I recently came across this article on Pinterest, The 10 Essential Habits of Positive People, and it got me thinking about how the most successful people in business and marketing are also some of the most positive people I know. They are the people who bring a room to life, inspire others and have a creative confidence. Whether they know it or not, their positivity has paved the way to […]
The internet continues to grow allowing users to take advantage of a number of online features and services ranging from accessing information, shopping, social networking and so much more. Such features have led to a significant growth in the number households having access to the internet and the mobile market makes it even more accessible.
Internet growth has also led to a vast array of businesses now offering goods and services […]
Tonight was a beautiful evening, the humidity has finally subdued and town was alive with excitement as patrons gathered to celebrate the victory of the Brighton businesses that placed high in a recent survey. The first 200 patrons received goodie bags, very nice goodies I might add and very enticing coupons and door prizes. Live music filled the night air. What added to the delight of this wonderful event was […]
Have you jumped on the Instagram bandwagon for your business marketing? If not, you might want to consider this; Digital media is going visual and Instagram is ahead of the pack. With over 100 million active monthly users and over 8,000 likes per second there is no question as to why 59% of the top 100 companies are using this easy and free service. […]
Our Independence was claimed on July 4, 1776, from Britain, at which time our Democracy was born. We are the “land of the free and home of the brave”. On July 4, each year Americans celebrate freedom and independence with barbecues, picnics, and celebrations. We are a diverse nation, made up of a variety of dynamic people.
With wedding season upon us and after the delightful news of my son’s recent engagement, I was thinking about social media protocol at a time such as this. I was blessed to be able to go with him during the ring selection and his greatest fear was news spreading on social media before the big reveal. I told him he should break the news to his sister before the event […]
What shall I write about today? Not sure what was moving me. But as I parked in town and witnessed all the preparations for the Annual Pink Party, it came to me, Perseverance. Cancer survivors have a lot to teach all of us about perseverance. I read an article last night about a patient that inspired Dr. Nancy Snyderman. She told Dr. Snyderman that a cancer […]
It was said years ago that to create a newsworthy article your should write it at a fifth grade level. By keeping the content simple and short readers were more apt to read it. Not much has changed over the years. Content should be short and to the point and the content valuable yet simple. People crave information, education and entertainment. If we want to […]
Social Media, Social Network and Social Community are commonly used lingo with regard to the web world. The question is “What’s the difference?” Many believe social media is Facebook or Twitter and some think in terms of Blogs or Google. To make it easy there are two perspectives, relational and social. There are Social Networks and Online Communities. WebWorld Advantage, is a company dedicated […]
I’m expected to speak eek really? In high school I did everything I could to avoid being a geek. Geek speak is the jargon or special vocabulary used by people immersed in the world of computers and information technology. This is where I stumble as I speak to my daughter and never really understand what term to use to describe the point I want to get […]