Have you noticed anything different about this election? You may have seen the increased presence candidates have on social media. Or, maybe you saw those videos in the Snapchat stories telling you to vote? Or, maybe you’ve noticed numerous celebrities including a “how to vote” link in their posts? Whatever it is one thing can’t be denied and that’s the fact that the candidates, politics, and plenty of opinions are all over social media.
Fall officially began last Thursday and people everywhere are rejoicing. Sure, fall is great because Fall = Football. But fall means SO much more. Fall means sweaters. Fall means boots. Fall means PUMPKIN SPICE LATTES. So if you are a business or an individual selling anything, you definitely want to start selling Fall too.
The NFL started its regular season this weekend so obviously we here at Red Dog had to write about it. Why? Because football is in our name! “Red Dog” in the football vernacular means a blitz. And also because we wanted to dispense some wisdom to the players on how to stay out of trouble on social media this season.
Everyone loves the Olympics right? It is a sporting event like no other, so obviously it dominates our social media feeds for weeks. During this period, businesses should use the games as a tool to promote themselves and interact with their followers and potential customers. However, this self promotion isn’t just for businesses, it also applies to individuals who want to boost their following.
This blog post is brought to you live from Rio! (We wish) We are almost through the first week of the Olympics and the Twitterverse has been busy. From Katie Ledecky to the Phelps Face to the Final Five, social media has been bombarded with posts and comments recapping the Olympics.
According to a study by The Pew research Center 73% of adults that are online now use a social networking site of some kind.