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The Star button– its not used enough on twitter. Don’t believe us try this little trick.
Someone says something nice about you? You could… ReTweet and look a a little overly self-promotional, you could Old school “RT @username: @yourtwitterhandle is the bestest speaker EVER! // You’re Right” and at least appear passively bragging about yourself (you [...]
If Homer Simpson was a client of ours, this is how we would explain social media to him:
Twitter –> I am eating a Donut
Facebook –> I like Donuts
Foursquare –> This is where I eat my Donuts
Instagram –> Here is a vintage photo of my donut
Youtube –> Watch Me eating my donut
Linkedin –> My Skills include [...]
We have done so much content creating recently for social media campaigns, we thought it was time to share a few tid-bits to keep in mind when creating content on the web.
These are a few cornerstones to the social media strategy StyleVox implements
Sharebility- Creating content that provokes your audience to apply content to their life easily. [...]
I Won’t Watch was co-founded by nationally recognized youth speaker, EJ Swanson. The idea is to sell watches at a price people can afford that also give the most social good for their dollar. Having just announced a partnership with Compassiona International, $8 from every watch goes to a project backed by one of the [...]
StyleVox is doing something different.
We are bringing Social Media to the real world. No longer will your professional accounts be managed by some techie in his mom’s basement (wearing bunny slippers). No longer will you ask your administrator to “tweet stuff” while you fly to your next engagement. If you are a professional on the [...]
We recently sat in a room for a presentation. We went willingly– it had nothing to do with a real estate investment, or the next big pyramid scheme. There was probably a thousand or so of sitting in seats shoulder to shoulder giving all of our attention to the stage.
Each person in the room was [...]
Your Bio. It is the one thing everyone sees first. And the only element of your profile constantly send to others, if they have email notifications. Even the #letsfly Twitter 3.0 moved the Bio from its lost place on the right side of the page to almost the first place you look on the site.
they held 50 creatives on retainer at different points in a year. I call it the creative “gun-slinger” model.