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Courtney Kwiatkowski

Social Media Day!

Today is OUR favorite day – Social Media Day! With the launch of Friendster in 2002 and MySpace in 2003, social media became mainstream. Then 2004 brought the founding of the king of social media, Facebook. Twitter encouraged us to be succinct by posting our thoughts with fewer than 140 characters. When we express ourselves better [...]

Feeling, Healing, Being

Michelle is a licensed therapist who started her own company, Feeling, Healing, Being. Not happy with the first company that was designing her website, she turned to MILE Social. Michelle asked for a custom site with an inviting look. Not a cookie-cutter site from a company that mass produces websites. Our team worked with Michelle [...]

New Website For Loconsolo Paints

We’re kicking off the new year with a new website for our long-time client, Loconsolo Paints. MILE Social has been managing Loconsolo’s social media platforms for a few years. When Jonathan, the Vice President, knew it was time for a website upgrade, he wanted to keep his digital presence under one umbrella and asked MILE [...]

Eagle Food Service

Eagle Food Service is a family and veteran-owned meat purveyor. They deliver high-quality meats and well-known brands of cheeses, dressings, and condiments to restaurants in New York and New Jersey. They are known for their close relationships with their vendors and customers. After purchasing a new truck and updating its logo, a new website was [...]

Your Company’s Social Media Strategy in 2021

This past year posed many unfortunate obstacles for small business owners. Yet, we did learn a lot about creative social media strategies in 2020. Many of these strategies did prove successful and should be carried over into the new year. Times are changing, how should your company adjust in 2021? With the growth of online [...]

Facebook Launches “Neighborhoods”

Facebook has done it’s homework on the algorithms during the COVID-19 pandemic. Developers learned that 38% of users engage with groups within their local community.  This sparked the launch a new option called Neighborhoods. Currently in test mode, Neighborhoods aims to connect users with their neighbors and discover more about local happenings. This is very [...]

The benefit of Messenger for Instagram Business Accounts

API Messenger support is coming to Instagram Business Accounts. What does this mean for your company? Real-time customer service! You will be able to speak directly to potential customers over Instagram. Messages can also be accessed via CRM, allowing a conversation to be part of a customers order history. Similar to Facebook, you can create [...]

Google Shopping Offers Free Listings

We have seen many changes this past year in the online retail sector. Businesses had to quickly adapt to the sudden increase of online sales in order to maintain profits. Websites had to be converted to e-commerce to continue sales. For some this was easy. For others, it was not. Google has made it free [...]

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Facebook Embraces The Hashtag

Hashtags are now being used on Facebook. Most of us are already familiar with hashtags being used on Twitter, and now primarily Instagram. Hashtags offer new ways to discover topics, and emphasize key terms in posts. The hashtag first launched on Facebook in 2013 but never took off. This was due to a fear of [...]