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Posted on | February 2, 2017 | No Comments

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Check out the latest winter blast of blog posts from digital marketing agency Elliance.

Tune up Your Twitter for a Successful Social Media Marketing Campaign
by Scott Kozelnik
So now that 2017 is in full flap, let’s jump right in and get that bird tuned up and singing on key. Here is some Twitter 411 to help with your social media marketing this year. – Aha!

Migration or migraine? It’s your choice.
by Bob Taylor
Anyone who has ever suffered through a migraine knows the symptoms: headache, distorted vision, irritability, dizziness, nausea, etc. Anyone who has ever gone through a website content migration has probably experienced some of these same symptoms. – Aha!

More than a single story — A look into the Elliance Discovery Process
by Jordan Chepke
In what is one of the most inspiring TED Talks I have heard, novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie shares about the impact stories can have, as well as the dangers that come with sharing a single story — or one side of the whole story. – Aha!
story telling

Should marketers make New Year’s resolutions?
by Carole Reinert
Instead of making resolutions at work or in your personal life, consider focusing on one single word. Fast Company wrote about the one word process and says that, “The one-word technique isn’t just for people; companies have adopted the process, too.” – Aha!

Put me in coach…
by Krystal Duke
Founded in 2009, Dribbble has quickly become one of the largest digital platforms for designers to show and tell, promote, discover, and explore design. With over 500,000 users, 300+ of which call Pittsburgh home, Dribbble is changing the way designers share their work, find new clients, make friends and expand their skillset. – Aha!

Can three words liberate corporate profits?
by Abu Noaman
Neuroscientists would disagree with Juliet’s famous words from William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. – Aha!

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