Category Archives: In The Media

6 big multicultural marketing fails

My article 6 big multicultural marketing fails was originally published at Fresh Business Thinking Multicultural marketing… what is it? Well, according to Forbes, by 2042 there will be no dominant ethnic group and we will be an increasingly integrated community. Great right? Sure, but is your marketing keeping up? With the awesome developments in demographic targeting

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A Surefire Way to Get Verified on Twitter

This article was written by Charli and published first at AgoraPulse– leaders in social media management software. Twitter recently announced a “ verified” button and the Twittersphere is buzzing over which users can get it and how. In this article I’m going to explain how to get verified on Twitter without any hiccups along the way. Why

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5 Time Saving Tools for Busy Social Media Managers

Article written by Charli and published at Kreatix Magazine Contrary to popular belief, social media managers don’t spend all day playing Candy Crush and chatting to friends. With so many networks to manage, content to produce and reports to generate, it often can be impossible to stay on track. Does that feeling of overwhelm sound

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7 Election Hashtags to Follow

This Article was written by Charli and first published at Digital Marketing Magazine With the 2016 US presidential election inching closer, candidates are ramping up their social media efforts. While 2012 was considered the first social media election, its 2016 successor will likely blow it out of the water in terms of engagement and overall

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5 Ways to Use Video Marketing to Boost Sales and Client Retention

This post was initially published by Digital Marketing Magazine The human race watches over 6 billion hours of video on YouTube every month – and that’s just YouTube! As you’ve probably noticed, video content moves eyeballs much more than words on a screen. But for many content managers, video is the last frontier of their

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5 social media developments you may have missed

  Originally Published At Fresh Business Thinking Social media has become an indispensable part of our business and personal lives. With so much happening in the tech sector, it’s not always easy to keep up to speed on all the latest developments. That’s why in this article I’m going to give you a rundown of

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Google Duo Looks to Compete in a Crowded Market

Originally published by Charli at Linkedin Google is the world’s most powerful internet company, having successfully taken over search engine optimisation (SEO) with Google search and electronic mail with Gmail. Since then, however, the company has struggled with so-called “real-time” communications, such as new messaging tools. So… how will Google Duo look to compete in a

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LinkedIn Etiquette: Are You Breaking The Rules?

This article was originally published at AgoraPulse– the leading suppliers of social media management tools Like every social network, LinkedIn has its own official rules of conduct. But most LinkedIn etiquette expectations come from the LinkedIn community. In this article, I’ll tell you the fundamental Dos and Don’ts of LinkedIn etiquette and offer up a few tips to help

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10 Finance Gurus to Follow on Social Media for Inspiration

This article was first published at Forex.Info, a leading finance and market analysis website. Whether you’re a new trader or veteran of many years, seeking out the advice of experts can help you make better investment decisions. The good news is you no longer have to go very far to get the inspiration or wisdom

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Top 5 Best TED Talks on Finance

This article was first published at Forex.Info, a leading market analysis website. Money management and personal finances don’t come easy to everyone. Luckily, there is a series of passionate videos designed to not only educate, but inspire you toward action. TED Talks are a series of influential videos from experts and industry leaders from around

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