Archive | July, 2013

Flipboard: Social Content Curation

  Flipboard is a free app for mobile devices that lets users browse content from publishers and social networks in an easy-to-use magazine-style format. It is available for phones and tablets running iOS or Android. The name comes from one of its most unique features, the ability to “flip” through “boards” of content as if they were […]

5 Social Media Tips For Small Business Owners

By now, everyone in the small business world has probably realized the importance of social media in their marketing strategy.  Because most of the effective social marketing tools are free to use, many business owners tend to put less value on them in their overall marketing plan.  Social media can help your business thrive, but […]

Graph Search is Here

On Monday, July 8, Facebook officially rolled out Graph Search to all of its English-speaking network users.  After selective public testing since January, the newest search function is now widely available and will be made available to all users in the coming weeks.  This seems to be one more step in a new direction that […]

Online Reputation Management Listening Station

Online reputation management. A bunch of fancy words that mean a great deal to your business and your personal brand. The key to this is honestly pretty simple: listen. Online reputation management starts, at its core, with knowing what is being said about you. You can respond accordingly, you can diffuse volatile situations and you […]