Why Social is the Begin­ning of the End of Big

Is the age of small upon us? Maybe. That is the offi­cial opin­ion being pro­moted by social media man­age­ment firms through­out the nation while oth­ers, more con­ser­v­a­tive in nature, believe it is not so much the age of small as the begin­ning of the end of Big. Whichever side of the debate you land upon […]See all sto­ries on this topic »

9 Face­book Mar­ket­ing Tips to Improve Engage­ment

Need some Face­book mar­ket­ing inspi­ra­tion? Here are nine Face­book pages using some great tech­niques for more engage­ment. Keep read­ing for some awe­some tips from busi­nesses of all sizes. #1: Get Per­sonal Smart Pas­sive Income with Pat Flynn does a great job with a vari­ety of posts but also adds some of his per­sonal life. You […]See all sto­ries on this topic »

With­out atten­tion, there can be no sale.

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Study: Wine drinkers say “cheers” to social media

Almost three-quarters of reg­u­lar wine drinkers are active on Face­book, com­pared to less than half of all U.S. ?-More-?See all sto­ries on this topic »

Brits take to Twit­ter to mock upscale super­mar­ket chain

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Sci­en­tists gone wild

Left to their own devices, researchers can get up to some pretty wacky things, a ten­dency recorded by Marc Abra­hams in Annals?-More-?Social Media Spe­cial­ist
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