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Month: October 2012

“Show Me the Blog” Social Media Conference 2012 Recap

Over the weekend Social Media Manager, Krista Fisher and I went to the Show Me the Blog conference here in St. Louis. The conference focused on social media and how to make the most out of sites and the content that is featured. It was a great opportunity for networking and a fun way to […]

October Meet & Greet

It’s time for another Indoff Partner Meet & Greet! This month we are talking with Sammy Stephens. Sammy sells within three of Indoff’s five divisions; Business Products, Promotional Products, and Commercial Printing. The Interview: -If you could live anywhere in the world, no strings attached, where would you live? Why? On a 75-100 acre homestead […]

Small Businesses and Social Media

I’m sure many people think that social media is a relatively quick fix for a company that is looking for exposure, especially for a small business. While it is a great way to jump start a company’s internet presence, social media takes time to become sticky and catch on with your targeted audience. According to […]

Making the Most Out of a YouTube Post

I would say that most of us are pretty familiar with YouTube. It’s a great site that allows users to upload videos, whether done professionally or shot via an iPhone. While it is so easy to start your own channel on YouTube and begin uploading videos, some users don’t go the extra mile to help […]

How Much Is Too Much?

These days, social media is everywhere. There are hundreds of social media sites, all over the internet that keep all of us in touch. It is an amazing technology that has truly defined the way we live our lives. Organizations love social media for all of its opportunity. It is a great way to connect […]

Don’t Be Dispensable

Everyone knows that not everything is meant to last forever. Whether it’s a law or a fashion trend, people seem to change as the years pass, therefore causing the things in their lives to change with them. According to a recent LinkedIn blog post, we should expect to see more professional items start to disappear […]