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How One Brick-and-Mortar Sneaker Boutique is Killing It in Social

  In the shadows of College Basketball’s Mecca on the campus of the University of Kentucky, stands a mecca of its own. Oneness Premium Boutique sits at 431 Jersey Street in Lexington, a premium menswear boutique with a “focus in premium footwear.” The aesthetics of the shop are visually stimulating to sneakerheads and casual passersby…

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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 www.SplashMedia.com 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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Doritos’ ‘Crash the Super Bowl’ Contest

Doritos is challenging fans everywhere to create an awesome commercial and crash the Super Bowl! For the eighth consecutive year, Doritos is inviting creative Doritos fans and ambitious filmmakers to submit a 30-second commercial and enter for a chance to win anywhere from $1,000 up to $1,000,000, an opportunity to have your commercial aired during…

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Social Silence and Your Brand

Tragedies happen. Whether foreign, domestic, acts of terror or natural disasters, a time will come when your brand’s marketing messaging becomes not only obsolete but also inappropriate. So what is a smart social marketer to do? The anniversary of the tragedy of 9/11 came and went recently, and at Splash Media the internal dialogue went…

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How to Market Using Facebook Hashtags

Hashtags were first introduced via Twitter six years ago, and since then they have migrated onto Instagram, Tumblr, Vine, Pinterest, and many other social platforms. Now, at long last, Facebook has incorporated clickable and searchable hashtags onto its platform. Is your business making the most of marketing with Facebook hashtags? If the answer is yes,…

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Top 5 Splash Media Blogs of 2012

Here at Splash Media, we believe that great content is the catalyst for conversation, sharing and engagement.  We also believe that great content that is optimized will build search equity for your brand over time. The best way to feature that content is through a blog, in conjunction with sharing over other social media platforms.…

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Creative Exercises for Social Media Content

  As social media marketing grows by leaps and bounds, so does the need for exceptional social media content. As more and more companies join the various social media platforms, the harder it will be for each brand to stand out. Not only do consumers want to see original, quality social media content, but the…

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SplashCast: Can’t Buy Me Love- Or Fans and Followers

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvgSsGWOans There’s a right way for businesses to build out their social media communities: by giving them great content that they want to comment on and share with others. The wrong way involves spending hard-earned money on buying Facebook fans and Twitter followers. The Beatles were right, folks: you can’t buy yourself love. You’ll only…

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Scaring Up Social Media Marketing Halloween Treats, and Stories You May Have Missed

In the world of social media, every holiday presents a special marketing opportunity – a special theme used to push or launch a product or service, a chance to offer exclusive content, another shot at goosing the conversation between customer and company. Okay, so Halloween isn’t an official holiday, unless you manage a Party City;…

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