Social Networking Tag

09 Aug Eight Months Without Facebook

Eight months ago today, it happened. I became one of the few. The odd. The faceless. On November 9, 2016, I officially – finally! – quit Facebook. This wasn’t something I took lightly. Nor was it something that happened overnight. It had been brewing in me for...

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30 Apr The Live-Streaming Showdown

It’s an epic battle, rivaling the intensity and ferocity of Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather. Alright, fine. Maybe that was a bit of an exaggeration. If you’ve been paying attention to social media news lately, you’ve probably seen a ton of buzz around two apps that seem...

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15 Jul B2B Sales: Revere Your Referrals

We have had a busy quarter at SpeakerBox, and fortunately it seems like the phone has been ringing, emails are coming in, on top of inbound leads. We adoped an inbound marketing strategy for our agency specifically, and it paid off by bringing in leads...

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20 May Oh Snap.

So this is my super hypocritical blog post. I don't get Snapchat. I don't think it's useful if you're not into sexting, and I can't for the life of me figure out why you'd want to use it for marketing since the messages don't last. That said,...

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03 Feb Social and News Blend Through Paper

We’ve been seeing the convergence of traditional news and social media taking place for sometime now.  Often it’s hard – some might say pointless -- to try and differentiate between things like Twitter and LinkedIn, and blogs and sites such as The New York Times,...

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29 Nov You Can Have Your Turkey and Photograph It Too

Golden deep-fried turkeys. Sweet potatoes covered in marshmallows. Brightly colored cranberry sauce. Sounds like a pretty good Thanksgiving Day spread, right? Well, it also sounds very similar to my Instagram feed all day yesterday. As Thanksgiving and Hanukkah aligned for the first time in over a...

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30 May Will Yahoo Ruin Tumblr?

It was about two weeks ago now, Yahoo announced a $1.1 billion deal to take control of microblogging meets social networking site Tumblr.  The deal was met with great skepticism from Tumblr users as to whether or not old-school Yahoo would even know where to...

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