Just what can a travel brand do with social media? Here are a few thoughts to spark inspiration and evoke conversation. This is just the tip of the iceberg!
Social media has helped make the hiring process and the job seeking process more manageable. These avenues also help narrow down employers and candidates to niches much more specific than if someone were to simply post a job opening on a generic job board.
For those with limited experience in the kitchen, the idea of learning to cook quick meals in the manner of a chirpy TV chef is a little daunting. These apps make life a lot easier for any cook, with any level of experience.
Magic Hour AppInstragram has been one of the biggest creative mobile apps ever. Here is short list of the best mobile apps for photographers.
Before Facebook and Twitter, families traveled based on limited resources. For adventurous people who love to explore, they took on the tasks of researching the destinations that might seem to fit their interests. They would also have to make sure all the accommodations were appropriate for their family, which usually resulted in a lot of phone calls and wishful thinking.
With summer, heat rides high; and the late afternoon social hour shifts outside for talks around the glowing coals of the family barbecue, while the sizzling grill-top delights provide the soundtrack to the evening. Enjoy these refreshingly cool and simple drink recipes to help beat the heat this summer.
Orange County Italian restaurant Cucina Enoteca has a large social media presence through Facebook and Twitter, especially with their Social Saturdays promotion.
With Facebook timeline, brands can tell a story. For restaurants, the timeline offers a great opportunity to present their food, atmosphere, culture and history, all while continuing to engage customers.
As a small business, you have to be ahead of the technology trends. More small shops are taking advantage of mobile applications to connect with their customers. Sometimes it makes sense to embrace a mobile app, but other times, you could be wasting your time.
As social media marketers, we've seen it all too often. A brand starts a Twitter account or Facebook page, only to abandon it within a few months, if not weeks. ...