Category Archives: Offbeat

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Tips for Creating Pinnable Content

Most marketers are aware that Pinterest can take a website from unknown to super successful with a single pin. However, up until now, finding the secret formula for content that will take off and go viral has been largely based on experiment. Marketers have been

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Social Media isn’t a Megaphone. It’s a Two-Way Radio

Social media is the one marketing medium that allows customers and businesses to interact in an organic fashion.  However, it astonishes me just how many companies don’t take advantage of this.  Rather than engaging with their customers on social media, they use it to tell

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How Social Media Wound Up Costing $80,000

If there’s one family that’s probably not too fond of social media these days, it has to be the Snays. It was recently reported that 69-year-old Patrick Snay, the former Guillver Preparatory School head, filed an age discriminatory complaint following issues with his contract. Snay

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Use Images to Improve Social Media Marketing

It’s no secret that images are a powerful tool in human communication. Numerous psychological studies have found that our brains not only process images more quickly than text, but images also register with us on an emotional level. Throughout the history of humanity written text

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Facebook Ads Power Editor gets a Facelift

Those of us in the Facebook advertising world were greeted with an amazing new look and feel to Facebook Power Editor today. This is a pretty neat development for those who are new to the tool because it’s much cleaner and more organized than before.

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How to Take Advantage of Trending Topics

Social media marketers know the key to reaching a broad audience is through an understanding of what it is their targeted audience wants to see. To remain relevant, note-worthy and timely, you’ll have to do a bit of research to find out what those wants

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Online Peace During Safer Internet Day

If I were to tell you that companies like Facebook, Google, and others would have the ability to work together, you might think that it’d be a silly claim to make. After all, these are companies that are looking to make it to the top