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What images work best on social media?

From Snapchat to Instagram and now Periscope, images reign on social media. Text has become secondary as more readers skim rather than read an entire article. When reading on the Web, and especially on social, people want to the whole story via one image. Your best bet...

source: By Emma Fitzpatrick
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If you’re organizing an event, online exposure is critical to sell admission and get people through the door. Social media has quickly emerged as the single most crucial factor in online digital marketing campaigns, with Facebook and Instagram leading the way. While...

source: Trade Show News Network

There’s a wide belief that only certain types of companies should send out press releases. Medium-enterprise businesses are entitled to press releases, right? Wrong. This couldn’t be further from the truth. What type of companies fit the criteria to send out...

source: The Tradeshow Network Marketing Group

You're in charge of driving leads for the sales team. You have decided that attending a trade show event that brings a large number of your target audience to the show is your best bet. Budgeting for a trade show is no easy task,...

source: The Tradeshow Network Marketing Group

When the frost begins to thaw and the first signs of spring appear, it’s time to start thinking about your garden. While it’s true that many of your plants won’t fully come to life for another six months, the more you can knock off your list before spring,...

source: Inhabitat

Just because snow is falling every other day in Bloomington, Indiana, doesn’t mean it’s too early to start planning for spring gardening. Garden manager and Indiana University alumna Kaylie Scherer offers her expert tips on prepping for a spring garden perfect...

source: WBIW - TV

Not edging your garden beds is like getting all dressed up, but then not combing your hair. Sure, it’s not necessary, but, well... things look a little unfinished. Adding edging to your garden beds full of annual flowers and perennial flowers makes them look more polished,...

source: Country Living

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