every single thought you might have can be “freedom of expression,” but before you “freely express” yourself on social media,

The Cobbler's Children

The Cobbler’s Children with No Shoes

It is remarkably easy to tell small businesses that they have to take their marketing seriously.  The mark of a successful business is that the owner is constantly working ON the business rather than just IN the business.  However, it is surprising how many marketing companies fail to promote themselves

Understanding Social Media: Twitter

Understanding Social Media: Twitter

In 140 characters, describe your day. Share an article. Create a funny anecdote. Spread informative news.  But you may not, under any circumstances, exceed those 140 characters.  Sound difficult? Not really.  Not when you get used to using the microblogging platform Twitter. With more than 500 million users, Twitter is