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May 02 Imagining a World Without Facebook

By Kaitlin Gallucci, Public Relations

Search and social marketing blog Single Grain recently created an interesting infographic showing how Facebook plays a role in our […]

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Apr 14 Valuable Lessons for Content Marketing

By Kaitlin Gallucci, Public Relations

Creating and optimizing original content for digital marketing is so important, as we’ve discussed before. Last week, Andrew Hanelly wrote […]

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Apr 08 Beyond Facebook & Twitter

By Kaitlin Gallucci, Public Relations

Following up on our last post on small business’ social media usage, here’s an interesting statistic from The Future Buzz […]

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Apr 05 Small Businesses Get Social

By Kaitlin Gallucci, Public Relations

A couple of weeks ago, we explored how small businesses utilize their websites. Now, Postling and Mashable have conducted a […]

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Mar 15 A Guide to the Social Media Landscape

By Kaitlin Gallucci, Public Relations

Digital marketing blog CMO.com and SEO firm 97th Floor teamed up to develop this extremely informative and valuable infographic guide […]

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Mar 11 Google Before You Tweet

By Kaitlin Gallucci, Public Relations

As swissmiss said, “A shame this letterpress print by Joe Newton is sold out.” I would love one for the […]

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Jun 02 Social Media: To be or not to be?

By Joann DeLanoy

As the new intern at Ashworth Creative I have been given the task of handling all things social media, such […]

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Nov 09 Debate: should independent and private schools use social media?

By ashworth.admin

Do your children use social media? Are you a parent interested in an independent school? Are you an independent school […]

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Oct 21 Ashworth blog fuel

By ashworth.admin

We were recently provoked by Matt Cheuvront, from Life Without Pants to think about the reason why we started our […]

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Sep 02 Online branding strategy – what the devil?

By Eve Ashworth, Account Director

On the way home from school when I was a child, we would stop at a corner sweet shop. I […]

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