I don’t typically get too personal on this blog, but I wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on a year of challenges, and thank you for being a big part of why it was still great. It’s been quite a year in the Loomer house. Life-changing. It was a year of beginnings, ends, rebirth […]
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I don’t know why it took me this long to realize it. I’ve always liked the Ticker. I always thought it had value because it surfaced small nuggets we wouldn’t otherwise see. But for whatever reason, I finally figured out the true purpose of the Facebook Ticker. It was so obvious. The Ticker’s only purpose […]
You’re going to call me crazy, but I’m just gonna say it: Timeline is good for your Facebook privacy. I know, I know. Everything you read and hear says the complete opposite. But before you rip me to pieces, hear me out… Up until now, you’ve been ignorant about your Facebook privacy. Okay, maybe not […]
Hover Over My Name… Just when I think this one will die, it comes back even stronger. Please, don’t fall for it and pass it on!
Eric and Emily Holterman came to be with a problem: They had recently purchased a 1,008 square foot condo in the mountains of Silverthorne, Colorado, and they wanted to promote its availability as a rental. I love finding solutions to problems, and this was a fun one. I did the following for them: Created a […]
I hate excuses. Far too often, small business owners tell me that they don’t have the time or money to get digital. The thing is, many of the steps they can take cost nothing or close to nothing to execute. There is no excuse. If you don’t take these steps, you are leaving money on […]
We’ve already established that if you’re a business owner, your brand needs to be on Facebook. There are very few exceptions to this rule. Make no mistake, however, certain industries can benefit more than others. There is no industry with more Facebook marketing opportunities than the food industry. It is a perfect fit. That’s why […]