Client Infographic: IFA Auto


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Who doesn’t love a good car action movie? From James Bond to Back To The Future, IFA Auto‘s new Infographic chronicles some of the most infamous automobiles to hit the silver screen. Check it out to see if your favorite muscle car made the cut! Don’t miss out on the rest of the featured cars! View the entire Infographic!

Wpromote Thanksgiving Food Drive


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Here at Wpromote headquarters, giving back has always been coded into our DNA. From our Wprovide initiative that helps us get involved in community outreach in our native LA area to all the charitable organizations our employees dedicate themselves to, we’re passionate about helping out. Towards that end, this year Wpromote held its first annual Thanksgiving food drive, with all the yummy donations going directly to the Drew Child Development Corporation. Check out our new Infographic to learn just what a success it was! Meanwhile, let’s give a hand to the helpers at the Wpro office who put it all together and take a look at the results of all their hard work!   (No employees, or Turkey boxes, were harmed in the taking of these photos.)

A Smorgasbord of Social Media: 11/24/14


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Welcome back to another Smorgasbord of Social Media, your weekly roundup of all things social. We have a bunch of updates to drop for you, so let’s get right down to business.   Facebook Facebook Says, “If You Want To Sound Like An Advertiser, Buy An Ad” Businesses using Facebook seem to keep taking blow after blow. Facebook announced on the 14th of this month that in the beginning of next year they will be making yet another tweak to the News Feed that will lower the organic reach of any post that is too promotional. Facebook said they are making this change because hundreds of thousands of people that were surveyed said they want to see less promotional content. That means that if marketers want to keep their organic reach, they will be forced to switch up their content to tell more of a story, and be less focused … Continue reading

Client Infographic: Chronicle Books


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With the school year well underway, many parents are stuck wondering how to keep their child engaged in school. In a media-saturated world, it can feel like a struggle to make students care about their education. But the battle for our kids’ limited attention spans can be won with one simple idea: passion. Chronicle Books is here with a new Infographic to show you how to spark your child’s motivation to study with a few simple dos and don’ts. You’ll also learn the importance of an early education and how to make learning feel relevant, fun, and even exciting! Check out the full Infographic to discover how you can rekindle your child’s desire to learn!

A Smattering of SEO News: 11/20/14


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Howdy folks, and welcome to another Smattering! We’ve got some mobile-friendly news for y’all this week, as well as some interesting tidbits from Twitter. Check it out!   Google News: Conjecture: Google Not Indexing Expandable Content – Webmasters and site owners over on Webmaster World are reporting that content they’ve had under a “Read More” tab using an “onload” event is no longer being indexed. This type of accordion scripting is a popular way to add visible content to a page while still keeping the page sculpted. If Google is indeed no longer indexing these pieces of content, we’ll have to rethink how we place content on a page visibly. We’ll keep you informed if anything becomes more concrete here. Google Launches Super Simple Mobile-Friendly Test – As mobile becomes more and more important in terms of site rankings and value, it’s dang important to know whether your site is … Continue reading

A Smorgasbord of Social Media: 11/14/14


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Welcome back to another Smorgasbord of Social Media, your weekly roundup of all things social. We have a bunch of updates to drop for you, so let’s get right down to business.   Facebook Facebook Gives Users More Control Over Their News Feed Watch out! Here comes another hurdle for marketers. Late last week, Facebook announced that the new News Feed controls will allow users to unfollow pages and people with even more ease. While users used to have to go into their settings to “unfollow” people, they will now be able to simply click to hide a post and then choose if they want to unfollow that user. If they do this, they will not see any of their stories in the News Feed anymore. Although this may improve the user experience, it still remains to be seen how much this may influence marketers who try to get their … Continue reading