Keeping work are work and home at home when it comes to social media.
We’ve heard the stories before… A person posts something on their own personal Facebook page, on their own time, and gets fired from their job because the company disapproved of the post, or because it violated the company policy. How did the company even see the post in the first place? How can employees ensure that their personal posts stay personal? It gets difficult in today’s social media world to keep our work lives totally separate from our personal lives. We have co-w
Google’s Mobile Algorithm Change
On April 21st Google will implement a Search Engine Marketing Algorithm change that will lead to repercussions throughout the Search Engine Marketing Industry. We all know that mobile is accounting for larger and larger percentages of local search. We all also know that most websites are not optimized for loading or viewing on mobile devices. This has to change and if you use Search Engine Marketing, Google will force you to change. It appears that Google’s goal is that any p
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
How many of you are going (or have gone already) to some type of parade today? There are numerous celebrations happening around the country! Here in Minneapolis, there are a few parades, and it sounds like some local public transit will be free in the evening- (check out this link for more information- http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2015/03/17/celebrate-st-patricks-day-in-the-twin-cities/) Here are some interesting facts about Saint Patrick's Day that you may or may not have k
Are You a Good Liar? Take the Test.
So- I'm not sure that I beleive this- but apparently there is a new way to determine if a person is a good liar or not... I'm not going to give away the secret just yet. First- watch the video, and follow the instructions. Don't scroll down to the bottom, and don't peek! http://youtu.be/yRAmvLV_EmY . . . . . . . . Did you watch it? . . I didn't think so. OK- Here's the test- Take the pointer finger of your dominant hand, and draw the letter 'Q' on your forehead. Did you draw
Get More Retweets on Twitter
You tweet something that you think is amazing- but no one retweets it. No one event favorites it. What are you doing wrong? Not necessarily anything… ...But here are 5 tips on getting you more retweets. 1) Use more colorful images. Using color makes your tweets stand out. Tweets with images get 18% more clicks, 89% more favorites and 150% more retweets. Images with rich, saturated colors do even better- sometimes getting five times more retweets. 2) Use mini infographics and
Business Logos and Colors
Have you ever stopped to think about business logos and their color? If you are thinking about starting a business, you should know that there is meaning behind the colors in a logo. Each color says something about the business, and relays a message to the consumer before ever knowing anything about your business or what it is that you do. Colors relay emotion- they can bring back memories and stir up feelings. When taking a closer look, you can see that companies that produc