Sherry Gray

    • Is Toxic Social Media Destroying Your Brand?

      Surprisingly, even the biggest companies can be clueless about social media. In the stone age of advertising before the web, when we were still advertising in print and with commercials, you got to define your brand. Consumers didn’t have access to unlimited information about your company and thousands of reviews. Those days are gone.

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    • How to Build an Authentic Brand With a Remarkable Voice

      Businesses today have more ways than ever to connect with their customers. Traditional methods like radio and television are still effective, but now, they can reach out to potential customers in their own homes through channels including social media, email, video and SMS messaging. And if you can do all these things, so can your competition.

      AllFacebookin Social How To's- 9 readers -
  • 5 Ways Big Data Makes Your Marketing Irresistibly Personal

    … customer. It can factor in data from trends, seasonal information, update age or stage of life data and make incredibly sophisticated recommendations. While it may sound creepy, in effect, predictive data analysis delivers ads that won’t annoy consumers. Young people who like to mountain bike will get offers for bike accessories, eco-friendly water…

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  • When 140 Characters Isn’t Enough

    … your tweets stand out from the noise with unusual, appealing and informational visual content. Always remember: Share your stories with a bigger audience — Laurence O’Bryan (@LPOBryan) February 28, 2016 Sherry Gray is a freelance content writer from Key West, Fla., currently suffering in the suburbs of Orlando. She is a science geek, a social media junkie and an unapologetic fan of all things bacon. Follow her on Twitter: @SheriSaid. Image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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