Category Archives: Social Media Campaign


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…


Here’s a hypothetical situation for you, small business owner/independent contractor. You’ve recently opened shop. Your ecommerce site is up and functioning. You’re ready to start writing freelance articles for all the big players in your industry. The next thing you do is sign up for accounts with Twitter, Facebook, and Google +. Now that your read more…


Although social media users swap countless IMs and posts across PCs and laptops every month, most people fail to realize the amount of direct messaging that takes place between mobile device owners through those same social networks. According to a blog published just a few days ago on the New York Times website, a number read more…


Among all the various search engines for which SEOs develop, it’s Google that time and time again gets the most attention from online marketing firms. Between continual updates to its search algorithm and ongoing releases for new user apps, the world’s biggest search engine company has truly become a force to be reckoned with. While read more…


As my fellow writers and I have recommended time and time ago, it’s a good practice for companies to use social media to supplement their other organic SEO activity. Due to the ever-increasing number of users found on networks such as Facebook and Twitter, many start-up or entrepreneur company owners are sharing their own original read more…


Despite the immense popularity of social networks, often times many companies find that their social media listings only get visited by a handful of people on a regular basis. Every SEO company these days strongly recommends that its clients actively participate in media sharing on networks such as Facebook or Google+, but these agencies usually read more…