Four Steps To Becoming An Industry Thought Leader

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Thought leadership is a buzzword that is often tossed around, and while you have probably heard it before, there are several different characteristics a thought leader should have. What we probably agree on is that thought leadership is a type of content marketing where leaders tap into their knowledge of and passion for an industry in order to pass on … Read More

How to Recruiting Talent on Social Media Beyond LinkedIn

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With 92 percent of companies using social media for hiring, how are you going stand apart from the competition? Need some pointers to get started? Check out some of these strategies to recruit the best and most qualified addition to your team, outside of LinkedIn.   1. Let Them Know You’re Human Forty-four percent of college seniors said that social … Read More

A Perfect Marriage: How to Make PR and Social Media Work Together

At their core, PR and social media share the same goal: Creating communication between an organization and the people it hopes to influence. So, it goes without saying that the two should be working together, not in silos. Whether you’re responsible for both, or your agency has dedicated departments, it pays to understand how the two can work together:   … Read More

Slice Communications Launches Pet Influencer Division Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact: Cassandra Bailey 202-309-2263 cbailey@slicecommunications.com Slice Communications Launches Pet Influencer Division    Public relations and social media agency now offers services to help animals grow their online presence Philadelphia, PA (March 31, 2017) – With the rise in popularity of animal accounts on social media, Slice Communications has announced the creation of a new Pet Influencer … Read More

Reaching Your Perfect Social Media Audience

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Frequency on social media is a dilemma social media marketers face every day. Am I posting too much? How do I strike a balance between being informative without being annoying? How many times a day should I be posting? The answer is there is no right formula. With social media platforms constantly updating their algorithms it can be hard to … Read More

How To Know If An Agency Is Right For You

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For some companies, outsourcing your entire marketing efforts or a portion of your marketing mix can be a difficult business decision. From an internal perspective, you may be hesitant to work with an agency because it could limit your control over your marketing strategy. However, the truth is working with an agency provides diversity, creativity and a long list of … Read More

Use Snapchat to Benefit Your Business

If you are on the fence about using Snapchat as a social media marketing tool for your business, then allow us to help with your decision: You definitely should! According to Business Insider, as of February 2nd, 2017 Snapchat has 158 million active daily users and 301 million monthly users. These numbers are huge in the realm of social media, … Read More

5 Free Social Media Tools To Add To Your Arsenal

When it comes to social media, there’s a myriad of moving parts. Stay focused, get strategic, and save yourself hours of time by adding these 5 free social media tools to your arsenal. Buffer   There are many scheduling tools out there. Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, Sprout Social all have free and paid options, as Buffer does. However, Buffer sets itself apart by … Read More

Update: How to Navigate the New LinkedIn Layout

If you’ve logged onto your LinkedIn profile lately, you might have noticed some changes.  LinkedIn has decided to change their desktop experience to make it a “world-class, elegant and sophisticated user experience” with the changes reflecting consistency with more features on the mobile app. The new layout is simple and intuitive, with each element having a specific place on the … Read More

Marketing and Communications – The Difference

Google “what’s the difference between marketing and communications” and you will find plenty of jargon and meaningless language.  And yet there is a reason that the two terms are both separate and paired.  Unfortunately, the distinctions aren’t clear to many C-level executives at mid-market companies who are trying to do their best with limited budgets.   Here’s a simple distinction: … Read More