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April 15, 2021

Mission Statements & Why They Matter 

Mission statements may be a term that you’ve heard in relation to your favorite big-name brands but have never thought about twice. Often, mission statements can be found as unimportant and are frequently confused with vision statements.

Digital Marketing Audit

April 8, 2021

What is a Digital Marketing Audit?

A digital marketing audit is a customized set of reports that look at how an organization is leveraging digital resources – like social media, email marketing, paid advertising, etc. – to effectively meet strategic goals. Audits are customized by industry, application, organization size, area of expertise, and more.

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March 24, 2021

Win Big With These Social Media Giveaway Ideas

Looking to grow your social media following and generate more buzz around your brand? Do you need a way to increase email lists and get your audience engaging with your content? If you’re serious about succeeding at any or all of these goals, then it’s time to run an epic social media contest. But, before you get publishing, keep reading through this ultimate guide to social media giveaway ideas.

March 11, 2021

Press Play: How Brands Are Using Spotify Playlists For Marketing

Over 400 million people worldwide pay for a music subscription service like Spotify or Apple Music, and major brands are taking notice. Where there’s an audience, there’s a way, and these brands have found a way to use Spotify playlists to reach new customers and accomplish their marketing goals.

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January 15, 2021

Tipsy Social CEO Joins the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts

Andrew Mendez-Spera, Founder + CEO of Tipsy Social, announces his acceptance to the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts – an assembly of leading professionals from various disciplines dedicated to the advancement of traditional and interactive media.

Virtual Online Graduation Event

January 4, 2021

Hosting Virtual Events for Your Business

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.

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