Set yourself up for a successful September with these six marketing to-dos for August.
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This spring Maven welcomed three new interns: Carley Roche, Madison Reiver, and Sandra Do
As 2016 comes to an end, I’d like to share some successful design trends that I’ve seen work this year, and show how photography knowledge can help.
Social media tools can automate tedious tasks and keep your social media pages up to date. Here are three social media management tools that will help you save valuable time, while keeping content flowing.
How have social networks begun to adapt for the rise in visuals in 2015? And what can we expect over the next year? From the big names in social to the up-and-comers, here are my thoughts
Social media platforms are constantly changing making it hard to keep up with the latest updates, rules, and features. To make life a little easier, I have rounded up four new (interesting) features of popular social media platforms to look for in 2016.
Blood, sweat and tears went into the creation and launch of your marketing campaign, yet it doesn’t seem to be working. Here’s where you should investigate first.
Facebook launched their new advertising platform, Atlas,which is taking on Google AdWords. Check out how Facebook is changing online advertising.
How often have you logged onto Facebook to see a friend from college post an article from Upworthy or Buzzfeed? If you answered multiple times a day you’re not alone. What can marketers learn from sites like these when creating content?
When Snapchat turned down $3 billion from Facebook, the response commonly heard wasn't “wow” but “who’s Snapchat and why does Mark Zuckerberg think they're worth that much?” Snapchat, an app that appeals to young adults, teens, and tweens, seems to have little value considering it’s notorious for having the ability to instantly delete “snaps” (pictures and videos) sent to another user after ten seconds. How could a network built on fleeting content be so important or widely used?