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    Stats for Social Media Savvy Businesses

    Posted by Richard Wagstaff, on Tue, May 31,"16

    Let's all be honest here: everyone and their second cousin’s aunt has a social media presence now. No matter what you do or how old you are, the social sphere is so much more than viral videos and #hashtags; it’s a communication tool. Just as the newspaper was once the revolutionary, go-to source for the happenings of the world around you, the online social media arena has made the world that much smaller.

    Think about it: there are approx. 320 million Twitter users right now; 400 million on Instagram; anda whopping 1.59 billion on Facebook. At any given moment, you can communicate your message to the masses. Likewise, you can listen to what the masses are saying. It’s pretty powerful stuff. But with this stuff comes responsibility. Wielding your social media prowess is not to be trifled with – especially if you’re getting more social on behalf of your business brand!

    Our advice? Take a look at our latest infographic “Stats for Social Media Savvy Businesses.

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    Topics: Infographic, Social Media

    Improve Your Digital Reputation With Social Media and Content

    Posted by Richard Wagstaff, on Mon, May 30,"16

    Building your brand takes time and resources, and in today’s connected world, the reputation that you’ve worked so hard to build can be tarnished with just a few keystrokes. Your company's information can quickly go viral, which is great - if it’s the kind of information that draws in consumers. Like it or not, what’s said about your company online can make or break your success. Fortunately, utilizing social media and content can help you to improve your digital reputation.

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    Topics: Social Media, Online Reputation

    How to Master Online Reputation Management

    Posted by Richard Wagstaff, on Fri, May 20,"16

    In life, reputation is an important thing. It's the intangible component we use to shape our thoughts and actions toward each other. A reputation is built, little by little, over a lengthy period of time. The more effort you put into the cultivation of your reputation, the stronger it will be.

    It's the same way in business. As consumers, we often decide to deal with brands we trust (because they have a good reputation). In the workplace, we partner with companies that have an established presence within an industry. We do this to feel safe and comfortable with our decisions.

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    Topics: Digital Marketing Videos, Online Reputation

    Social Media: Sales, Marketing and Reputation Management

    Posted by Richard Wagstaff, on Mon, May 16,"16

    Despite what some naysayers thought three or four years ago it's become clear that social media is now a core element of digital marketing. Whether it's simply maintaining a brand presence, creating brand awareness, using a social media platform for reputation management or simply to show off your product it's undeniable that social media provides a whole host of advantages.

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    Topics: Social Media, Online Reputation

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