social media ideas for december

Social Media Content Ideas for December

Some Social Media Content Ideas for December December is here! Say hello to snow, the yule log channel on television, and endless Christmas music on the radio. Of course, you knew those things were coming – but did you know that December is Watermelon Month? Or that December 13th is Ice Cream Day? Bookmark this…

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Top Resources For New Marketers

The 12 Top Resources For New Marketers If you’re new to the marketing world, you can quickly become overwhelmed. There are thousands of podcasts, blogs, and YouTube channels you can check out, each with its own unique spin. Trying to navigate through the content is a challenge, so we thought we’d highlight some of the…

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The Psychology Behind 5 Famous Company Slogans

Marketers use psychology daily, whether they know it or not. We’re constantly searching for ways to convince and attract people to the companies and brands we represent, in order to up engagement, brand awareness, and ultimately sales. Slogans are the perfect example. They’re meant to capture the consumer’s attention and leave them with a feeling…

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We Tested 11 Facebook Messenger Bots: Here’s the Scoop

When Facebook introduced Messenger Bots in early 2016 at their F8 Developer Conference, we were pretty excited to see what would be developed in the coming months. While the platform is still relatively young, developers have put forward several Messenger Bots that are showing off its capabilities. If you’d like to see the Introduction of…

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7 Habits You Need to Drop to Become More Productive According to Science

When we analyze our productivity it’s common nature to look at what we can add to our routine. Whether it’s exercising more often, working on a personal project or getting more done at work, we’re always looking for more to do to increase our productivity. That’s not what this article is about. More often than…

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Balancing Business and Buddies – What It’s Really Like to Start a Business With Friends

I get asked this question at least once a week, “so how does it work with all of you guys being friends and working together?” The answer is pretty well actually. I’ll tell you why. We’ve done a couple things differently here with regards to our work culture. Input on company objectives, initiatives and strategy…

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I’m Not Buying Your Crap and Here’s Why

I’m tired. More specifically, I’m tired of bad emails. Let me explain. Every day I receive 4–5 unsolicited emails from account reps and co-founders all pitching me their product or flat out asking me if they can demo their product to me. All of these emails follow the same format: We help agencies, you’re an…

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From a Bedroom to an Office — How We’re Managing Growth

$327. That’s the amount we spent on our first marketing endeavor in 2011. We bought a bunch of posters to hand out at our university— man, we didn’t know what we were doing. At the time, that $327 felt like it was a million dollars. Though that story doesn’t indicate it, in our early days…

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What Football Has Taught Me About Business

I put on football pads for the first time in 1997. I was a nine-year-old boy, who until that point hadn’t seriously played any sport. To be honest, I had no idea how the game even worked. Though, I was lucky to have my best friend on the team, and his father as a coach.…

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Why I Left My 9 to 5 for a Startup Making No Money

Leaving your full-time job for a start up is never an easy decision. The security that a 9 to 5 brings keeps most people from testing the startup waters. Making the decision for me was not an easy one, but it was essential to my growth as an entrepreneur, and more importantly to my growth…

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