Facebook Timeline Format: What Your Brand or Company Needs to Know

Filed under: Internet Marketing,Social Media — Tags: — Amy Kilgour

After  months of speculation, Facebook Timeline for Pages was released the end of February. You may have already updated your cover photo and and looked around a bit, but what’s next? Facebook is well known for their frequent format changes. I often feel like they never stop changing and for people like myself, who manage […]

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What exactly is Pinterest and How Can I Use it for my Business?

Filed under: Infographics,Internet Marketing,Social Media — Amy Kilgour

I posted on Facebook the other day that Pinterest might as well send me an email that reads, “Every one you’ve ever met in your life is now following you on Pinterest.” In case you haven’t jumped on the Pinterest bandwagon, or, even if you have, you might want to keep reading to learn how […]

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Prepare for Facebook’s Timeline

Filed under: News,Social Media — Brian

Facebook has announced that their new Timeline feature for profiles will be going live by force to all users over the next few weeks. There is no ability to opt-out. Be sure to take a look through your Facebook history and remove any embarrassing posts or photos from years ago that you don’t want Facebook […]

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Is Social Media Worthwhile for Industrial Companies?

Filed under: Social Media — Brian

Social media is all over the news these days and is the latest and hottest topic in internet marketing, but many industrial companies don’t feel social media is right for their industry, or aren’t sure how to implement it. Working as closely with the industrial market as we do at Ecreative, we are often asked […]

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Twitter Ventures Into Twitter Brand Accounts

Filed under: Internet Marketing,Social Media — Tags: — Amy Kilgour

Twitter announced late last week that they’ll be releasing Twitter brand pages. Only in limited release, Internet Marketing Specialist, Amy describes the primary features and their usefulness.

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