10 Twitter Changes You Should Know About – And May Have Missed

At its core, Twitter has been almost the same over the past couple of years. While other networks had major changes, Twitter still is the same old messaging network with 140 characters at the center of all activity. But the truth is that Twitter is changing. Maybe not with big announcements and there are not millions of social media consultants…

7 Influencer Marketing Trends for 2016

The following is a guest post by Rick Riddle. Rick Riddle is a successful blogger whose articles aim to help readers with digital marketing, entrepreneurship, career and self-development. Connect with Rick on twitter and LinkedIn. Getting an influencer to support your product is like striking gold. As an outsider who has no vested interest in your product, they will do so much better of…

Social Media And Email Integration: 5 Ways To Create A Successful Marketing Campaign

The following is a guest post by Kerry Creaswood. Kerry Creaswood is a young and ambitious writer from Savannah, GA. She is interested in self-development, design and marketing. To find more about Kerry – check her Twitter. Email is old school. Social media is new school. And you have to choose one of them to give consistency to your digital marketing campaign. Right? Wrong.…

Visiting 99Designs Berlin Office: How To Grow (And Have A Party)

I hate press releases. It’s neither the fault of specific releases nor the people crafting them. It’s about what they represent. They represent corporate – and I’m not a corporate guy. We recently got a party invite by 99Designs celebrating their new look and design. The invite was accompanied by a press release and an invite to chat with their…

The Filter Bubble – Facebook’s Booster For Radicalism

This article about the Filter Bubble has been a long time in the making. It took a lot of thought to hopefully find the right words. The problem with this one is that it touches on politics, and this blog shouldn’t be political. Sometimes, you just can’t help it… Social media gave everyone a voice – sometimes with a viral…

Business Awards As A Marketing Strategy – An Interview With Founder Russ Fordyce

Today we have something special for you – an interview with Russ Fordyce, the founder of the Business Intelligence Group. The Business Intelligence Group runs a variety of business awards programs, and, as you are about to learn, business awards might just be the marketing strategy your company has been waiting for. Why? Let’s find out! Click Here To Download…

How To Create A Social Media Quiz For Lead Generation

The following is a guest post by JP Misenas. JP Misenas is the Content Marketing Director & Audio/Visual Technician/Engineer of Interact, a place for creating entertaining and engaging quizzes that generate email leads. He writes about innovative ways to connect with customers and to build professional long-lasting relationships with them. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jollibeats    Twitter Handle: @jollibeats @tryinteract Ever since content marketing has…

Social News: Twitter New Features, New Facebook Search and LinkedIN Group Changes

Twitter and Facebook had some news this past two weeks again. Since Jack Dorsey took over the lead with Twitter last summer, we can hardly keep up with all the new options and functions they announce and release. And Facebook has not been known for standing still for a long time either. So here are some of the developments from…

Pebble vs. Apple Watch – about the Smartest Marketing Decision of 2015, Yet

Have you heard about Pebble? In case you haven’t, Pebble is the Smartwatch company which is currently disrupting the (smart-) watch industry. Yep, they are competing directly with Apple. But they started doing this three years ago. 12 days ago they launched a crowdfunding campaign for their latest model – the Pebble Time. In just 48 hours, the Pebble Time broke…