Filmmaker Andrew Stanton (Toy Story & WALL-E) shares what he knows about storytelling. “Starting at the end and working back to the beginning”
Building a Presence on Twitter
The digital world is rapidly increasing and is a forum for business marketing that can’t be ignored. Twitter is an essential platform for any social media campaign and is valued by communities for its immediacy and intimacy. You’re engaging consumers in a conversation and developing real relationships. Here are some basic tips on how to run a successful Twitter account: Once you’ve created...
Getting Intimate Via Timeline
On March 30th all brands on Facebook will be switching to Facebook Timeline. The switch will provide an opportunity for newcomers to join the social media party or offer a chance for Facebook veterans to do a little spring-cleaning. Strategist will be evaluating old methods and mending past mistakes in preparation for the upcoming facelift. It would be difficult to find a marketer that would...
Fundamental Facebook Strategies
Approaching 800 million users, Facebook is a wise and increasingly common choice for businesses that wish to access the Internet’s wealth of consumers. “Engagement” is the operative word for producing a successful Social Media Marketing campaign. Here are some basic tips on how to get started with a Facebook brand page: - Asking questions is a great way to drive engagement especially when...
The Muscles of Social Media Flex Again
Whether it’s Occupy Wall Street or the Tea Party; it is exciting when Americans unite and become politically active. The world has recently witnessed social media’s ability to unite people and accomplish great feats against towering opposition. Arab nations have turned whispered dissent into open opposition equipped with the power to overthrow oppressive heads of states. In the past year,...