eCommerce, mCommerce & Social Media

By Paige ~ August 30, 2012

The world of eCommerce and mCommerce are booming, just look at how many people visit websites like https://www.raise.com/coupons/macys every day in order to find the best coupon codes to use online. Every year, the number of people buying from their computers, phones and tablets is increasing. Studies show that women account for 58% of online shopping…

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The Community Manager Debate

By Paige ~ August 20, 2012

Over the last few weeks there have been quite a few articles back and forth over the topic of community management and who is more appropriate for the job. The first thing that I thought of after reading these articles was, “Wow, could you stereotype just a little bit more?” The first article that spurred…

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Networking in the Digital Age

By Paige ~ July 11, 2012

People no longer have to go to official networking events in order to meet other professionals. The Internet & social media have made networking as easy as the click of a button. What does that mean for recent graduates or people who want to find a new life path? Get online and network, network, network!  All…

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Are You a Shameless Self-Promoter?

By Paige ~ June 19, 2012

Over the last year since signing my life over to Facebook, Twitter & the rest of the social media world, I’ve had the experience to meet and observe lots of very different people online. Some of the online personalities I’ve seen are: The In-Your-Facers who are blunt, honest and very real with no real censor…

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Less Statistically IS More

By Paige ~ May 17, 2012

One of the many tired and true arguments in social media is the ‘Quality v. Quantity’ debate. In many cases, with the experts in the industry on the ‘Quality’ side, and the clients on the ‘Quantity’ side. That’s why it’s nice when there’s real statistics and evidence to back up what so many social media experts…

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