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Social Media Tips: The Importance of Tone Imagine you are getting ready to post a ‘Happy Holidays’ message from your company. You have multiple social media accounts for your organization and all have them have sizable audiences. It may seem good enough to simply publish the same post across the board and call it a… Read more »

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Looking for better images for your blogs or social media? Posts that include images produce 650 percent higher engagement than text-only posts. So, where do you get your images from for your social media platforms? We found a solution for those of you who have limited access to graphics or a limited budget. Check out a site… Read more »

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What’s the word in Marketing word mash-ups? By definition fusing two words together by sound and meaning is called a portmanteau. A few examples are smog, coined by blending smoke and fog, or motel, from motor and hotel. We wanted to give it a try and apply it to all things marketing & social media marketing… Read more »

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It’s Everywhere The first magazine was published in 1741, the first billboards arrived in the late 1800’s, search engines launch in 1995, blogging emerged in 1998, social media sites gained prominence in the early 2000’s, YouTube came out in 2005, Facebook & Twitter hit the marketing scene in 2006. We love marketing because it’s everywhere… Read more »

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Social media, if used effectively, can be an excellent tool to build your brand, generate leads and convert them.   Reality check – if your social media pages have only a handful of followers, and if more than half of them are just your employees, then you are not “doing social media.”   Here are… Read more »