According to adweek.com, the average person will spend 5 years of their lifetime on social media. Shocking? (Let's be honest, not really...) We all spend hours scrolling through Facebook or Instagram, watching YouTube videos, and laughing at memes, so what we consume matters. But who is the mastermind behind the content you are consuming? If you follow a business, or even a college or university, there is a good chance that the content you see is from a community manager.
So, you need an internship. Preferably one that will look great on a resume and give you real-life work skills, and you found us. I hate to break it to you, but there is only one person who can determine what you get out of an internship, and that’s you. Not the boss, not the coworkers, not your job title, or to-do list. YOU. We have great opportunities here at Verge Pipe Media, but what you get out if it is up to you. Now that we've covered that disclaimer, let’s talk about what makes VPM unique:
RFID or Radio Frequency Identification, is often used synonymously with retail tracking technology. The popular tracking technology is used in all phases of the retail supply chain, but has in recent years made its way into healthcare, aerospace, defense, and various other fields. Curious? Let's start with the basics and then focus on the healthcare industry.
Topics: RFID Technology
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, visual marketing has taken the social media world by storm. Information is shown in infographic form, short, witty videos are the norm, and social platforms are becoming exceedingly more visual.
Because of this tendency towards visuals, brands haven’t been shy about using personalized visual content to promote their unique stories. These brands are crushing it on various social media platforms and deserve a shout out for their creativity:
Want to learn more about how some brands are taking this information and implementing it into their visual marketing strategy? Read the full blog here!
Topics: visual content
Reputation is everything. Let me repeat that. Reputation is everything. As a business, what your customers think of you can literally make or break you. How you portray yourself online is how potential customers will see you and judge whether or not you are trustworthy or professional. Social media is a powerful tool, and if you use it properly, it can do wonders for your business. We wanted to give you a little advice on how to maintain your positive reputation online so we broke it up into 3 categories: audience, content, and personal branding.
Topics: Social Media
Podcasting was considered to be a dying medium 10 years ago. Now, it has gained popularity and is continuing to grow. The surge hasn’t been anything like the Snapchat explosion, but it has grown and will continue to bring more listeners in which makes it an important part of your inbound marketing strategy. Growing your business is a top priority, so why not try something new to reach a brand new audience? Still unconvinced? Here are a few reasons why your business should add podcasting to your inbound marketing mix:
Topics: Content Marketing
Snapchat. When someone mentions this trending app, most people don’t tend to immediately connect its uses to their business. Chances are, they picture millennials sending selfies or pictures of their food to their friends. Though this may be an accurate representation at times, there are also so many ways to use it to enhance your business. Here are just a few reasons why your business should use Snapchat stories.
Topics: Social Media
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