Double Your Social Media Content

As the social media director here at Idyllwild Advertising, I know that social media is important.  I live, breathe, and eat social media on my phone, desktop in my office and all around me.  Too often, doing social media can become a pain and very time consuming.  But we all know, deep down inside, that social media is important.  And if we are running a business, we know that we have to do it.  So we might as well figure out how to do more social media in less time and with less effort. I have come up with a
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6 Ways to Woo your Visitors Through Social Media

One of our many services we provide here at Idyllwild Advertising, is managing our clients Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts.  Social Media is here to stay folks. More and more traffic is going to be coming to you from these platforms than any form of advertising.  The “Old School” ways of advertising are becoming increasingly more difficult to capture customer leads and sales.  This is where the industry experts like us come in.  Are you ready to catch these leads coming in from your Social Media Campaigns?  Here at Idyllwild Advertising we will make sure you are, and will make
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20 Ways to Say “Click Here” In Online Advertising

When writing ad copy for a Google sponsored ad, Facebook ad, or a banner ad, I think a lot of us get caught up in thinking that there is only one call-to-action, when in reality there are tons of other call-to-actions to use other than the standard “click here.” So to help you out, I came up with a few more for you to use. Obviously this isn’t all of the call-to-actions you can use in an online ad or print ad, but maybe the ideas will get some of your creative juices flowing.   Read more Call today Read
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How to Avoid Email Clarity Mishaps

When you work in an office and have clients, it is impossible to get away from sending emails. Let’s be honest, if you live in the 21st Century, you really can’t avoid sending emails. But what most of us forget is proper email etiquette, which almost always leads to an email clarity misunderstanding. We have all had it happen to us one time or another; you send an email to a colleague, client or friend and they email back with a rude response letting you know they are upset. The confusing thing is that you had no idea you even
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