About Jillian Johnson

Jillian Johnson is the Inbound Marketing Lead at WebiMax. She lends her expertise in link building and content strategy to a wide variety of clients. Follow Jillian Johnson on Google+

The popularity of blogging continues to grow with countless new blogs created each year and massive spikes of traffic making its way to blogs. Businesses have also recognized the many benefits that a blog provides their business. A blog allows businesses to easily and quickly reach a large online audience. Blogs not only help generate read more…


As the Democratic National Convention begins with the Republican National Convention finished, social media will continue to keep people from across the country tuned in on the action. Regardless of what political party you support, with the use of social media those from all angles of the political spectrum can catch all the action, cast read more…


Social media sites have become increasingly hot platforms for people everywhere to cast their voice. Whether giving a review of a new restaurant or sharing the latest celebrity gossip, social media sites bring people together to converse and exchange thoughts. And, they’re also the perfect place for businesses to hear the voice of customers. Customers read more…


Over the years mobile communication has drastically changed. What started as a simple hand-held mobile phone that offered a limited amount of time to talk, but the ability to be used wherever, has significantly expanded in functionality and design. Today, with their small, compact size and various technologies and features, cell phones have not only read more…


On September 26, 1960, millions of Americans across the nation turned on their television to watch the first-ever televised presidential debate between Senator John Kenny and Vice President Richard Nixon. The presidential candidates held four debates, in which each debate concentrated on different issues and the candidates provided their views on the issues and their read more…


While print journalism has steadily declined in popularity due to the rise of online newspapers, it seems online newspapers may soon be outranked by another news platform: social media sites. Surveys from the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism found that more people today receive their news online as opposed to a newspaper. Of the read more…