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Why Digital Marketing is Important for Small Businesses

5 Reasons Why Digital Marketing is Important for Small Businesses Picture this: You’ve opened up a bakery in your hometown — a dream of yours since you were first able to mutter the words “baked goods.” And while business may seem to be off to a great start, down the line, you begin to notice a gradual decline in foot …

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This Month in Social: May 2016

The world of social media is constantly changing – and with so many platforms and algorithms out there, it’s hard to keep up. That’s why we provide our clients and followers with This Month in Social – where we highlight the biggest changes in social media and how we prepare to tackle them. Instagram Brand Profiles On the Horizon Instagram …

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How To Achieve Good Organic Rankings – Is It Just Luck?

When completing a Google search for a product or service, have you ever wondered WHY certain websites land the top spots? Let’s face it, all businesses want to appear in the number one position during their audience’s micro-moments, but those that do aren’t there because they just got lucky – there are a number of search engine optimization (SEO) strategies …

This Month in Social: March 2016

The world of social media is constantly changing – and with so many platforms and algorithms out there, it’s hard to keep up. That’s why we provide our clients and followers with This Month in Social – where we highlight the biggest changes in social media and how we prepare to tackle them. Facebook Reactions Are Here You’ve probably already …

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Social Media Week 2016 Day 3 Recap

Our Social Media Account Analysts are back at it again, and today, they’re sharing some of Social Media Week’s speakers’ top tips on storytelling and the power of visuals: 1. Tell a story and make it unique. Storytelling is the best way to grab your audience quickly. Engagement all starts with standout content. If no one else is offering up …

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Social Media Week 2016 Day 2 Recap

Another busy day filled with classes and seminars held by industry leaders at Social Media Week New York City is in the books! Below, take a look at some of the key concepts and messages the Ferocious Media team put together from Day Two: 1. It’s not just about being different – it’s about being relevant. Remember that in the …

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3 Organic Search Predictions For 2015

A diminishing emphasis on “SEO” and the gravitation towards Web Presence Management/Optimization. The term “SEO” can have a bad rap.  In the early days of Search Engine Optimization it was not uncommon for people to be practicing black hat optimization.  This would involve exploiting loopholes with keyword stuffing, adding keywords in hidden text, and link buying. Things have since changed and …

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The Social Media Cleanse

We can’t think of a better way to say “goodbye” to summer and our weekends at the beach and “hello” to cooler nights and PTA meetings than with a cleanse. Don’t dust off your juicer just yet; we’re not talking about that kind of cleanse. We’re referring to an online cleanse. There’s nothing more refreshing than cleaning up your social media pages and starting fresh. This cleanse can be …

Ferocious Media Testimonial: Insports’ Social Media Campaign Success

Insports began their social media campaign with Ferocious Media this past February.  In just two months, they have seen success on nearly all of their social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Blogger, Flickr, and YouTube.  With posts on sports news, local sports, and events, they have increased interest and social engagement both inside and outside of their multi-sport recreation …