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Social Media or Not, Here We Post: Those Scary Facebook Folks

In this is edition of Ennect Online Marketing Software’s Social Media or Not, Here We Post, we look at how social media giant Facebook is dabbling in more than just keeping families and friends connected through social media posts.  Facebook is actually using facial recognition in social media photo posts to store your digitized image […]

Social Media for Predicting The Weather and Event Planning Success!

A recent tech article in the U.K. Sun reported that social media behavior can be used to predict future events including the weather.  The article focuses on a research team from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington and their premise that user behavior on social media reflects events in the real […]

A Summer Breeze of Digital Marketing ideas, musings and inspirations from Elliance that will make you go AHA!

Check out the latest summer breeze of blog posts from Pittsburgh digital marketing agency Elliance. 11 Strategies for Improving Admissions Yield (#HigherEducation) by Abu Noaman Students hold the keys to the survival and prosperity of colleges. Student deposits are moments of truth for Vice Presidents of Enrollment at colleges and Presidents. Cash coffers are either […]

Google Tax, Facebook Global Domination and The Millennial Question of Wi-Fi vs. Clean Underwear

In this is edition of Ennect Online Marketing Software’s Social or Not, Here We Post we continue to learn more about Facebook’s goal of global domination, how Uber is trying to take a bite out of Apple’s iPhone and the question on everyone’ mind, “Would I rather have clean undies or Wi-Fi in my home?” […]

“Social or Not, Here We Post” – Social Media Marketing and Digital Happenings

So, what’s the latest digital scoop in the world of social media marketing?  Check out Ennect Online Marketing Software’s “Social or Not, Here We Post” social media, software and digital review.  This time we cover recent grumblings about online censorship, fake social media users, paying for the Blue Bird (Twitter) and a boycott of Google […]

The Emarketing Blog: Readers’ Choice Top Ten Marketing Blog Posts of 2016

It’s that time of year again, a time for Top 10s, countdowns and best of lists. So in keeping with the year-end tradition we would like to present the Top Ten Emarketing Blog Posts of 2016! The top 10 list is based on the overall blog traffic of our readers and takes into consideration social […]

Digital Marketing Trends: Some Millennials Logging out of Social Media and Digital Lifestyle

Millennial trends are the hot topic of many digital marketers these days. One emerging trend that digital marketers and social media gurus should keep an eye on is how some Millennials are shying away from certain types of social media and re-thinking the wireless lifestyle. It seems that the young are tiring of the social […]

Are Twitter Hashtags Polluting The Social Media Digital Beach?

Social media giant Twitter seems to be in the news a lot these days. From reports of financial instability to the rumor of expanding character limits, Twitter just can’t stay out of the tech media’s crosshairs. The most recent scrutiny of Twitter comes from Ryan McCready at Venngage.  Ryan’s article claims that Twitter hashtags are […]

Are you social media safe?

And the security hits keep on coming! Recent hacks with Twitter and other social media platforms have users on edge as stolen credentials and personal information is showing up for sale on dark net markets. It seems that mass redundant password usage is a huge security issue – not for only social media but for […]

A Netflix Lesson for Concerted Customer Communications Using Email Marketing Software

Thank you Netflix for making a strong case for email marketing software in conjunction with social media and SEO for concerted customer messaging.  There is a recent article by Melissa Ward at Target Marketing that explains her frustration with the lack of direct communication regarding the upcoming May 2016 increase in Netflix service fees.  Ward […]

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