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WordPress this, WordPress that. Tumblr was purchased by Yahoo for 1.1 billion dollars! In cash! Check out my new post on blogspot! And don’t forget about my Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, etc. It seems the entire world has gone social media … Continue reading →
On October 28, 2013, you may have noticed an interesting trend developing on social media sites; Facebook in particular. Little by little, many of your friends began changing their profile pictures to pictures of giraffes. Were you confused? Eventually, you … Continue reading →
I’m headed to the Inbound conference, and on board the flight I was struck by three things within just a moment of each other that created a trend… at least for me. (As they used to say in Newsmagazine days, … Continue reading →
The use of social media for marketing has exploded in the last decade, with sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn. Surveys show that over 87 percent of small businesses now use social media for marketing, compared to 10 percent only 5 years ago. … Continue reading →
It’s the end of our first week WOOFing here at Blogmutt — that is to say, our first week of bringing you a Word Of the day from a dictionary OF the day. It has been five days of fun and … Continue reading →
One of the biggest mistakes a blog can make is running posts about the same few subjects over and over and over again. Even if those subjects are related to your business, talking about only those subjects can get boring for … Continue reading →
Blogmutt is at its heart a literary undertaking. Now we understand better than anyone, the posts we write for our business clients are not Hemingway, they aren’t poignant or symbolic. They just paint a picture. The picture they paint is … Continue reading →
Last week Salesforce.com agreed to purchase ExactTarget. The $2.5 billion purchase is expected to enhance the company’s social media presence. ExactTarget is a provider of marketing software services. The purchase will enable Salesforce.com to provide a portfolio of online marketing solutions which will allow its … Continue reading →
According to HubSpot, Facebook has announced that — in the coming weeks — it will be enabling clickable hashtags. The hashtags are intended to assist with Facebook’s problem regarding content discovery: As in, it’s sometimes hard to find what you’re looking … Continue reading →
The always spot-on team over at HubSpot recently compiled an amazing list of new social media statistics that we found fascinating. For instance, one stat from Experian, social networking sites now account for 27 percent of the total time spent on … Continue reading →