Five Cool Image Resources to Help You Rock Out Your Social Media Marketing

Cool Images for Social Media marketing

Whether you’re posting images for your blog or for your social networks - from Facebook, Instagram or Google+ to Pinterest, Twitter or LinkedIn - here are several free tools that help you create cool graphics that rock! Here are 5 of my favorites: 1. WordSwag - if you own an iPhone, this is one of my favorite apps (and one reason I selected an iPhone vs. an Android). You can pull in an image from your Camera Roll or search WordSwag for an image (WordSwag accesses images from Pixabay). … [Read more...]

Where Is Your Audience Socializing Online?

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As marketers, we're always cognizant of the fact that we need to identify our ideal clients and target our message to them. With social networks playing a large role in the marketing mix, do you know where your audience is socializing? In a post on AdWeek.com Debra Aho Williams, eMarketer's principal analyst said,"Let's face it: As much as we complain about those over-sharers who inundate us with baby photos and vacation snapshots, we're still in love with social networking. More than half … [Read more...]

What Does Social Media Mean To You?

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Last month, Ellen Britt, founder of Pink Coattails, wrote a blog post entitled "Take off your social media mask on Facebook and be yourself." In it she said, "Your customers and clients and even your potential customers and clients are not on social media to get their problems solved. And they are definitely not there to buy stuff. They just want to…well…socialize." "This includes looking at and sharing pictures of cute cats and fabulous food and videos of three-legged dogs and even … [Read more...]

Facebook: Blessing or Curse? #infographic

I had a MasterMind meeting the other day and this question came up, "What's one activity you wish you could do every day and one thing you could dump, delay, or delegate to make time for that one activity?" One of my colleagues answered that she wanted to get back into exercising. She has a video she used to watch and exercise by daily, but alas one little "devil" now seemed to interfere with that activity. The one thing she said she would dump in order to make time for exercise? It was time on … [Read more...]

The Miracle of Social Media & Boulder’s 100-Year Flood

I live in Boulder, Colorado where we just experienced what many are calling the 100-year flood (I even heard someone say it was the 500-year flood). Between 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11th and 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12th Boulder recorded 9.08 inches of rain, according to Boulder Meteorologist Matt Kelsch. It was by far the wettest day in the city's history since weather records were first officially kept in 1897. Approximately 15 inches of the annual precipitation of 30.14 inches fell between … [Read more...]