Has your business mastered Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram? Looking for a new angle to reach 13-25-year-old females? Snapchat may be your answer. It may have earned a bad reputation amongst parents, but Snapchat has been proven to be an effective marketing tool. More and more companies are turning to Snapchat to offer giveaways, showcase new products or events, and give users an idea of what their company does behind the scene. With more than 400 million snaps sent last year (according to Social Media Today), Snapchat gives its audience a more personalized approach to marketing. It used to be only about disappearing photos, but the company recently stepped up its game and is now offering stories, which are videos that can be watched for a 24-hour period. As with any social media platform, Snapchat has its disadvantages. It usually reaches a smaller demographic and can be hard to build a large audience. But if you are looking for more targeted promotions or want to give your company a cool, hip image, give Snapchat a try. How is your company creatively using Snapchat?
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Our good friend TJ Barbe-Marbois and his team built Vero – True Social and we’ve been following their progress since the app was in beta. We’re proud to see their hard work and original vision coming to fruition. Last week, Vero was the #1 download in 18 countries for both iOS and Android app stores. Congratulations to Vero – True Social!
Moving your WordPress website to a new host can seem intimidating. There’s one handy tool, the DNS record, that helps us migrate sites without interruption to all the other services connected to your site like subdomains, emails, domain verifications, and secure forms.
CSS v HTML – Still confused? Think of HTML as the Architecture & engine of your website. HTML describes the placement of content such as text or pictures and retrieves online information. CSS is the Interior Designer that communicates what colors, fonts, and designs the website’s content will have.