What Platform is Best for Your Next Social Media Campaign

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As you plan your next social media marketing campaign, how do you decide which platform to use? A lot must go into making this decision because selecting the right social platforms to use to share your content is a key part to the success of your campaign.  According to Hubspot, over 77% of the population Read the full article... Read More »

RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP 15: Cross-posting on Social Media

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Who has ever heard of cross-posting?  If you’re not familiar with the term, cross-posting is when one posts the same content across multiple social media networks all at once. On this week’s episode of Digital Dialogue, we discuss the drawbacks of cross-posting and how it has been proven to be ineffective in the long run. Read the full article... Read More »

What is Your Hashtag Strategy?: Maximize Their Potential in 2019

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Instagram continues be one of the most innovative social media platforms because they are always tinkering with their algorithms to make consuming content easier and more enjoyable. It has always favored posts with high engagement and ones that receive more likes/comments receive more exposure. Often these posts are accompanied by a considerable amount of hashtags Read the full article... Read More »

RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP 14: What’s your #Hashtag Strategy?

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Do you have a #hashtag strategy in place?  According to Sprout Social, 75% of people on social media use hashtags. So, if content visibility is important to you, hashtags should be a key part of your social media marketing plan. In this week’s episode of Digital Dialogue, we break down the usage of hashtags and Read the full article... Read More »

How to Combine Your Print and Digital Marketing Efforts

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Where do we stand with print marketing? It’s a valid question. In the age of iPhones, tablets and cloud computing businesses seem to be moving further and further away from traditional print marketing. We’re all familiar with the advantages of digital marketing. Marketing efforts like social media allow businesses to target specific demographics and provide Read the full article... Read More »

RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP 13: How to Focus Your Marketing Efforts in the New Year

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The year is quickly coming to a close. Have you given any thought to how you are going to approach your marketing in the New Year? In this week’s episode of Digital Dialogue, we share a few helpful tips to make sure your marketing strategy is successful in 2019.   1. Instagram is cracking down Read the full article... Read More »

RECAP: Digital Dialogue EP10: How To Grow Your Social Media Following

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Have you ever wondered how to grow your social media following organically? In this week’s episode of Digital Dialogue, we share three helpful tips to do so and three top news stories in the world of social media.   1).  Instagram and Snapchat have provided users with new features to help promote voting in the Read the full article... Read More »

Project Management Tips

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  Project Managers play an important role in every company. It is their responsibility to manage the workflow of their team to ensure the completion of the project at hand. While there are a number of helpful tips and tricks to consider, we’ve decided to share three basic fundamentals that all good project managers should have. Read the full article... Read More »

How To Take Better iPhone Pictures

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  Thanks to technological advances like the smartphone, we are able to document our favorite life moments with just a tap of a finger. While iPhone Photography is already relatively straightforward, Apple is continuously looking for ways to help improve the photography process. Here are a few simple tips and tricks we think you should take advantage of Read the full article... Read More »

4 Easy Ways to Relax More at Work

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Okay, real talk. Work can, at times, be stressful. If it wasn’t, it probably wouldn’t be called work. Not to mention, we end up spending A LOT of time at our respective jobs. It has been calculated by Gettysburg College, that the average person spends 1/3 of their life at work. In light of this Read the full article... Read More »