This Week in Social: September 19 – September 23

Happy Friday everyone! In this week’s social media recap, we take a look at the social presidential debates, Instagram’s 500,000 ad buyer milestone and Snaplytics. As always, don’t forget to share, let us know what you think in the comments, and have a great weekend. Debates Get Social! Monday, September 26th marks the first of three televised… Read More »

This Week in Social: September 12 – September 16

Happy Friday everyone! In this week’s social media recap, we take a look at Instagram Filters, YouTube Community and Twitter’s 140 character change. As always, don’t forget to share, let us know what you think in the comments, and have a great weekend. Instagram now lets everyone filter comments using blocklists, will show friends’ comments first… Read More »

This Week in Social: September 5 – September 9

Happy Friday everyone! I am sorry to say this will be my final “This Week In Social,” but don’t fret, it’s a great one. In this week’s social media recap, we take a look at the Facebook newsfeed, LinkedIn Hashtags, and Snapchat Curation. As always, don’t forget to share, and let us know what you think… Read More »

This Week in Social: August 29 – September 2

Happy Friday everyone! In this week’s social media recap, we take a look at Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook. As always, don’t forget to share, and let us know what you think in the comments. Have a great weekend! Instagram Now Let’s You Pinch to Zoom on Photos The days of squinting and taking screenshots just to… Read More »

This Week in Social: August 22 – August 26

Happy Friday everyone! In this week’s social media recap, we take a look at Facebook video, Lifestage, and YouTube. As always, don’t forget to share, and let us know what you think in the comments. Have a great weekend! Facebook is Testing Video That Autoplay with the Sound Turned On Earlier this week, Facebook began testing… Read More »

The Austin Take: Following Trends to Make Content Effective

This past week, I had the opportunity to sit in on one of my former professor’s presentations at The University of Texas Club at Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium titled, “Making Sure Content is Seen & Shared: Trends in PR and Content Marketing.” The event was geared towards communications professionals and was hosted by The Association… Read More »

Grammar Grab Bag: A Semicolon, By Any Other Name

Semicolons are perhaps one of the most misunderstood – and misused – punctuation marks. I attribute this to the fact that in nearly every context, you could use a different punctuation mark without being grammatically incorrect or damaging meaning and readability. Semicolons are primarily stylistic marks. We’ll get into the details, but in most contexts,… Read More »