The Viability of Twitter

The Viability of Twitter

Recently, several clients have had their Twitter accounts locked down due to organic follow back practices. You know, the cheat we all do (and won’t own up to) of following people with similar interests to your business in hopes of a follow back. After all, that’s what sites like Tweepi and iUnfollow are for. To help clean all that up and make the practice easier.

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2015 and the Resolution Dilemna

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I can’t believe a whole year has come and gone (requisite cliché phrase out of the way). What’s more shocking to me is that I’m one month out from when I hit New York soil. My anniversary to moving to this great state is on Feb 6th, and I couldn’t be more excited. So much as happened in the last year not to be.

Now you're in NY! These streets will make you feel brand new; big lights will inspire you.

Now you’re in NY! These streets will make you feel brand new; big lights will inspire you.

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The Dilemma of Instagram for Business

The Dilemma of Instagram for Business

It’s fascinating, really. Instagram is one of the biggest social media channels out there. It’s owned by Facebook and has over 200 million monthly active users, and almost half of the top 100 brands post on an account.

But you know what Instagram doesn’t have? A way to schedule posts.

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Social Media for Hire (Blocking) – Yes, it’s still an issue

Social Media for Hire (Blocking) – Yes, it’s still an issue

Here’s a question that’s plagued so many HR managers and potential hires alike: Is it still acceptable to ask for a potential hire’s social media pages for their background check? Or, in some cases, a current employee’s to see if they’re talking about the company?

So many firms still say yes.

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New Facebook Pages is here!

Well, it’s finally here. Since its announcement back in the Spring, Facebook has finally launched their new look for Pages across the board. Have you had chance to review your page yet?

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