When you need just a tweak or two to make your photos better, try these easy-to-use, free online tools.
Some brands use social media like a big billboard, and they “yell” at people from this platform. Today’s consumers do not want to be “talked at,” they want to get to know your brand and your company. This requires a voice that “talks to” them.
Pullquote, a Chrome app, makes it easy to share quotes on Twitter, says Lifehacker’s Patrick Allan.
Twitter is one of the largest, most heavily trafficked social media networks, but don’t let that scare you away from getting active on it.
Let’s face it: Meetings can be a drag. Get things going at your next meeting with an app. Kit Eaton at the New York Times, suggests six apps to try at your next get-together.
With almost every employee already using a mobile device, why not use that mobile device to increase productivity through a mobile training program?
Free survey tools enable you to query your customers, staff or followers about a particular topic. You can set up a two- to three-question survey in under five minutes with any of these online survey tools.
Digital marketing changes so fast that even employees dedicated to staying ahead of it can feel overwhelmed. Here are some trends to watch this year.
If you’re like most people, you find it annoying to click an article online and have a video pop up automatically. Here's the trick to thwarting it.
Information about which ads you have clicked on, and the IP addresses that are logged in with Facebook or have logged into or out of Facebook, can only be obtained by downloading your Facebook data.