Facebook Ads: Image and Copy Cheat Sheet

by Ryan Estes, March 25, 2015

The Ad Images Cheat Sheet It’s said that a picture’s worth a thousand words, but when it comes to digital ads, the right image can mean so much more: the difference between being noticed or ignored, between helping your business’s bottom line or not. While choosing images for your ad is … Continue reading

Enjoy Twitter Without Working Yourself Into A Frothing Rage

by Ryan Estes, March 25, 2015

In general, Twitter is superb. I use it for work, and I love it. As with anything, of course, there are minor aspects that’ll make you want to spike your phone/computer into the pavement. But there are incredibly simple actions you can take to minimize the amount of Bad Twitter … Continue reading

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Social Media Classroom Resources for 2015

Social Media Classroom Resources for 2015

by Ryan Estes, March 18, 2015

Social media is a powerful tool for keeping in touch with friends, getting coupons and deals from your favorite businesses, and seeing what your favorite celebrities are up to. It is also handy in your classroom; platforms like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and others have the power to help you forge … Continue reading

The Evolution of Music – or – Meet The Beagles

by Jacob Sanders, March 5, 2015

How does music evolve in our culture? How is it that chord changes written almost 300 years ago by Johann Pachabel, are still used heavily, repackaged by modern composers/songwriters, and enjoyed time and time again by fans? Why is Sam Smith writing Tom Petty a check every time Smith’s “Stay With … Continue reading

Pluto & Nostalgia

by Jacob Sanders, February 6, 2015

If one defines nostalgia as a yearning for an idealized past, the bittersweet nature of it becomes clearer. One can never return to this past, it never truly existed. And the present reality, no matter how good, can never be as good as an ideal — which nostalgia has created. … Continue reading

LinkedIn Networking

by Ivan Serrano, December 31, 2014

Building a profile is more than just filling in the blank spaces; it requires time and a bit of planning. After all, your profile is the first thing other people will see so you want to make sure it stands out. Your profile should have: A professional photo – a … Continue reading

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Where’s the Future?

Where’s the Future?

by Jacob Sanders, December 13, 2014

Hoverboards – The House of Tomorrow – Automatic Sliding Doors that Hiss – Whether or not you’re a fan of science fiction, we are obsessed with the future and all of the tech goodies (wearable or otherwise) or dystopian apocalypses that come with it – so as I look around … Continue reading

Libbie Holmes

by Social Media Marketing, November 5, 2014

Photographer When I’m not behind the camera or my computer, you can find me running (usually for exercise, rarely from something), dancing to the Hall and Oates Pandora station, planning my next vacay, or enjoying a beverage on a patio somewhere.

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Andy Thomas

by Social Media Marketing, November 5, 2014

Brand Manager Andy Thomas is a music journalist who hopes other music journalists write nice things about the music he performs. He has been published inThe Rocky Mountain News, Rock Sound, AMP and Westword. In 2014, he finished and self-published his debut novel, Hell is in New Jersey. As a … Continue reading

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Kristen Furjanic

by Social Media Marketing, November 5, 2014

Brand Manager Kristin is a blogger, social media and travel enthusiast, avid yogi and night owl. She believes in delivering creative content generation, stellar brand management and an astute writing voice. She gathers inspiration from witty banter, life experiences and colorful throw pillows. A member of the American Marketing Association … Continue reading

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