Don’t be pixelated, too big, or too small. As a business marketer, these are the image sizes you need to be familiar with in using the new and improved Facebook timeline format. Bookmark, Digg, Del.icio.us, or print this off and tape it somewhere.
Simple Ways Law Firms Can Use Social Media More Effectively
If you have a law firm, but don’t know how to make social media work for your business, it’s time to look at this technology from a different angle. Social media has the potential to change the way people view your business, how you market your firm, how you carry out legal research and how […]
Why We Love Visual Storytelling
According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, the average attention span of a human being has dropped from 12 seconds in 2000 to 8 seconds in 2013–one second less than the attention span of a goldfish. The folks at Widen Enterprises have studied how and why marketers should make the most of the 8-second, […]
Gentlemen, Start Your Engines: Selling Luxury Cars in the Age of Social Media
If social media is the new medium of commentary and conversation among consumers and critics alike, then we should welcome the return of long-form copy; the kind of storytelling that creates a lifestyle around a product or service; the sort of branding that values good writing, and offers a visual and verbal portrait of the […]
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