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Size of banners and attributes change again on Social Media Channels

Yet again social media channels have new sizes for banners and other branded images you can use of your company’s profile pages and channels. Here is a great visual of the sizes from http://www.mediabistro.com. The biggest changes are at YouTube, Google Plus and Pinterest. Contact us today if you would like us to update your Social Media profiles: info@BBCreativesf.com.

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Social Media and the Equestrian Industry – who does it work for and where?

This post was inspired by a LinkedIn post by Carol M. Aldridge • called Charting A Course Through the Evolving Social Media Landscape. Below is our webmaster’s comments on this LinkedIn.com discussion: I have to say it’s different for tack stores, online tack stores, website portal horse trainers and horse facilities, etc.  I’m a web designer […]

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Send a Valentine to your customers!

Valentine’s Day may not seem like a big marketing opportunity for most types of businesses, but with a little creativity, you can delight your customers by helping them create unique surprises for their sweethearts.

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Pearl of Wisdom Campaign

This client has complex Drupal website that we have managed since mid-2009, and have launched new campaigns for January 2010’s National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and Mother’s Day 2010.  Over the summer of 2010, we completely redeveloped the website while working in conjunction with their Toronto based graphic designer, Alana Vachris Aird. The new website […]

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Online America

In late 2010, the Pew Research Center published a fascinating study revealing some of the online activities and trends among different age groups within the United States titled the Generations – 2010 report. Only the second annual report issued by Pew to examine online behavior, it displays the increasing desire to try to understand how […]

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“Dizzied by the Demands of Social Media based Networking?”

My colleague, Virgina Chatham recently observed how she loves the acronym “K.I.S.S”, i.e. “keep it simple stupid”.  Web based social networking can be really hard to keep simple.  She was delighted to read and share a blog post composed by Taylor Ellwood titled “How to Manage and Automate Your Online Social Networks.” Taylor emphasizes the […]

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Approaching Mid ’09 : 10 Ways Social Media Will Change or Will It?

We are steadily approaching 2009’s mid-point and I recently came across Ravit Lictenberg’s,  Ustrategy Consulting, blog post titled “10 Ways Social Media Will Change in 2009”. Kudos to her for generating (1021) Diggs and (103) comments which included the ultimate compliment of having people comment on her blog and others’ comments. This is the best […]

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Status Boxes:LinkedIn, Facebook & Twitter. Same? Different?

Recently,  I celebrated my 52nd birthday with friends and someone slightly older than me leaned over to inquire, “So what is Twitter?”  Last week while teaching a “OnLine Networking for the Job Seeker”, it became apparent that the LinkedIn users (novice to intermediate) were not aware of LinkedIn’s “status box”.  Once I signed into my […]

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