Not too far off the heels of Facebook’s Graph Search announcement, Twitter announces their newest product: Vine. What is Vine? Most simply put: Vine is Twitter for video. With an “in stream” layout like that of Facebook and Instagram apps, the service offers users the opportunity to film short, 6 second videos for easy sharing [...]
Here in the office we’ve been chatting about website responsivity and how it could make “apps” a thing of the past. Case in point, the new updates to Twitter. Though Twitter apps are far from obsolete – one large component that apps include that websites (whether responsive or not) don’t is push notifications – the [...]
Woo hoo! Our client, the National Drowning Prevention Alliance (NDPA) has been named the winner in the ‘Best Outcome Based on Listening, Monitoring, and Measurement’ category of the Earnies. Recognizing individuals and organizations nationally for their outstanding efforts in the area of earned media executed across social media, the Earnies recognized NDPA for executing an [...]
Keely Saye addresses the topic of inbound marketing as a proven strategy for new media campaigns at the AAF of the Midlands October Luncheon.
Facebook has over 1.4 million users in South Carolina while Twitter only has about 32,000. So why would a statewide farmers market even consider Twitter as an important social media outlet? The Answer: Search Engine Optimization and Inbound Links SEO is no longer just about keywords and directory listings. In fact, over 70% of what [...]
Do you want more Twitter followers? Forget it! Would you leave food on your plate before going up to the buffet line for more? Yes, actually, you would. But this isn’t a Chinese buffet – this is networking. Businesses love to use the nifty 80/20 rule – the idea that 80% of your sales come [...]