How to Increase Your Blog Subscribers

You spend time creating a blog strategy, writing content and promoting it to your readers and fans. But, how can you reach and engage with even more readers? By having a blog subscriber’s list, you are ensuring the people who… Read more »

How to Use Social Amplification to Get Your Brand Heard

  What is Social Amplification? Here’s a question we get from brands almost every day: “What are some of the ways I can increase the reach of my content through social media”? The short answer is – through social amplification. You’re… Read more »

5 Simple Ways to Grow Your Instagram Following Organically

5 Simple Ways to Grow Your Instagram Following Organically

With about 300 million monthly active users, Instagram is fun, free, and easy to use, which opens the door to reveal endless opportunities for creative agencies; it allows you to showcase your work/products in an inconspicuous, captivating, and appealing way in front of millions of people, quite unlike… Read more »

How to RePurpose Your Blog Content

  Having trouble coming up with a new content idea? Whether you’re a brainstorming pro or novice, sometimes the creative river just runs dry. But, alas, don’t give up! There are ways to repurpose your existing content and create something… Read more »

Getting to Know CM: Your Team

When talking with clients and potential clients, the one point that we try to make as clear as possible is that CM is now your team. We like to say we are an extension of your marketing team but more… Read more »

10 Tips for Greater Brainstorming Success

It’s a balance of creativity and structure to host the most effective brainstorming session for your business. Whether it’s for your company, clients, or new business, there are some tried and true tips on how to brainstorm that will leave you… Read more »

Native Advertising: Destroying your Internets or No?

What is Native Advertising? This is when the editorial is subtly selling a product and the aesthetic is made to closely resemble the look and feel of the site that it lives on. So without the user knowing, they’re actually… Read more »

8 Tips to Creating a Blog Strategy

  It seems so simple. Creating a blog strategy, something that you should be able to knock out in a few minutes and be set for your entire year of content creation, right? Wrong. It’s a process that takes time,… Read more »

Tumblr Into Our Hearts

Tumblr Into Our Hearts

Tumblr:  Home to the hundreds of hilarious gifs on the internet. It’s only fair we pay respects to the joy it has brought to so many of our lives.  If you don’t know Tumblr, you don’t know living. Ol’ Tumblr was… Read more »

This Week on the Web (April 16-20)

This Week on the Web (April 16-20)

In case you missed it, here are a few highlights of what happened during this busy week on the Web. Jon Mitchell from ReadWriteWeb had a great insight as to why Facebook social reading apps don’t work. “Frictionless sharing is the… Read more »

Bloggers Not Sure It’s the City of Brotherly Love

Bloggers Not Sure It’s the City of Brotherly Love

The City of Philadelphia is once again testing its nickname as “The City of Brotherly Love.” Freelancers who live in the fair city and enable advertising on their websites are now required to register as a business and pay $50… Read more »

FTC’s Latest Target Audience: Advertisers

FTC’s Latest Target Audience: Advertisers

Every so often, the FTC comes out with a new rule. The latest target of regulations, stress and discomfort is clearly advertising. It’s not just plain advertising, though, it’s anything that might be loosely used as marketing or advertising to… Read more »

1 Truth About Blog Titles

1 Truth About Blog Titles

This blog refers to an experimental series of blogs posted last week. You might want to check those out before reading this, but I won’t tell if you cheat and read this one first. The idea for this “experimental” blog… Read more »