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Videos are one of the fastest growing advertising formats on the Internet. Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are among the social networks that have fast become competitors with YouTube. Facebook, in particular, has developed into one of the most popular sources for video advertising on the web. According to a recent survey, more than 80% of...
It was only a matter of time until Google joined the trend of social media being the wave of the future in regards to online marketing and search driven results. I do have to admit that it took them a while to figure out how to create something to get involved in the social media...
If you’re using Facebook for business, you’ve probably noticed the mandatory switch to Timeline in more ways than one. Not only do you need to find your all-time best picture for your personal cover photo, you’ve got to figure out how to put your business’s best foot forward. Without being too sales-y, too promotional or...
A client came to us recently with a great question: How do you decide whether to post an idea to Facebook or your blog? It’s a great question, one that many people have probably asked themselves during the initial stages of their social media marketing. Here are some guidelines for knowing when to post to...
Lately, us folks at TargetClick Marketing have been getting pretty darn curious about a highly talked about sexy new tool, and her name is Pinterest. Pinterest shares photos with just about everyone, but before your mind wanders astray keep in mind that I’m taking about a social network. Pinterest is setup in a vision-board style,...
If you read @gregjass’s last post you know that sometimes we have a love-hate relationship with Google. Today I want to talk about the love part, but not just for Google. There are two things on the Internet this week that I love: Giraffe Bread and Pinterest.  I’ll go ahead and assume that you do...
I know that New Year’s resolutions are traditionally reserved for, well, the “new year.”  But I thought we’d get a head start.  You may have noticed that our blogging efforts started out strong, then dwindled a bit and now, they’re absolutely dismal.  For this, we are sincerely sorry.  As a small business, sometimes we have...
1. Someone says, “What if we look online and people are saying bad things?” This is one I’ve never understood.  If they’re saying bad things about you, don’t you want to know?  It’s like choosing to have someone talk behind your back instead of communicating issues face-to-face.  Maybe the “talk behind your back” thing seems...