We recently received two awards from the Internet Marketing Assocition for their IMPACT14 Conference. We were chosen as a Leader in Website Aesthetics and Social Media Campaigns. Weʻd like to thank the IMA for honoring us with this award!
Most businesses are aware that social media and marketing are now working together as one. One of the many social media outlets we recommend to our client is Instagram. Instagram, for those of you who donʻt know, is a mobile application that allows you to take pictures, edit them, and post them online for others to see. We thought it would be good to share a few of the tips we share with our clients about having a successful and professional Instagram profile!
What does it all mean???
The creators of emojli, Matt Gray and Tom Scott, felt that there was a need for a spam free social network that can potentially cross the language barrier because there is, in fact, no language besides the emojis and they are the only allowable characters.
For those of you not familiar with what an emoji is, check out this article called “5 Things You Need to Know About Emojiʻs.” In the article you can see just how far up the emoji goes, including a petition from the White House for a hotdog emoji!
Would you use an app that used only emojis?
Having negative comments is going to happen. Itʻs part of what makes Facebook/Twitter such an interactive outlet for consumers. The key is not having the last word, but using the word “LAST.”
Social media is not going anywhere, and we hope your company is keeping up! Because of the nature of social media and the public’s desire to speak with a person and not an automated system, it is becoming more and more apparent that companies (big or small) need a social media policy. A social media policy or code of conduct should be in place to help protect your business and your employees.
Social media marketing is taking off and this is truly apparent by the ads we’ve been seeing lately on the side of our Facebook feed.