Facebook has very specific rules about how to conduct promotions, giveaways and exclusive offers on pages. The problem is many page administrators are not familiar with the rules and often violate them without knowing. Here are some of the most common violations and how to avoid them without compromising your marketing efforts.
To get the most out of your website, email, mobile and social media marketing, you can’t treat the channels like trains running on separate tracks. The best results come when you integrate elements of each into one unified digital marketing strategy to grow audience, share content, convert more prospects into customers and boost your campaign ROI.
Our actions follow our beliefs. That's what came to mind when I spent last weekend focusing on projections for the remainder of 2012, and the first quarter of 2013.
During this recession, TAG Communications has grown its book of business but, more importantly, we've grown as a partner to our clients.
We've faced more challenges in this difficult economic climate than ever before. Our clients have survived - many have even thrived - during these difficult times. Why do some companies make it while others seem to just disappear?
There are many reasons, but strong relationships with reliable partners are the first that come to mind.
Recently I and several thousand other Quad-Citians took in a Fourth of July tradition – a barge-load of fireworks displayed up-close and personal (close enough for the still-warm debris to rain down around us!). With rare presence of mind, I whipped out my new whiz-bang mobile phone and started shooting video.
Some of the most interesting conversations I’ve had lately start with just 140 characters. The other day, my friend @YoungImpact (Stephen) had referenced in a tweet the phrase, “toilet as canvas” in relation to a venture capitalist start up event in Washington DC. Just to show you what type of rabbit warren the tangents in my head resemble, his tweet immediately reminded me of Marcel Duchamp and his pivotal work, Fountain.