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Instagram Reporting Considerations

Instagram Reporting Considerations

by Ryan Estes, September 28, 2015

This post originally appeared on Sprout Social “Those unable to catalog the past are doomed to repeat it.” —Lemony Snicket That line probably sounds like it was announced by your high school history teacher, but it was actually written by Lemony Snicket—though he’s hardly the creator. It’s an old adage that has … Continue reading

How to Use Instagram to Grow Your Business

by Danny Mack, August 17, 2015

How to Use Instagram to Grow Your Business  The photo sharing app, Instagram, is an increasingly popular social network that cannot be ignored by businesses. With over 300 million users, brands like Ben & Jerry’s have seen a 17% hike in awareness on a product release. According to SproutSocial, Instagram … Continue reading

60 Examples of What To Post on Social Media

60 Examples of What To Post on Social Media

by Ryan Estes, July 2, 2015

Personalize Your Social Media Marketing Whether you are the lone soldier or a member of a larger social / content team, your audience is going to be curious who exactly they are talking to on social media. Give them a feel for who you are. If there is an opportunity, end … Continue reading

Tagged on : howto , recommendations , tips
Get Facebook Place Tips for Your Business Page

Get Facebook Place Tips for Your Business Page

by Ryan Estes, June 9, 2015

New From Facebook: Place Tips For Your Business Page via Facebook The most reliable way for businesses to serve Place Tips is with a Facebook Bluetooth® beacon, a device businesses request from Facebook. Beacons use Bluetooth to send a signal to the Facebook app on customers’ phones to show them … Continue reading

Filled under : facebook , For business , Social Media

The Roost Stand v2 is LIVE on Kickstarter

by Ryan Estes, May 26, 2015

We are proud to announce our client The Roost Stand’s return to Kickstarter. We were there for their first run in June of 2013. After several years of strong sales, James took the design back to the drawing board and the results on Kickstarter here // http://kck.st/1J27Dgb We’re vigorously hitting refresh on … Continue reading

Filled under : For business

Google Works

by Ryan Estes, April 15, 2015

How Google Works from Eric Schmidt Today we all live and work in the Internet Century, where technology is roiling the business landscape, and the pace of change is only accelerating. In their new book How Google Works, Google Executive Chairman and ex-CEO Eric Schmidt and former SVP of Products … Continue reading

Tagged on : Business , Denver , internet , marketing

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

Tagged on : social media , talklaunch , twitter

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

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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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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