If you were to go back in time 15 years and tell yourself that Facebook – excuse me, Meta – would be as big as it is, you wouldn’t believe it. You would say: “you’re insane,” and return to tweaking your MySpace Top Eight. Think Facebook in 2007 or Instagram in 2011. That’s Web3 right now.
You’ve heard it all before — technology is accelerating at a dramatic rate. But what if I told you the next revolution in technology is closer than you think? With the creation of the Metaverse, we are looking at something as big as the fourth industrial revolution.
Tipsy Social is named Best of Hudson Valley in Website Design and Graphic Design during the 2021 annual Best of Hudson Valley® edition of Hudson Valley Magazine.
The winners of the 27th Annual Communicator Awards have officially been announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. Tipsy Social was among those who received the Award of Excellence for TetraNeuroNet’s (Kingston, NY) website redesign. Tipsy Social also went on to win two Awards of Distinction for content marketing work done on behalf of Melzingah Tap House (Beacon, NY) and Publick House 23 (Pleasant Valley, NY).
It’s no secret that just about everything was canceled in 2020. Everything from your company office party to that concert you bought tickets to took a pause last year to help slow the spread of COVID-19. And while in-person events were put on hold, many businesses and organizations took to the internet to adapt their plans to virtual events.
Introducing our first annual Tipsy Social Holiday Gift Guide. We’ve put together an awesome list of holiday gift ideas from local Hudson Valley businesses that are sure to put a smile on your loved one’s face. From tasty sweets to self-care boxes, peruse through this curated list of holiday goodies selected by the small business marketing experts at Tipsy Social.
Recapping LaterCon 2020 with key takeaways from the popular speakers and panelists that shared social strategy advice, tips, and industry predictions for 2021.
Should my business be on TikTok? The short answer… no, not just yet. You may have heard how the social media platform, TikTok, is all the rage right now; how every business is eager to hop on and get started making TikToks for their business in hopes of reaching as many people as possible. It’s
These 5 Hudson Valley businesses found new ways to connect with their audience while separated due to Coronavirus quarantine restrictions.
How do we navigate networking amidst a global pandemic? In order to answer that question, we must remember, “Networking is about Nurturing Relationships.” Let’s look at three ways to continue networking while living (and working) in a COVID-19 world.