Guest Blogger: New Media and the Internet Savvy Bride

Noelle Schiller is a friend of mine who works in the chaotic world of planning weddings. If you’re married or have been married and are reading this, then I’m sure you feel her pain. If you thought planning your wedding is tough trying coordinating one and doing it regularly…that’s Noelle. Not only does she have … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: The Death of Monolingualism

Chris Jefferies works as an online language tutor for a new online company called Squarko. Based out of the UK, Squarko offers in-depth courses for a number of different foreign languages. Essentially you’re in a one man virtual classroom interacting with friendly and knowledgeable tutors who are easily accessible and work around your schedule. In … Continue reading

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Social Media in Politics…The New Front-Line

As major state level campaigns begin to heat up in the race to the November elections, we begin to see an overwhelming presence of politics ingrained into our social media lives. Gone are the days where people make the very important decision of voting for a political candidate based on how many yard signs they … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Homeschooling In the Digital Age

Angie Knutson is the creator of an insanely popular blog “My Four Monkeys” a product review site for moms and dads. Angie has (you guessed it) four kids which she home-schools. Her blog chronicles the life of a home school while offering up tips and suggestions for other like minded parents. She also offers tons … Continue reading

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The New Wave of Social Media In Politics

Before working at US Markerboard, I worked in politics in. Politics is a fascinating atmosphere especially for marketing; I would even argue that it’s a marketer’s dream industry. You have the ability to take this product (candidate) who is virtually unknown and build him/her into a household name within a matter of months. Now a … Continue reading

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Blogs: The New Frontier of Online Marketing

Perhaps I’m a bit biased, and maybe this post might become a little self indulgent, but blogs have become an almost necessity in the marketing game over the last few years. The term “blog” is basically a shortened version of the words:“web log” (because that’s so hard and tedious to say).  Some of the original … Continue reading

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