Traditionally we have thought of bullying as a school issue. Kids can be brutal. We should know - we were all kids once and were either the victim, bully or bystander. One thing many of us learned as we grew older though is that bullies exist everywhere. Those bullies aren’t limited to school and childhood. However, we learn a lot in our years on how to manage those types of people. That is, we seemed to learn how to manage them.
SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a topic many love and are passionate about (including us). We've collected some quotations from many of the leaders of the SEO and Social Media Marketing world to share with you. Some are funny. Others are inspirational. A few may give you that warm, fuzzy feeling of knowing you are doing something right. Enjoy.
Okay - I know every business is not making these mistakes but because I am on Facebook about 98% of the time I am awake, I do see these mistakes a lot. I see them enough that I was inspired to write this blog and even had to scale it back some or it would be tl;dr. If you are playing by Facebook rules I applaud you. If you aren't or are not sure, please take a few minutes to learn some of the rules and etiquette of Facebook posting for business.
These days, great content and images go hand in hand. In fact, image-based social sharing sites like Tumblr and Vine have been gaining ground and as a result Facebook and Twitter have been making their sites more photo-friendly.
This is only a problem when people unknowingly use photos without considering copyright and legal issues. Every blogger is pulling pictures off Pinterest or Google and sharing photos right? Maybe some are, but they’re doing it wrong.
In social media, the World Cup is becoming the biggest social media event ever. We can learn a few things from World Cup Fever that will guide you in examples of ways to create visual content and user engagement:
1. Always use appropriate humor. You can never go wrong with it. After all, it is the best medicine.