In the past, Facebook was mostly about mapping out and staying in touch with the people you know, (or don’t know). But now with Facebook Graph, you can find people, friends of friends or friends of friends of friends who share the same common interests. Facebook Graph gives you the ability to look for what you want and get immediate …
The annual tradition of making those pesky New Year’s resolutions is quickly approaching. Although we may set personal goals for ourselves, did you ever think about how those goals could pertain to your business? Here are some common New Year’s resolutions that apply to more than just your personal life.
Our mission here at the Whole Brain Group is to help growing businesses develop and execute successful digital marketing plans. Part of that mission involves providing businesses with the tools they need to get started.
Content curation has become somewhat of a buzzword on the Internet. You’ve probably heard of it, and if you have a social media account, are most likely already doing it, whether purposefully or not.
Pinterest recently launched a 30-day, holiday inspired calendar highlighting celebrity and business pin boards. The calendar, “30 Days Of Pinspiration” (kicked off on November 20th with a board curated by celebrity talk show host Katie Couric. Couric’s board, “My Thanksgiving Traditions – Now & Then!,” is a look at the journalist’s favorite Thanksgiving recipes, decor, traditions, etc.
In the fast-paced world of social media, social networks are ever-evolving to keep up with the pressure to stay relevant.
Several weeks ago KitchenAid and StubHub experienced highly publicized Twitter “oops.” These were just two of the latest in a series of tweeting blunders committed by major brands and organizations.Remember this: You can delete a tweet, but you can’t take it back or prevent followers from taking screenshots.
October is here and Halloween is in the air! To honor this frightening holiday, we at The Whole Brain Group have pulled together our top five scariest social media mistakes.
With online privacy concerns, many people worry about mixing business with pleasure on their social media accounts. No need to worry. With a few smart set-ups and extra care made when posting, you can use your personal Facebook account to brand yourself and your business.
Pinterest isn’t just for sharing great recipes and craft ideas. It can also be the perfect place to sell your products. If you are able to display your wares visually, then Pinterest is probably right for you!
As an internet marketing agency, we help many of our clients develop and implement social media marketing plans. For someone new to social media, hashtags are often the most difficult concept to understand. When used correctly, however, hashtags can make a remarkable difference in how widely your messages travel across the Twitterverse. So what is a hashtag? And how do …
Ever wonder how Facebook determines what content appears in your newsfeed? You may also have wondered how to ensure that your content appears in other people’s feeds. The secret behind both lies in an algorithm called EdgeRank.