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Pumpkin Spice Latte: It’s not a craze, it’s a lifestyle.

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Ahhhhh Fall. The season of brisk walks, sweaters, Halloween and of course, the Pumpkin Spice craze.  This relatively simple blend of nutmeg, ginger and allspice >>

Finally a Facebook Update Worth “Liking”

Facebook Contest Rules Update

By now, we are all used to Facebook’s continuously changing rules and regulations. Recently Facebook has finally made some changes that have some of us >>

Help Us Spread the Word: Pack the Backpack School Supply Drive

Pack the Backpack School Supply Drive

One of the best things about social media is the power to do good. Individuals and organizations alike use social media marketing to raise awareness >>

Taking A Bite Out Of Shark Week

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Okay, okay, we get it. It’s Shark Week. We’re reminded every time we turn on the TV, log into Facebook, or read the news online. >>

Thanksgiving Thankfulness

This year, we wrote our thanks on leaves that came together to create our Thanksgiving Tree. It also serves as our kitchen table centerpiece.

We have a lot to be thankful for this year and hope you to do, too! From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!

Social Media ROI: The Dollar Value of a Facebook Fan

There’s a certain term in the social media lexicon that I really don’t like. It’s not the meaning or even the use that I have an issue with. It’s the way it’s used. Overused. Thrown around. Thrown in when one is coming up dry. This word works as a shield for many folks in our industry – “Hey, what I do has value to you. Here’s an acronym we can use when I am trying to convince you of this, and the important-sounding-ness of it will put both of us at ease.”

Email 2.0: You’ve Still Got Mail

With all the excitement over the latest online marketing techniques, email seems to have lost its appeal. Perhaps you’ve seen open- and click-through rates dropping >>