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Video Marketing Facts & Stats for 2017

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | April 7, 2017

Video marketing has taken social media by storm.  More and more people are interested in watching a video than reading a blog or post.  Here is some video data, and how you can add it to your marketing strategy. Trends By 2020, 80% of all consumer internet traffic will be videos (CISCO). Facebook users areContinue Reading Video Marketing Facts & Stats for 2017

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Marketing Strategies for 2017

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | April 6, 2017

Marketing trends change as fast as Maine weather.  It is important to know the current trends when promoting your business.  Below are five of the best ways to deliver your message in 2017. 1.  Go Mobile Mobile users are online more than any other platform.  This means it’s important to make sure your online presence isContinue Reading Marketing Strategies for 2017

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Maine’s 2017 Tourism Outlook

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | April 3, 2017

Despite a snow storm I was once again able to attend the annual Governor’s Conference on Tourism.  I met many fantastic people and learned a lot of useful information to share with you about tourism in Maine.  The Maine Office of Tourism (MOT) seeks to make Maine the best four-season destination in New England.  The annualContinue Reading Maine’s 2017 Tourism Outlook

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Statistics: Who uses Twitter

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | April 2, 2017

Here are statistics from data collected in early 2017 by Pew Research Center about Twitter users.  All data is based on the percentage of U.S. adults who use social media.  Before marketing to your customers, you need to know where you can find them.  Twitter is used by a wide variety of people.  The platform hasContinue Reading Statistics: Who uses Twitter

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Statistics: Who uses LinkedIn

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | April 1, 2017

Here are statistics from data collected in early 2017 by Pew Research Center about LinkedIn users.  All data is based on the percentage of U.S. adults who use social media.  Before marketing to your customers, you need to know where you can find them.  LinkedIn is the platform for professionals and marketing business to business (B2B).Continue Reading Statistics: Who uses LinkedIn

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Statistics: Who uses Instagram

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | March 31, 2017

Here are statistics from data collected in early 2017 by Pew Research Center about Instagram users.  All data is based on the percentage of U.S. adults who use social media.  Before marketing to your customers, you need to know where you can find them.  A majority of Instagram users are shoppers, meaning they will most likelyContinue Reading Statistics: Who uses Instagram

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Statistics: Who uses Pinterest

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | March 30, 2017

Here are statistics from data collected in early 2017 by Pew Research Center about Pinterest users.  All data is based on the percentage of U.S. adults who use social media.  Before marketing to your customers, you need to know where you can find them.  Women make up 81% of all Pinterest users.  In a majority of U.S.Continue Reading Statistics: Who uses Pinterest

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Statistics: Who uses Facebook

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | March 29, 2017

Here are statistics from data collected in early 2017 by Pew Research Center about Facebook users.  All data is based on the percentage of U.S. adults who use social media.  Before marketing to your customers, you need to know where you can find them.  Facebook ads can be a highly effective way to reach your customers.Continue Reading Statistics: Who uses Facebook

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Fact Sheet: Social Media Statistics

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | March 27, 2017

A recent  study conducted by Pew Research Center reveals a lot of information about Americans and their social media habits.  Their study includes who uses social media, which platforms are most popular, and how often Americans use social media.  Shape your marketing tactics around this data for a successful campaign. Who uses social media? SevenContinue Reading Fact Sheet: Social Media Statistics

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Social Media Posting Tips & Strategies for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ & LinkedIn

By Angela Quintal-Snowman | March 23, 2017

Facebook: If you’re sharing a blog article your wrote, the most effective way to get link clicks is to share the most interesting part of your post, as a short excerpt or single sentence, and then link to the rest back on your website. [traffic builder!] Don’t post without including a photo or video link- peopleContinue Reading Social Media Posting Tips & Strategies for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ & LinkedIn

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