The Masters and Its Social Media Quirks…

If you were one of the few who bet on Danny Willett to win the Masters, nice work and congratulations on the 50/1 payout. Who would have thought Jordan Spieth was capable of doing what we have all done in our local member / guest tournament? Jordan Spieth’s double dipper in Rae’s Creek left many speechless, but not without the ability to go to their favorite social media channel. Hands down, Spieth’s collapse was the biggest story of the tournament. However, what were the other trends and topics on Facebook and Twitter surrounding The Masters? Who was talking? What were they posting? What is the capitol of Montana (just wanted to see if you were still reading)? Helena, by the way.

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Tweet Tweet

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Twitter is so cool. It’s seriously so cool. Twitter is 140 characters of getting straight to the point. There’s no fluff. Its purpose is to be quick, simple, and for constant conversation. Whether you’re throwing out a quick tip, a how-to, or linking out to an interesting article, Twitter is the place to be.

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Three Tools Every Digital Marketer Needs

digitaltoolboxIn today’s digital age, marketers wear a multitude of different hats. Marketing professionals are now expected to be diverse with advertising on multiple digital platforms, constant content creation, tracking and reporting on relevant metrics and data, being responsible for brand management, and last but not least, being the front line contact for your brand’s online engagement.

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Why You Should Be On Instagram

instagram-marketing-Typically, Instagram has a stigma where it’s only for Millennials, kids, and our younger generation. But it’s actually a very useful social platform for businesses and companies to utilize. Millennials are the top people to market to because they will spend over $1 trillion this year alone. With this generation heavily using Instagram, why wouldn’t you want to promote on it?

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