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It’s National Small Business Week

National Small Business Week is a nation-wide recognition of small business owners and entrepreneurs. Small businesses are more powerful than you may think. Currently there are 28 million small businesses that run in the United States.  This may be highlighted for one week, but it should be acknowledged year-round. That...

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Reach New Customers With Facebook WiFi For Your Business

Want a free and easy way to promote your business on wifi devices? It's so simple and easy you're going to wish you thought of it sooner. Have the people around you connect to your WiFi  via Facebook! When you set this feature up, you are allowing people in your area...

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MILE Social Speaks At The Mid-Atlantic Campground Owner’s Association Conference

MILE Social was invited to be a guest speaker at the Mid-Atlantic Campground Owner's Association Conference. The theme of the conference was "Get Connected." We stressed the importance of social media for campgrounds, and how campers are on the grid, trying to find ways to get off the grid. With...

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Looking For A Job? Start With Facebook.

Employers rejoice! The world's largest social media platform is now allowing Business Pages to post employment opportunities. Going head-to-head with LinkedIn, one would wonder why Facebook has not done this sooner? Consider this move another improvement to Business Pages. Job openings can be seen under a new tab labeled "Jobs" located...

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Why Your Campground Should Be Using Social Media

Campers are using social media to get off the grid. That means it's time for campgrounds, to get on the grid. Marketing on social media can be tough, but we have a few ideas that are guaranteed to make campers put their phones down after they find you first.  Make sure...

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What Businesses Need To Know About Social Media in 2017

By now you should have your business on at least one social media platform. Social media is always evolving, and 2016 definitely proved that true. Snapchat grew into one of the most used platforms. Facebook added more value to business pages, and Twitter improved it's 140 character count. We don't expect...

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Great News For Podcasters

Expect your audience to grow with even more access to your podcast.  Facebook is testing out an audio-only live broadcast, which means more people can tune into your live discussion, and go back to listen to it as well. It's just one of the many enhancements Facebook has done in...

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4 Reasons Followers Unfollow Your Brand On Social Media

Every morning you reach over and grab your phone before you get out of bed. Time to check your social media before your day starts. You lay there with one eye open scrolling through your newsfeed when all of the sudden - an ad appears, and you decide to like...

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140 True Twitter Characters Are Due To Arrive September 18th

September 18th is the "due date" for Twitter to roll out longer characters per tweet. There will still be 140 characters, however, this time it's for real. What does this mean? It means photos, links, and @ mentions will not take up the 140 characters allowed per tweet. This exciting change...

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Five Reasons Why Someone Else Should Manage Your Company’s Social Media

All businesses need social media- it's the way of the digital world. Figuring out what platforms to use, what content to post, and how to post it is a full time job; right now, everyone in your company has three jobs each. Who do you delegate the job of social media...

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