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Boost Your Car Dealership’s Social Media Presence and Effectiveness

  • 8th July 2013
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On June 18th I had the pleasure of being a speaker at the 2013 Digital Dominance Conference in Florham Park New Jersey. I spoke about three important tactics that can boost a car dealership’s social media presence. Although these tactic are not the only three tactics to boost your presence they have the potential to increase… Read more

The New Google Carousel: Understanding The Big Changes in Local Search

  • 20th June 2013
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This week Google officially announced what has been sighted in various tests in the wild over the last few months—a new look for Google Local search results for certain categories (our team covered these early sightings a month ago with a first look you can see here).  For local search results related to restaurants, bars,… Read more

Facebook to roll out Hashtags

  • 12th June 2013
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Hashtags are finally coming to Facebook! This has been an ongoing rumor that is now available to a small amount of users as of today.  Users will not only have the capability to click but also search hashtags. This is a great move on Facebook’s end because several users and brands are already using hashtags on… Read more

Pew Teen Study Points To The Future of Social Media

  • 28th May 2013
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Pew Research just released a new study looking at how teens use social media, and the findings point to some major potential shifts coming. Obviously, studying younger generations can often be an indicator of where things are going– for example it was the swift adoption of Facebook by the 18-22 crowd 10 years ago that… Read more

Social Media Security: How To Secure Your Social Presence

  • 2nd May 2013
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Over the past several months there has been an increase in malicious activity by unauthorized users attempting to take control of major news organizations’ social media accounts. Numerous social media accounts have been hijacked to display false information to the organizations’ followers.