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Fake it til you make it – The Vanity of Social Media

The phrase used in the headline is something you not only hear, but see too often in business. Hell, even life. Personally, I like to conduct myself in transparency and honesty. It is pretty ironic for me to say that given my line of work. I run a digital marketing company known as Do It … Continue reading Fake it til you make it – The Vanity of Social Media

Get Out in Front of the Right Audience, NOW!

Scroll through your Facebook timeline and you will notice that every 4th post is an ad. Those ads are specifically targeted to you based on your interest and searches. They are targeting YOU to get YOUR business. Maybe you don’t sign up right away or buy right away. If they are quality ads, they are … Continue reading Get Out in Front of the Right Audience, NOW!

The Color of Your Content Matters

Creating a brand starts with a logo. One of the most important aspects to a logo is the colors utilized to convey certain messages. The psychology of colors is one of the most interesting topics behind marketing strategies. Studies show the response range for black and white photos is between 2-3 seconds. The response for … Continue reading The Color of Your Content Matters

Anyone Else Concerned About Their Business? Maybe We Can Find a Solution Together

Do It All Marketing hits the one year anniversary in July. Things were going smoothly as we have experienced constant growth in our client base since launching. Then we hit the wall that is Covid19, like many other businesses. For anyone reading this who owns a business or is out of work at the moment … Continue reading Anyone Else Concerned About Their Business? Maybe We Can Find a Solution Together

Do and Don’t for Marketing During a Crisis

The United States is in the midst of a pandemic as it prepares for battle with the Coronavirus. That being said, plenty of businesses will be affected by this in one way or another. We wanted to provide you with some helpful tips for marketing your business in times like these. It is important to … Continue reading Do and Don’t for Marketing During a Crisis

National Day of Unplugging – Take a Break from Social

Today is National Day of Unplugging. Today highlights the value of disconnecting from your devices. A great way to unplug is to read a book, meet up with friends or go for a walk or run. As someone who is tied to their phone for more than half of their waking hours, it can be … Continue reading National Day of Unplugging – Take a Break from Social

Interacting with Negative Comments and Reviews

As a business owner dealing with day to day operations among 483 other things to occupy your time, I am sure the last thing you want to see is a negative comment or review pop up on your Facebook or any other platform. For obvious reasons, that is never something you want to deal with. … Continue reading Interacting with Negative Comments and Reviews

“I Don’t Know What To Post.”

Welcome to social media…where everything is made up and the likes don’t matter. Social media is supposed to be fun, especially for your own business. Yet, we always find ourselves scratching our heads figuring out what to post. Even as someone who’s job entails posting for clients, I have those days too. It happens. I … Continue reading “I Don’t Know What To Post.”

Dumbing Down The Concept Social Media Marketing and Why You Need It

When I meet with business owners to pitch our services, I am forced to inevitably jump through hoops with most of them for a number of reasons. I knew what I was getting into with social media marketing. So don’t take that as an insult or complaint. I can assure you it is not. But, … Continue reading Dumbing Down The Concept Social Media Marketing and Why You Need It