At Onsharp, we love seeing local companies, people, and groups taking part in the latest social media trends. To show our appreciation and love, we choose one stellar social media account to highlight in our High Five Friday series every othe rweek. These accounts may excel because they used an awesome hashtag, have a stellar online presence, or are really good at interacting with their followers on social. This week, we’re choosing to highlight Concordia College‘s Men’s Basketball team for taking part in the latest trend, the Mannequin Challenge.
It’s Thursday! Thursdays bring many great things – like looking forward to Friday, $5 movies for college students, and the ever-wonderful #ThrowbackThursday on social media platforms. To many, using #ThrowbackThursday (aka: #TBT) is simply a fun way to bring up old memories, share embarrassing photos, or to show the progress they’ve made toward a given goal.
At Onsharp, we love seeing when others use digital marketing and social media to positively impact their business or the community. So, every other week we like to give a shout out to an area business, person, or cause who has gone above and beyond on social media. This week, we’re giving our virtual high five to Office Sign Company, also known as Fargo’s go-to place for all their signage needs. Let’s take a look at what makes them awesome:
We been talking about Search Engine Optimization a lot lately. We covered what it is and how the MozBar can help you reach your SEO goals. Now, we’re going to show you how you can get the MozBar in under one minute. Take a look:
As we’ve mentioned, blogging is a great resource in your content marketing strategy. But, did you know that actually writing the blog is only one part of having it be a knockout way of getting more traffic? Take a look at the slides below to learn more about how you can really make an impact with your blog content – it’ll only take you five minutes! How to Optimize Your Blog for SEO from Onsharp If you’re ready to learn about blogging and how to incorporate it into your content strategy, contact us today.
If you’ve been reading our blogs, you know we have a lot of resources when it comes to annual content calendars and other content marketing topics. Looking for some more inspiration for your content? Take a look at the slides below and see why it’s important to include things like holidays and observances into your content strategy.
We covered the basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in this blog, but if you’re more of a visual learner, we have just what you’re looking for! Take a look at the deck below to get a run-through of SEO and how you can make it work for your website.
Today, we’re giving a high five to the businesses and volunteers of Fargo-Moorhead who devoted part of their day to helping seniors in our community with projects in and around their residencies during the 25th Annual Day of Caring yesterday. Thanks to the United Way of Cass Clay, 470 seniors were positively impacted.
When you’re developing an SEO strategy, it’s important to have all of your bases covered, whether it’s updating your meta descriptions or ensuring you have enough keywords in your content. One of our favorite tools to use when conducting an SEO site review for any given website project is the MozBar tool, a Google Chrome extension from Moz. With MozBar, you can search for keywords on any page, research different types of links available on your site, and more.
It’s Instagram‘s 6th birthday today! To celebrate, the #TeamOnsharp Digital Marketing Team decided to compile a list of some of our favorite Instagram accounts to follow. But first, let’s take a look at some quick facts about Instagram:
We’re thrilled to welcome Kate Henagin to Onsharp as the new Sales Director for Posterboard. Originally from Pierz, Minnesota, Kate graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead with a degree in Philosophy.
Since the movie Fargo and the TV show Fargo have been produced, a perception of what people are like around here has been developed: laden in fuzzy down parkas, braced against the cold as we unconsciously exclaim “uffdah!” at any given moment, and drawing out our vowels when we talk. Ya, you betcha.
When it comes to social media and events, taking offline conversation online can make all the difference for engagement. Encouraging attendees to share insights and connect with others digitally opens up another way for participants to connect with one another. And what’s more, individuals who may not be able to physically be at the event can follow the conversation via social media, expanding the overall reach and broadcast of an event as a whole. The team behind @FargoConnect knows and embraces this, which is why they’ve earned this week’s #HighFiveFriday.
Twitter lists are a great resource. We’ve covered why you should be using Twitter lists and how to find them, so now we’re going to go over how to create them. Check out the video below to see how you can make a brand new Twitter list for yourself! If you’re interested in seeing how to utilize Twitter in your social media strategy, contact us today.
In case you haven’t heard, Twitter launched an app called the Twitter Dashboard this past June. The free app, which is accessible via desktop or on any iOS 9.0 or later device, was created so that businesses of any size (particularly small businesses) can take advantage of some great features other Twitter-related tools already have to offer – without breaking the bank. Recently, Twitter began rolling the dashboard out to all users.
As content marketers, we generate a lot of unique, original content. And most of the time, the creative juices are flowing enough that coming up with content is easy. But, no matter how good we are, we all have those days. Those days filled with moments of quiet frustration and staring at our computer screens. So, we search Google for the latest viral hit to use as inspiration. (What really caused Chewbacca mom to take over the internet? We may never know.) It’s times like these where marketers wish they had some sort of cheat sheet full of content marketing ideas and strategies […]
From the classic Pudder to the signature Apollo, Erberts & Gerberts in Fargo-Moorhead was gifted with the art of making a good sandwich. If you follow them on social media (and if you don’t you definitely should), you’ll also know that their talents don’t stop at carving out the perfect amount of guts from your sandwich. Let’s take a look at what makes them a great sandwich shop in the digital world, too, for this week’s #HighFiveFriday: