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The Emerging Standard of Multi-Source Media
February 20th, 2013 by Ryan Stoldt
Short-term trends are frequent in the digital industry. Social media sites come and go. Internet lingo changes daily. Viral videos fade from cultural relevance as quickly as "Napoleon Dynamite” dance videos. All of these digital trends ultimately follow a specific pattern; they launch, rapidly rise to success...

Hacked Again
February 20th, 2013 by Jessica Cherok
Did you happen to notice in between all of the Harlem Shake videos that a couple of fairly high-profile Twitter accounts were hacked? If you missed it, that’s too bad because it was awesome. Unless of course you were part of these companies’ PR teams. First, @BurgerKing was hacked. In a flurry of hilarious tweets, Burger King announced its sale to McDonalds because of the Whopper's flop. Then came the @Jeep hack, also including hilarious (and less crude) tweets.
10 Tips to Make Pinterest Work for Your Business
February 19th, 2013 by Christine Geraci
Pinterest seems simple enough, right? You pin a bunch of interesting visuals, people re-pin them, and that in turn gives you more exposure. But trust me: You need a good strategy if you're going to make this Pinterest thing work for your business. And if you're looking for tips on how to get started...
Tweet Your Way to a New Job
February 19th, 2013 by Aprel Phelps Downey
Nerves have your stomach in a knot. Beads of sweat form at the top of your forehead. You have spent countless hours in front of the mirror answering potential interview questions in order to boost self-confidence. Your social media network profiles have been triple checked to ensure that each one makes the best possible first impression. With one last deep breath and a quiet positive affirmation, you fire up the laptop for the job interview of a lifetime. The emergence of social media networks and Twitter...
SEO: What Is It, and Why Should You Care?
February 19th, 2013 by Heather Ewert
If you’re running a business website, you know how important it is to be found on the top search engines. Because Google accounts for nearly 67% of the searches being performed within the U.S., it’s no wonder that people have tried to figure out how to get their sites to index higher on popular search engine’s return list. Why? Well, if you rank on the first page of Google...
3 Ways to Stay True to Your Brand and Still Use Trendy Social Media Outlets
February 18th, 2013 by Elaine Reed
Instagram, Vine, Pinterest, YouTube; it seems that new visual mediums pop up almost as frequently as new Kardashian reality shows. And they all enforce the adage “a picture is worth a thousand words.” But will any picture or video do the trick for you? Here’s a few tips to help you make sure that your best sales tool...
Flickr's Screwup
February 18th, 2013 by Jessica Cherok
If you are one of the many who ceremoniously quit Instagram in the wake of their Privacy Policy snafu and went to Flickr as your trusted photo sharing service, you may have heard about the recent bug that exposed some users' photos.
Use AmEx to Buy on Twitter
February 15th, 2013 by Jessica Cherok
Get ready for it to be a whole lot easier to max out your American Express card! Twitter and American Express recently announced giving eligible cardholders the ability to buy items by using a special hashtag. Really cool, and quite possibly a whole new way to purchase goods. American Express cardholders could already purchase $25 American Express gift cards by using #buyamexgiftcards25. Now, cardholders are able to buy additional things like a Kindle Fire, Sony Headband camera, Xbox, etc.
Ways to Win Hearts in Your Online Community
February 14th, 2013 by Christine Geraci
Have you ever wondered why we need a designated day of the year to tell people we love them? Shouldn't you be able to share the Valentine's Day spirit with people you love every day? But I guess it's just not human nature. After all, you may know your significant other loves you, but you don't necessarily need...
Jailbreaking: Why You Should Avoid It
February 14th, 2013 by Greg Dorn
To the everyday iPhone user, the recent iOS 6.1 update served as a mere tweak devised to smooth out a couple of the bugs and blips found in iOS 6. But to the iPhone power user, iOS 6.1 functioned as the final piece of a long-awaited puzzle. The code has officially been cracked for jailbreaking any iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch running Apple’s latest mobile operating system. Needless to say, this news left the latter of the two groups extremely ecstatic. However, for the former group of iDevice owners...
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