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An Introduction to Paper by Facebook

Contributor: katlin February 6, 2014

If you’re one of the many who hasn’t downloaded Paper by Facebook because your friends are saying they don’t like it you’re missing out on a great app. Facebook is letting you build your own portable, beautiful and totally customizable newspaper.

Let’s face it, people are probably just saying they don’t like the app because it’s new and every time Facebook changes something people jump on the ‘I hate it’ train. So, let’s take a little journey through setting up your newly established Paper app…… (more…)

How To Handle Social Media Complainers

Contributor: katlin December 6, 2013

The odds that your company will one day experience the ‘social media complainer’ are high. Even more so if you are involved in the service industry. So, what do you do when an unhappy customer decides to let you have it online?

Well, first you need to identify what type of complainer you are dealing with and then follow through accordingly. We thought this infographic would be perfect for helping you handle social media complainers, just in time for the holidays…. (more…)

10 Reasons Why Men Should Join Pinterest

Contributor: katlin April 8, 2013

Okay men, I see you slowly starting to warm up to the idea of creating an account on Pinterest. However, some of you need a final push and that is just what I am here to do.

I am ready to tell you how to create the manliest Pinterest boards possible so that you can stop peering over your girlfriend’s shoulder or stealing her phone to browse through her recipe, DIY (…one day), and meme boards. Let’s get started…… (more…)

The Best time and day to post on Social Media

Contributor: David Brim April 2, 2013

Over the last couple days I’ve been asked by several clients…what is the best time and day to post on social media?

The truth is that it depends on who you are seeking to reach and engage with. There is no general time across all markets and social networks. Who you are targeting and where they spend their time are definitely key questions to answer before determining when to post…. (more…)

4 Steps to Social Media Success

Contributor: katlin March 7, 2013

Building a community via social media is hard work but it doesn’t have to be. Setting up a Facebook or Twitter account isn’t enough to maintain a campaign and people are often left wondering ‘What Next?’ Keeping a strong social presence going for your business is fairly simple and with a little elbow grease you will master it in no time. To get you started here are the four most important steps for social media success:… (more…)

7 Reasons Why Hashtags Should Be Part of Your New Year’s Resolution

Contributor: katlin December 31, 2012

Happy New Year!Hashtags have been a part of the social media discussion for a long time now. However, surprisingly a lot of people still aren’t using hashtags to their full potential.

Using a hashtag is easy all you do is add the pound sign in front of a word or combination of words and you have an instant keyword, linking your post to thousands upon thousands of similar posts.

So why should you integrate them into your daily Twitter-life?… (more…)

Land More Customers through Online Marketing

Contributor: David Brim July 12, 2012

This past Tuesday I gave a webinar to a group of CEOs, marketing directors and economic development professionals.  The title of the webinar was “Land More Customers Through Online Marketing – How to Add SEO & Social Media into your marketing tackle box”.

I thought that the webinar went well and the feedback was very positive.

I thought it would be helpful to share the visuals / slides from the presentation for both those that attended and those that did not…. (more…)

From Tumblr to WordPress, a Beginner’s Point of View

Contributor: shetara July 3, 2012

What first attracted me to WordPress was my need for growth. I had previously maintained a blog on tumblr to document my travels. Tumblr was an easy-to-use site where I could post stories, quotes, pictures, and videos.  The layouts were nice, but when it came to designing my posts, I noticed there wasn’t enough customization. Tumblr was designed similar to Twitter, with a constantly updating “news feed” and ability to “re-blog”.  So I realized that I had out-grown Tumblr…. (more…)

Pinterest: “Pin” Down Your Marketing Strategy

Contributor: alexandra February 10, 2012


“Oh! I love this dress—Pin it!” “Man, that’s an awesome Bronco interior—I have to remember who makes this—Pin it.” “Winter Park has macarons now? They look delicious—Pin it.”

Sound familiar? Well, for those of you who have added “pinning” to your list of skills, it does…. (more…)