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The How-To’s Of #Hashtag Marketing

Hashtags are immensely popular in social media today. They’re showing up on nearly every post, photo, video, survey, and opinion on most social media channels including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest. Because of their prevalence, it’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t know what they are. Continue Reading

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The Reciprocity Effect in Influence Marketing

In psychology, reciprocity is a social rule that states you ought to repay, in kind, what another has provided for you. Many refer to this type of in-kind interchange as the golden rule; do unto others as you would have them do to you. Continue Reading

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How To Use Triggers To Create Infectious Messaging

The North Face, Starbucks, M&M’s, Disney, Under Armor–they all have icon logos that immediately transport you to their brand when you see them. These logos trigger an experience or knowledge of the brand. The second principle in infectious marketing is triggers. Continue Reading

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Back To Basics: Setting Up Google Analytics For Your Website

“Don’t buy complexity; the simpler you make your training, the better the results become.”  – Ryan Flaherty

Ryan Flaherty may not be a name you’re familiar with–I wasn’t. Until I listened to a podcast in which he was the featured guest. Continue Reading

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Getting Your Social Media Presence in Order

In yesterday’s blog, we talked about getting your social media organized, and creating some objectives and goals you hope to achieve in the future using your digital channels.

Today, in our second step to creating a social media marketing plan, I’ll show you how to get your current social media presence in order and determine how well it’s working.  Continue Reading

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10 Savvy Ways To Grow An Audience On Twitch

In 2011 when Twitch was launched, it was created for the online gaming community to live stream their play. But now, with Twitch expanding to include a live stream video community for creatives, it has become a place to watch and broadcast your talents. Continue Reading

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Will Twitch Be The Next Big Thing In Live Stream Video?

Way back in 2011, a live streaming video platform called Twitch was launched. It focused on live video game feeds and eSports competitions, and honestly unless you were a gamer you probably didn’t even notice that it existed.

But times have changed, and so has Twitch, who now hosts more than 1.5 million broadcasts and 100 million visitors a month. Continue Reading

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