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Social Media Cleanse: What I Learned Going off the Grid

Social Media Cleanse: What I Learned Going off the Grid

Published on November 19,  2018, at 3:21 p.m. by Ali Carden. Social media is the source of so many different types of content, from news to trends to family updates. According to a Zephoria Digital Marketing blog, “4.75 billion pieces of content are shared daily”

The Evolution of Social Content

The Evolution of Social Content

Posted on Nov. 11, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. by Katie Gatti. What’s the first thing most people do upon waking in the morning? While the standard morning wake-up call for hundreds of years had been to use the restroom and bathe, for the past decade,

Oh, Snap!

Oh, Snap!

Posted: Tuesday, September 15, 2:00 p.m. by Sadie Schwarm. All you need is trust. As soon as the Best Friends section of Snapchat disappeared, users didn’t know whom from their contacts to trust. This is an interesting step for Snapchat since most of its past

Use Twitter to Soar

Posted At: October 16, 2013 1:55 p.m. by Karly Weigel. Creating lasting relationships on social media is beneficial for both the company and the customer. Some customers will tweet @SouthwestAir to say hello or check on an arrival gate. The small replies from Southwest make

The Pairing Factor

Posted At: October 11, 2013 3:15 p.m. by Aime O’Keefe. Television is adapting to the new digital media age. As competition reality TV’s popularity rages on, viewers are given a larger role in the determination of a winner.

Beefing Up Social Media

Every five seconds someone writes online about McDonald’s. From a public relations practitioner’s point of view, that could seem almost impossible to manage. On Feb. 20, 2009, I attended the Real World PR Conference sponsored by the Georgia PRSA. I was able to hear Heather

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