Posts Tagged ‘Instagram’
To Look or not to Look: Should you Check Applicants’ Social Media Profiles During Your Hiring Process?
Hiring new employees is a major investment for any business, large or small. When you hire a new employee, you understandably want to do your due diligence and find out as much as you can about your applicant. You can call his or her references or former employers, but another easy, foolproof way to...February 20th, 2014 | Metropreneurial Legal Insights | Read More
Photo-monitoring dashboard, Venueseen has refined their user experience during their first year and a half, including a name rebrand to Seen and new service Snapfluence. Seen’s platform enables consumers and business to connect through the photos they share on Instagram and Twitter. Many services...November 12th, 2013 | Announcements, News | Read More
I’ve posted another article about how video can be extremely beneficial for marketing your brand online, even helping to increase revenue for current clients. But the idea of video blogging is daunting enough for many businesses that they will procrastinate and never begin creating at all. Then...July 3rd, 2013 | Tips of the Trade | Read More
Sometimes a business idea is so compelling that it seems like a no-brainer to back it, and that appears to be the case with Snapstagram. Founded in May, Snapstagram specializes in printing Instagram photos. For the uninitiated, Instagram is a photo-sharing app and social network that allows users to...December 4th, 2012 | Business Profiles | Read More
Amy Schmittauer We live in a very photo-friendly digital world. On Facebook, the photos on your news feed make you hit the “like” button much quicker than a status update. On YouTube, the still image before you watch weighs heavily on whether you press “play” at all. Even Twitter,...September 11th, 2012 | Tips of the Trade | Read More
Updates to VenueSeen are making it easier for users to manage Instagram accounts directly from its dashboard. Until last week, VenueSeen notified businesses when people shared location-specific photos, comments, tips, or reviews online via Instagram, Foodspotting and Foursquare, but didn’t allow...July 3rd, 2012 | Announcements | Read More