Items Tagged with 'social media'


Mercedes sues in dispute with artists

September 27, 2019
| By AP
DETROIT — Mercedes-Benz USA is asking a judge to protect it from legal action over its use of images of outdoor murals in Detroit in social media posts. Read More

Nine tips to unplug in the workplace

July 26, 2019
As a society, slowing down isn’t always easy as we’re more connected than ever — with 96% of Americans owning a cell phone and 1 in 4 admitting they’re “constantly online,” according to the Pew Research Center. Read More

Shop running social media contest for 'free year of ice cream'

September 18, 2018
A local ice cream shop is running a contest for Instagram users during ArtPrize that will result in the winner receiving a “free year of ice cream.” Read More

Sharing memes digitally could land you in hot water

Copyright laws do not fully protect those who distribute photos, videos online.

May 25, 2018
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Memes are everywhere on the internet. Read More

Should your business try influencer marketing?

November 28, 2017
If you’ve spent any time on Instagram, the phrases “link in bio,” “swipe up” and “#sponsored” will sound pretty familiar. As social media platforms continually evolve, they have created more and more ways for brands to promote their products and engage with fans. However, the competition is tough and attention levels are short. Enter: influencers. Read More

A love letter to LinkedIn

October 31, 2017
Dear LinkedIn, Read More

Millennials and brand loyalty

September 29, 2017
Peanut butter. Jam. Bread. Read More

I know you love your business, but do your customers?

September 29, 2017
What is posted about you on Google or on any social media is a reflection of how others perceive you. Read More

I know you love your business, but do your customers?

March 10, 2017
What’s the “RAP” on you and your business? Read More

How brands should react to Facebook reactions

March 18, 2016
As you might be aware, Facebook finally rolled out its new reactions feature following months of testing. Users now have the option to do more than “Like” content on Facebook — they can also express "Love," "Haha," "Wow," "Sad" and "Angry." Read More