Google is probably the most powerful and popular search engine you can find in the world. It was founded in 1998, and has grown far beyond a simple search engine. Today, Google includes services that incorporate productivity (Google docs), scheduling (Google calendar), communication (gmail), storage (Google drive), navigation (Google maps), and so much more. If… Continue reading Google+ Shutdown: What its Demise Means to You
Content Curation How Do you Decide What to Share? Can I let you in on a little secret? Content curation is not necessarily about creating thousands of things to share on social media. Over a period of time you might write plenty of articles, but not everything you share on your social channels needs to… Continue reading Content Curation: How Do You Decide What to Share?
Last week was a short week, but not lacking in excitement. I shared plenty of regular posts for clients and wrote a blog post or two. On Wednesday though, I met up with a woman who organizes part of a local festival. I spent a good chunk of the day discussing social media, scheduling, content… Continue reading Teamwork: Does your Team Work Together?
Connections: Keeping your Social Media Management in the Loop For those of you in need of someone to manage your social media accounts, I have a tip. Let the person who is handling your accounts know what you are doing. If you are updating them yourself, it is easy to add pictures from your day,… Continue reading Connections