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11 Hilarious Twitter accounts to improve your day.
Posted by Gary Locke on 09/11/2014
And now for something completely different! Last week, I went on a rant about the monotony of content on social media, particularly for those of us who manage B2B social media accounts. We sit at our desks, monitoring Twitter, Facebook, and other feeds periodically throughout...
Posted by Michael Reich on 09/10/2014
There was a time, not too long ago, when the front-end designer was considered a commodity. There wasn’t a lot of complexity to the job; it was more like drafting on a piece of paper. There simply weren’t that many frameworks to build upon. They worked on a two dimensional...
The problem with social media content
Posted by Gary Locke on 09/04/2014
How many followers do you have on Twitter? A hundred? Eight hundred?  Twenty five thousand? More? It really doesn’t matter, because the content that continuously flows out of the Twitstream (copyright pending) is always the same! If variety is the spice of life, then most...
5 more essential multimedia tools for marketers
Posted by Gary Locke on 09/02/2014
A few weeks back I offered a quick survey of some of the multimedia tools that I use in my capacity as the content editor and multimedia specialist here at CommonPlaces. Now, let’s take a look at a few other tools, a couple of which might cost a little money, but offer great...
Posted by Michael Reich on 08/28/2014
I’ve learned to be careful when I ask a question to my developers. For instance, if I ask someone if a widget has been added to a site and the response is, “Yes, it’s all done,” I shouldn’t assume that done means DONE. It might very well mean that it has been set up in the...

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