By: Mackenzie Maxwell On: May 21, 2015 In: Advertising & Marketing, Social Media Comments: 0

In Part 1 of this series, we explored how Reddit is different from other social sharing sites. One of the biggest differences is that users vote on what content should be shown. Of course, it’s always important to create content that users will find value in. But never is...

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By: Mackenzie Maxwell On: May 14, 2015 In: Advertising & Marketing, Social Media Comments: 0

(This is the first part of a two-part series exploring marketing possibilities on Reddit.) Reddit boasts itself as being “The Front Page of the Internet.” And while that might seem arrogant, it is an accurate slogan for the content sharing site. Many of the images and videos we see...

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By: Daniel Sweeney On: November 06, 2012 In: Election 2012 Comments: 0

Both President Obama and Governor Romney have shined with their incorporation of social media into their respective campaigns.  While both candidates saw their initial Twitter trending topic efforts yield mixed results, the two campaigns haven’t showed any signs of slowing down on social media.

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