social media marketing

Fake Social Media Accounts

We’ve all experienced it. You get a friend request on Facebook for someone you are already friends with. You check and you are friends with them but this is a new account with the same photo and almost no friends. Then your friend suddenly posts on Facebook: “If you receive a friend request from me […]

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How Cats Always Seem to Win the Internet?

Why is the Internet obsessed with cats? Back in ancient Egypt, they were worshipped as sacred guardians of the afterlife. It turns out they have not forgotten this. Today cats expect to be worshipped still, and all of us seem to be obliging them. We’re even giving them their own conventions, which is likely to […]

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The Science of Personal Branding in the Age of Social Media

  The Internet has brought us all closer together than we ever have been before. That means that people you would never have met otherwise before the Internet are in your inner circle online thanks to social media. There is one tiny downside to all this togetherness, however – you have no chance at anonymity […]

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Emotional intelligence the secret sauce to great social media marketing

A few years ago, if someone suggested that emotional intelligence (EI or IQ) was the secret to social media marketing success, they would be considered borderline crazy. Today, as the noise on social media increases, the opportunity to truly deliver quality content to the right audience is of utmost importance. The marketing trends in today’s […]


Social Media and Adulting

Chances are if you spend any time at all on social media you’ve seen the hashtag #adulting. This usually denotes the subject doing something they feel is grown up, like making a frozen pizza and doing their own laundry. While many people mean this to be ironic, the hashtag often draws ire over the generation […]


Hunting Rare Pokemon and Marketing to Millenials

In one of the strangest and most interesting digital trends in recent times, people across the generational divide (from all walks of life) are playing the hottest augmented reality game Pokémon Go. In their attempt to catch all of the monsters, people are getting out and hunting for these animated figures. Even the President of Israel is playing […]


Using Social Media to Self Diagnose is that What the Doctor Prescribed?

There’s no question that social media is a powerful tool. It has helped many fields in providing valuable information and timely content to the masses. Even in industries that are highly regulated, like healthcare, social media has been a driving force in providing resources and improved access of information for patients and clinicians. While the […]


Adding Social Media to the Supply Chain

Is A Lack of Presence on Social Media Impacting the Supply Chain? If you had to ask supply chain executives about social media, they’d probably get stuck somewhere after the word social. Why? Their goal is to ship. Not to socialize. Today’s consumers keenly aware of the products they like and are equally in tune with what alternatives […]

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Bricks, Clicks and Cash From E-Commerce and Storefronts

By now, e-commerce is already an integral component of the consumer economy. While e-commerce is already an accepted means for shopping and conducting business, some people still are uncertain of the legitimacy of running a successful online businesses as a realistic alternative to a brick and mortar establishment. Up until a decade ago, brick and mortar […]

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Is it Possible to Market with a Goal to Break the Internet?

For digital marketers, success is sometimes defined when content goes viral. The elusive term is a goal that many attempt, few actually succeed. Why? Probably because forcing something to go beyond its intended reach, doesn’t often work. In social media, the term is misused to describe a scenario in which content breaks the normal boundaries […]