Twitter Lingo: What It All Means

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Twitter lingo is slowly becoming a part of our everyday vernacular, but if you work in a Marketing department then it has been part of your daily conversations for a while now.  The language of Twitter is short tweets and re-tweets (RT’s,) to quickly share information with your followers.  It’s made especially more efficient by… Read more »

Google to Retire Google Reader in June 2013

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The retirement of Google’s RSS aggregator, Google Reader came as an unpleasant surprise for many users, including the Bongo Marketing Department.  It has long provided a steady flow of information and free advertising for a growing business.  Google Reader has provided a forum for the avidly curious to seek knowledge through organized and manageable news… Read more »

Supercharge your workday with 10 Efficient Apps

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Smartphones are the tiny, mobile computers of our daily lives.  They have the potential to aid in facilitating constructive time spent.  On the flip side, it’s certainly safe to say that smartphones are used during the workday for unproductive things as well, likeZynga games and looking up pictures of old friends on Facebook. The key is to… Read more »

The Anti-social Business: A Skeptics Guide to Social Media

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For some firms, skepticism still remains about social media as a part of the Business and Marketing strategy.  It is important to note that Marketing has changed drastically over the last few years and it will only continue to do so.  Some of the best consumer campaigns to date have been achieved by social media…. Read more »

Streamline the Email Giant In Your Inbox

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Emails are necessary to run your business, however from the minute we log in, it sucks up our time.  Long conversations, attachments, and reading can actually cause our productivity to drop because it is time that we could be spending on other business improvements. Obviously, CEO’s can’t eliminate reading emails from their business plan, but Mashablehas compiled… Read more »