Many of our clients find it difficult to embrace Facebook for their marketing, and even more difficult to let their employees use the service during work hours. We have heard them say that Facebook has become too complicated and that it presents too many security risks. If you are not a regular Facebook user, but … Continue reading Navigating Facebook’s Labyrinth of Privacy Options
PWMG has done a lot of work with the foodservice industry, and we were delighted that Catering Magazine reached out to us to share some marketing basics for their readers. Featured in their September/October 2012 issue, you can find the full article here starting on page 44. A lot of the guidance that we offer … Continue reading PWMG in Catering Magazine
By Kylie Wiltjer, business development director, PWMG As I often do, I logged on to Facebook two nights ago to check in with my friends and family. As I observed the “Recent Activity”, one item caught my attention: 9 of my friends (most of whom do not know one another) had all “Liked” a page … Continue reading Crock Pot Girls: Going Viral Thanks to a Targeted, Simple Message
Google has unveiled its newest feature, Google Profiles. If you thought Twitter was hot, make sure you don't miss the latest "hottest thing" to hit social media. Google Profiles allow you to present yourself on Google products to other Google users. Even better, it allows you to control how you appear on Google and tell … Continue reading Do you have a Google Profile yet?
Entrepreneur.com gives a sneak peak at our new website in its final post on our rebranding process. Stay tuned to http://www.pwmginc.com over the coming days. The new website just about ready.
Shankman's got it right. Too many people don't understand the benefit of a service like Twitter; they prefer to blast out 'yogurt' messages about what they are doing without first thinking about whether the info may even have value to anyone. As he explains, it doesn't take much more to send out a 'yogurt information' … Continue reading Tweet only the info that helps people
Our decision to use a crowd sourcing service to generate our new logo has provided us with a ton of feedback – both positive and negative, and a number of lessons learned. We are extremely pleased with our logo; it stood out among the 250+ submissions we received, and was even complimented by other … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Casting Bigger Nets
I need a new logo for PWMG. If you'd like to take a whack at it, then please feel free to take up the challenge of this logo project that is listed on the crowdSpring website. Please understand that I won't be considering any submissions that are sent directly to me. They must be submitted … Continue reading Calling all graphic designers
Twitter is EVERYWHERE now. Go to your favorite news sites and you can follow editors and reporters on Twitter. You see the logos, you’ve heard of Tweeting, but have you actually seen the good it can do? Entrepreneur.com’s Sara Wilson discusses the good to humanity Twitter did for charity in her article, Charity: water Founder … Continue reading Heard enough about Twitter yet??? Of course you have. But do you know how to harness the tweets?