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Why TikTok is Here to Stay and Why You Should Care

Posted by Lindsay Day on Wed, Sep 1, 2021 @ 10:32 AM

In the modern digital age, new social media platforms pop up every other day. And as quickly as they come, they often fizzle out faster than you can say YikYak, ClubHouse, or Vine. It’s a whirlwind for anyone trying to create a digital marketing strategy!

When TikTok came to the stage, many assumed it, too, wouldn’t last. Yet it continues to be the number one downloaded app, and users average 80 minutes a day scrolling through endless videos. We predict it is here to stay.

Read more to learn how this “clock” app works and how your garden brand can use it. 

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Topics: marketing communications, trends, content marketing, social media, facebook, Social, Gen Z, technology

The #PlantTok Accounts You Need to Follow Now

Posted by Lindsay Day on Thu, May 27, 2021 @ 3:13 PM

Over the past year, millions have sunk their hands into a bag of potting soil and fallen in love with gardening. Whether it was a new indoor plant for the at-home office, or starting vegetable seeds, these new gardeners are here to stay! Getting started can be intimidating and there is no shortage of options of where to find info on gardening.

Read more to find out WHERE these new gardeners are going for tips and tricks.

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Topics: internet marketing, social media, Social

Writing a Press Release 101

Posted by Lindsay Day on Fri, Mar 26, 2021 @ 10:56 AM

With many new forms of digital and social media, some might think that press releases are outdated and that there are plenty of better ways to share information.

Well, what do you think WE have to say about that?

While it is true there are many great ways for us to stay connected, press releases are still a great tool for sharing new information with the media. Their purpose and focus have changed over the years, but when done correctly, they remain a powerful tool in public relations.

What is a press release?

At its core, a press release is not used to tell the whole story but instead a resource for more information that is important, timely, and contextual. Typically no longer than a page, it should be chock-full of details and explain the who, what, where, and why of your story.

Press releases typically cover announcements such as a new product or company, a new round of funding, results from a study or a survey, a new hire/promotion, or a new client/partner.

 
Read more to learn how to craft a contemporary 
press release media will find useful. 
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