Monthly Archives: December 2014

Something Old, Something New

I recently chatted with  someone “older”, who easily adapts his business skills to the dynamic world of technology.  This allows him to aggressively compete for community manager/ social media jobs with the millennials (graduated in the 2000’s).  It’s pretty impressive … Continue reading

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New Year, New Business

I know a lot about social media– I’ve been on Facebook since the year of its inception, I’ve managed community accounts for many a small business, and I keep up to date on the latest changes and tweaks to every … Continue reading

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2014: What Will You Remember?

When you work in marketing, you’re constantly thinking and talking about memories. Every project you work on needs to be memorable. Every tweet or post needs to be memorable. Every piece of advice traded across your network is centered around … Continue reading

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Facebook’s New Terms of Service

I don’t know about you, but for the past two weeks, every time I’ve logged on to Facebook, an alert pops up reminding me about Facebook’s TOS (Terms of Service) policy change– applicable as of January 1st. “By using our … Continue reading

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Lessons for the Future from #SmallBusinessSaturday

Small Business Saturday, for those who aren’t in the know, is a shopping holiday made up by American express back in 2010. It was created to fill the void between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, when (heaven forbid!) there was … Continue reading

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