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2016 Presidential Candidates Placing Emphasis on New Marketing Techniques

Because presidential elections only happen once every four years, it’s always interesting to see how campaigning changes in reference to technologies and tactics. A lot of innovation happens over the course of four years and it’s very rare for candidates to follow the same formula as those who went before them. In the 2016 race […]

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Small Business Turning To Social Media As Marketing Tool

Many of Beaver County’s small businesses are gravitating toward an increased social media presence by making the most of their Facebook posts and treating the 140-character allowance of Twitter as precious real estate. These social media platforms, as well as the likes of the photo-sharing app Instagram, social check-in website Foursquare, and many others allow […]

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The Value of “YouTube Marketing Power”

Did you hear how YouTube is the new black for 2014? Review the news on it during the last year, and you can see how it rivals mobile as a marketing hot button of interest. For example, Nielsen is including YouTube views in its rating calculations. Google announced in an earnings report that 40% of […]

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Lets Connect – Post Your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Blog Urls Here

I just came across a great article on connecting and sharing links at The Extreme Ezine. This could create a good amount of back links for everyone if we all do this correctly (no spam, advertising links, squeeze pages, etc).

Just think about the amount of “link juice” we can create if we all subscribed to each others Blog, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts and leave comments.

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If Coke and Pepsi are Using Social Media Shouldn’t You?

The new marketing campaign from fortune 500 beverage company Pepsi is Pepsi refresh. With it they are using social media to bring awareness to their product as spelled out in the recent article in Advertising Age. If they are using it, shouldn’t you be using it in your marketing efforts?

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