October 3, 2016
What to Know About Facebook for Work

What to Know About Facebook for Work

Facebook at Work has been impending now for over a year. Their test pilot launched in January of 2015, but after working through the kinks, they are now ready for the full launch on October 10th. But what is it? Facebook at Work is a collaborative project management tool that employers can use to come together to manage projects, trade ideas, chat using Facebook’s messenger feature for both text messages and video conference calls. The […]
September 30, 2016

Social Media’s “Not So” Junk Drawer

As social media lovers, we are constantly creating, scheduling and keeping up with the hottest trends around. Having a cozy, fun and inspirational workplace is essential. After all, we like to keep things creative and “modern” around here. I must say…  I might be a little slightly obsessed when it comes to decor, accessories, organization and planning. Check out some of my favorite gadgets and planning supplies that keep me organized as a Community Manager […]
September 28, 2016

#WebWeds: Social Media Launching Voter Registration Drives

Note: This was featured as part of our Web Wednesday segment on Charleston’s 105.5 The Bridge with Box in the Morning. You can catch us every Wednesday morning at 8:20 am ET for your dose of social media & digital marketing news. You can listen to the segment below:     Yesterday was National Voter Registration Day, and with the 2016 presidential election right around the corner, it’s definitely time to register to vote if […]
September 26, 2016

Choosing a Typeface for Your Brand

Choosing the right font for your brand can have a pretty serious impact on how you are perceived by your customer base. There are thousands of typefaces available on the web these days, and each one has it’s own personality. It can be an intimidating process, as you want to ensure that the font resonates with how you want to portray yourself, but you also need to consider the logistical issues associated with choosing a […]
September 23, 2016

More Room to Talk: Twitter Has (Sort Of) Increased Its Character Limit

Twitter’s character limit has been quite a controversial topic throughout the year of 2016. At the beginning of the year, rumors began that the social media platform was going to increase their 140-character limit, even to 10,000 characters. As a platform that has made a name in microblogging thanks to its short and sweet tweet limit, many of us were about ready to throw in the Twitter towel when we caught wind of that announcement. […]