Things You Might Not Know You Can Do On Facebook

Things You Might Not Know You Can Do On Facebook

Social Media
Let your friends know how to properly pronounce your name Finally a way to avoid mispronunciation! Go to your profile page, click About, click Details About You, then click “How do you pronounce your name?” and select or write in the proper pronunciation.   Access your second Facebook Messages inbox There is a second Facebook inbox for messages from people you are not Facebook friends with. To access it, click on the messaging icon in the upper right hand corner of the homepage and then click on Message Requests.   Look for a specific post If you ever accidentally close a tab, it can often be difficult to find the specific post you were looking at again when you scroll back through your newsfeed. Luckily, you can type a few…
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Marketing to Millennials in the Age of Social Media

Marketing to Millennials in the Age of Social Media

Marketing, Social Media
Attracting the millennial market is becoming increasingly important for the success of products, brands, and services. As millennials, currently in their mid-teens to mid-thirties, gain spending power in the consumer marketplace, their influence will progressively extend to influence other generations, making the emerging marketing techniques associated with the millennial generation increasingly important to a company’s success. The marketing and advertising strategies that thrived among past generations of consumers do not have the same influence among millennials, as millennial consumers are more likely to respond to campaigns that align with the channels they gravitate towards, social media and other online platforms, rather than the traditional marketing methods of television and print. This online approach is essential to the successful marketing of a company’s product, brand, or service to millennials, who find…
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Dying on Facebook

Dying on Facebook

Social Media
The Glenn Kass Story by Gwen Tombergs [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="http://micklecommunications.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Gwen-1.mp4"][/video]   “I don’t know whether to hug you or kick your ass,” I said as I entered the hospital room in early April 2015. “Why didn’t you call me?” My friend Glenn laid there looking tired and miserable. He just shrugged his shoulders. “I just found out yesterday its cancer, Gwen,” he whispered. Glenn had lost his voice in the last few months and whispering was a struggle. “It’s bad.” Glenn had stage 4 esophageal cancer. Glenn was always a jovial, lovable guy. We met in 1993 in Richmond, Virginia, at the Richmond Renegades hockey team. He had been working for the owner’s baseball team on the west coast and had been asked to come help with their new…
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