Posts Tagged:Google

Google+ Hashtags: How Do They Work?!

By now, many of you are finally starting to come around to the Google+ phenomenon, as evidenced by the number of active users in 2013 soaring to 540 million by October. So it should come as no surprise that the hashtags we all know and love are now being used on Google+ to make it…

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Splash Media is Thankful for…

  We, at Splash Media, would like to wish all of our viewers a very Happy Thanksgiving! For more information on social media solutions visit us at or connect with us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+.

How Brands are Using No-Shave November

In case you haven’t heard, this month has been designated No-Shave November. Designed to raise cancer awareness and funding, No-Shave November is a web-based initiative in which people are encouraged to forgo personal hair removal for a month, while donating the money that would’ve gone toward personal grooming to cancer research. Forming teams and finding…

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SplashCast: What Can Google+ Add To Social Media Marketing? Google’s latest attempt at a social network is getting much better reviews than predecessors Google Wave and Google Buzz. But what can Circles, Hangouts and Sparks do for a company’s online branding efforts? In this week’s SplashCast, host Renay San Miguel talks to Splash Media social media manager Adam Robinson about what there is…

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The Impact of the Facebook Pages Revamp on Social Media Marketers

Facebook has rolled out new fan pages, complete with new features that assist businesses in their social media marketing efforts. Contact Splash Media for more information on using social media in marketing.

Social Media Marketing for Small Businesses: Stories You May Have Missed Feb. 18, 2011

Take heart: the weekend is almost here. But before the rest and relaxation really begins, consider these headlines from the past week regarding do’s and don’t’s, case studies and can’t-miss-examples of social media marketing: 10 Laws of Social Media Marketing Susan Gunelius, CEO of marketing communications firm KeySplash Creative, writes a great primer on what…

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The Social Media Minute for December 21, 2010

A Timely Treatment For A Timeless Christmas Message What if Facebook, Twitter and YouTube existed at the time of the Nativity? That’s the premise of two popular YouTube videos making the rounds on social networks, and while both employ varying degrees of reverence, they’re also providing an early Christmas gift of sorts to businesses and…

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The Social Media Minute for December 14, 2010

The 2010 Roundup: Lon Safko On The Year In Social Media Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Yelp, Foursquare, Gowalla, Groupon, etc. The developments of the past 12 months in social media are starting to give Lon Safko an industrial-strength case of deja vu’. “Watching the social media industry grow reminds me of exactly how the original computer…

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The Social Media Minute for October 15, 2010

“What if your search engine could somehow bring in the people you trust most?” That is the question posed at the beginning of a video demonstrating the integration announced this week of Microsoft’s Bing search engine and Facebook, currently dominating computer and movie screens around the world.

What is SEO in the year 2010?

Search engine optimization is a discipline that changes as quickly and as often as the internet does. While the prospect of getting a website seen by search engines is as old as the internet, the idea of special optimization to achieve this hasn’t been around forever – and the industry as a whole looks very different than it did in the late 1990s. SEO professionals have gone from single-person operations to extensive marketing teams that are just as important to modern businesses as brick and mortar based marketing companies.

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