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Facebook Gets Emotional: The New Ways Users Can Tell Their Friends How They Really Feel!

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Last week, Facebook announced the release of six emoticons named “Reactions” that users will soon be able to use in place of the traditional “like” button. For years, users speculated if there would ever be a “dislike” button. Though recently, Adam Mosseri, Director of Product at Facebook, shot that down by saying the “dislike” option wouldn’t be “in the spirit of the product we're trying to build.” For now, users in Ireland and Spain are offered this new feature which will eventually be rolled out globally. ...

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Five More Cool Things You Need to See on the Web

Thursday, November 19, 2015
In June, I wrote a blog post “Five Cool Things You Need To See On The Web”. Since then, I’ve come across a lot of truly outstanding content on the web. If you’re bored at home and want to take up a new hobby, have a few laughs, or even binge watch another addictive show, this blog post is going to help!  ... Keep Reading

How to Create an Effective Email Marketing Campaign

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Many small businesses reach their customers using email marketing. It allows businesses to deliver news and updates about products and services to their shoppers on a regular basis.  ...

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3 Ways to Smash Mobile Facebook Lead Ads

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Attempting to get a targeted user to fill out a form from your Facebook ad is somewhat tedious. The user must be served your ad, click to your website, then navigate to your form page if your ad does not lead them straight there. While this may seem like a simple process, the last step is what separates a regular click from a quality lead. ...

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Marketing Evolution: Music & Radio Edition

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Anyone who has ever worked with me in an office can attest to the fact that I’m usually listening to music at a volume that breaks glass in a twelve mile radius. I listen to everything: rock and roll, instrumentals, opera, heavy metal, techno, pop, and even news related programming. There’s been a discussion as to whether or not SiriusXM® and shared music were the future, and whether or not ad-based radio was going away. I think that they’re both going to coexist for quite some time, and there are a lot of really cool things that those of us in the marketing and broadcasting industries need to note.

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