Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Facebook and YouTube

Share, share – that’s fair, right? If you have a box of cookies and 4 people are watching you eat them, don’t you feel compelled to share? (maybe not if they’re Double-Stuff Oreos) In the same regard, if you have a great video, you want to ensure that your target audience is able to have access to that message – to gain the most exposure. Read the rest of this entry →

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06 2013

Pinterest Tools for Business – Part Two


Last week we shared with you some great Pinterest tools that are useful, practical and will help to enhance your Pinterest experience.
This week we offer even more tools for you to integrate into your Pinterest efforts;  Pin My Info, Pinstamatic, SnagIt! Read the rest of this entry →

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05 2013

Facebook – More Than Just “Likes”

The foundation of any relationship is the initial attraction of one person to another followed by an increased interest in getting to know more
about that person. If there’s a common interest and increased sharing of time, you have basically entered into the “like” stage.
From there, the relationship can go deeper or the relationship can cease.

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05 2013

Top 10 SEO Tips

SEO, or Search Engine Optimization is described as the process of affecting the visibility of a website or page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (“organic”) search results.  In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine’s users. Read the rest of this entry →

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04 2013

Trade Show?

Taking part in trade shows is a great way to promote your company and develop relationships with a targeted audience. Here are some common tips that will help you to successfully leverage the media to help sell your brand at trade shows. Read the rest of this entry →

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04 2013

Using Visual Marketing to Achieve High Facebook Engagement

During my time researching the new social media outlets, I stumbled across a great article about Facebook and visual marketing, “Using Visual Marketing to Achieve High Facebook Engagement” sociallysorted.com. The first thing that strikes me from this article is the use of the word “engagement” and not “like”. In the world of Facebook, the race usually is measured by how many likes you can get registered to your Facebook page. However, by getting those that “like” you to “engage” in your Facebook page seems to have a greater advantage than just simply stockpiling “likes”. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2013

Get Your Head out of the Sand: 5 Reasons to Embrace Social Media

Get Your Head Out Of The Sand:

5 Reasons to Embrace Social Media

Do You Have your Head in the Sand? Some prognosticators have said that those companies that do not embrace social media will be out of business within 5 years.  Are they describing your company?

If you think of social media in terms of fear, you are missing many opportunities to create new business. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2013

PentaVision Insights – Are You Ready?

Is Your Business Ready for Video?

Just like an athletic team that is ready to take the next step based on their growth and development from the previous season, your business may also be ready to make that jump.  You have done your preparation, you have set a solid marketing and branding foundation, now you just need to arm your team with another player. Read the rest of this entry →

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03 2013

Social Media…It’s All Changing Now…

When I was still in college (sigh…), wireless laptops were the professors biggest competition in the classroom.  Having wireless in classrooms was a big thing ~ even bigger when professors allowed you to bring your own laptop to “take notes” but it also gave everyone around you free reign to see what you were looking at. (Note taking, 100% of the time, I swear!!!) Majority of the time, most students had one popular social networking site always up – Facebook.  Back then (2-3 years ago), Facebook was still predominantly for college and high school kids.  It had started to grow among recent graduates but it definitely had not escalated to parents, grandparents or professors…yet.  As these students graduated and went off into the working world, they often found social media sites blocked by their employers.  How dare they!?!? Read the rest of this entry →

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11 2010


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