Social Media Marketing and Training For Your Business

Little Blog Dress Media Owner Selected As An Influential Women In Business Honoree

By on October 3, 2014 in As Seen In with 0 Comments
Little Blog Dress Media Owner Selected As An Influential Women In Business Honoree

This year, Darlynn Tacinelli-Owner of Little Blog Dress Media was selected as one of 2014’s Influential Women in Business in Volusia and Flagler County by the Volusia and Flagler Business Journal. This issue recognizes women in Volusia and Flagler counties who are making a difference professionally, either as business owners or executives and in the […]

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When and How To Conduct Business Using Social Media

By on August 23, 2014 in Social Media with 0 Comments

As my friend Heather, an etiquette expert will sure agree there soon will be official rules on what constitutes as proper communication for business using social media. One would think that some of this would be a common sense issue, but I have learned the hard way that these kind of things must be explained […]

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Why Your Business Needs Social Media

By on October 26, 2013 in Social Media
Why Your Business Needs Social Media

Social Media must be added to your marketing mix. It is one of the easiest ways to connect your customers to your business. When done properly, it will keep you top of mind to your customers, almost subconsciously. This is not a trend; it is not a fad, but it is essential for you to […]

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How to Leave Comments in Blogger

By on January 21, 2011 in Social Media with 0 Comments
How to Leave Comments in Blogger

My friend Nada  of Beauty Mommy fame has been asked a couple of times the best way to leave a comment after blogs, Its really important for feedback purposes as we really want to know what you do or do not like!If someone has comments enabled on his or her blog, then you can usually find […]

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You must find before you achieve!

By on July 24, 2010 in Social Media with 0 Comments
You must find before you achieve!

It happens to the best of us, you lose your way and a little focus on what is important, Today I wanted to share a nice article that talks about how to find your goals…its kind of important to know what your goals are before you go about your merry way to achieve them. Enjoy […]

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You owe it to yourself to be Ridiculously Extraordinary

I believe in signs, in fact I am a big fan. Everyone comes to crossroads, little ones like what to have for lunch and more inspirational ones like What the hell am I gonna do with my life?? 21 reasons you should quit your day job…maybe nothing you will take to heart personally-but a nice […]

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THIS is how you do business.

When I have five seconds to myself, I will write about how I booked, planned and lived my trip to Washington DC using social media. But this instance deserves its own post. We stayed at the St. Gregory Hotel. Apparently, during the week is more expensive to stay in DC due to obvious business done […]

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Why Should Traditional Businesses Care about Social Media

By on April 25, 2010 in Social Media with 0 Comments

For web-based companies, social media has already become an essential part of marketing, promotion, outreach, and overall strategy. Viral videos can bring hundreds of thousands of visitors to a company’s website. eCommerce websites have already embraced using Twitter as a way to do customer service and interact with consumers. But what if web traffic is […]

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To Tweet or not to Tweet…says Shakespeare

By on April 10, 2010 in Social Media with 0 Comments
To Tweet or not to Tweet…says Shakespeare

from Brandflakes for Breakfast if shakespeare were alive today, he’d be tweeting Mudlark and The Royal Shakespeare Company have combined forces on a new production called Such Tweet Sorrow. This production incorporates the audience (and people in the twittersphere) into the production. You tweet, and you’ll have an impact on the performance. Exact production details […]

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If kindergarten were like social media marketing

By on April 8, 2010 in Social Media with 0 Comments
If kindergarten were like social media marketing

  by Jason Cohen What if we ran kindergarten classes with the same rules as social media marketing? Children are encouraged to make at least one drawing or painting every day. Refrigerator art goes stale quickly and you want to stay top-of-mind with your parents. Rachel Davis, the most popular girl in class, writes an […]

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