Like the old west, social media is unregulated and its open expansion calls out to us, and it is also built on a strong foundation of community, conversations and curiosity.
No one believes your brochures, banner ads or billboards. What people trust are words straight from your customers’ mouths.
There are so many examples of how social media contributed to 2016’s dumpster fire. In 2017, let’s find our social media spark.
What does a social media strategist know about websites? It’s no secret that I have built and designed websites, but it’s a title I don’t use. I make it very clear that I am not a web designer.
No matter how big or small your business is, there are things that can help everyone work smarter, not harder.
With so many best practices to implement, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and lose focus on your goals. Here are five key ways that you can leverage social media to help you jumpstart your marketing efforts.
Design and Content go together like peanut butter and jelly, Hall & Oates, or smartphones and selfies. It’s hard to have one without the other — and be successful.
Happy Holidays from the Strategic Peacock! May your days be merry and bright. Thanks to all our amazing clients for a spectacular year!
I am very excited to be teaching two social media marketing workshops this summer at Betamore, a coworking space, incubator and campus for technology and entrepreneurship in Baltimore, MD.
In its June issue, which sought to understand “what makes Millennials tick?” RetailerNow magazine published an article I wrote about Connecting with Social Shoppers.