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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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Cave Social

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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7 Unorthodox Rituals Of Outstanding Leaders

Leaders are a special type of people, being a leader is not a position suitable for everyone, and it’s not a bad thing. Everyone you work with is equally important to the success of the company as a leader. Whether they are the leader of your work pod, your company, or the country, leaders usually…

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Facebook Fit Miami

CAVE Does Facebook Fit in Miami

Today we headed down to the Facebook Fit conference in Miami. The conference was sold-out and featured keynote speaker Dan Levy, Facebook’s director of small business. It was jam-packed with small business owners and digital marketers alike. Both receiving valuable take-aways.                   The morning sessions showed the value…

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Stand Out: 5 Tips to Improve Your Blog Posts

By now you know how important it is to create engaging blogs, so we’ve put together a quick list of tips you can use to make your blog posts stand out. Step 1. ALWAYS TYPE IN CAPS LOCK. Just kidding. Try adding headings to your blog posts like you see above. These headings help structure…

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Fine Wine

Like a Fine Wine, Great Blog Posts Get Better With Age

Whenever we take on a new client we always want to bring content to the forefront of their website. By writing blogs companies are able to give insight into their business’ day-to-day work, build trust and credibility with readers. Any Google search on,”how to blog for business,” will lead you an article that will undoubtedly…

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5 Ways to Get More Retweets on Twitter

Retweets can be few and far between for many Twitter users. Why? Because when someone chooses to retweet you, it is implying they agree with your viewpoint or they agreed/found insight in an article you previously tweeted. If you’re getting a ton of retweets, then hey, this article isn’t for you. But, if you’re finding…

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Twitter Releases New Collage Feature

Twitter has released a new collage feature for it’s iPhone users. Twitter has said that the android and desktop versions will roll out shortly. The collage feature allows for you to post up to four pictures at once and tag up to ten friends simultaneously. The tagging doesn’t effect the 140 characters as the names…

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