Is Social Media the Most Popular Kid at School?
by Erin Duff | October 3, 2013 | Facebook, Twitter | 0 comments

Social Media sites are now a staple in our everyday lives, and for teenagers it is no different. They have grown up with Facebook and Twitter, not knowing the world any differently. Teenagers spend about 5 hours a day online and at least 51% of teenagers will log into a social media site at least once a day. But what Read more…

What does Facebook Want to Be When it Grows Up?
by Erin Duff | September 12, 2013 | Facebook, Social Media Marketing | 2 comments

Facebook started back in 2004 as a way to connect, share updates and photos with friends and family. Zuckerberg’s current cash-cow originated from the failed concept of Facemash. A kind of “hot or not” idea that featured photos from unwilling Harvard students and encouraged other students to rate them based on levels of attractiveness. Thankfully, Zuckerberg realized, (or rather Harvard Read more…

The Battle of Facebook and Google+
by Erin Duff | August 15, 2013 | Facebook, Google, Infographic | 1 comments

Lately, there has been a lot of buzz about the competition between Facebook and Google+, so we thought we would lay all the facts out on the table. With over 350 million active users, Google+ surpassed Twitter and is coming in at second place behind Facebook. Who will come out on top? And most importantly, which network is the most beneficial to Read more…

The Virtual, Visual Future
by Erin Duff | April 22, 2013 | Content Marketing, Facebook, Social Media Marketing, Startups | 0 comments

As we move further into 2013, new technology continues to inspire and amaze at an increasing rate.  Not only are we witnessing the demise of the personal computer with the continued widespread adoption of tablets and smartphones, but technical advances made in all industries are exciting to watch as well.  Fully electric cars are no longer an un-economical concept, but Read more…