15 Social Media Trends to Watch Out For In 2015

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By Courtney Graziano, Director of Saint Digital, The Saint Consulting Group 1. Value over spam Yes, you should post frequently but that doesn’t mean you should post frequent inconsequential ramblings. In our now now now world, attention span is non-existent. The average American has an attention span of eight seconds. To put that in perspective: goldfish have a longer attention … Read More

FREE Webinar – New Technology and Tools in Land Use Campaigns

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Saint Consulting will be offering six Webinars in 2015 covering some of our most requested topics. Our second topic will be New Technology and Tools in Land Use Campaigns presented by Courtney Graziano and Patrick Fox on February 24, 2015. This Webinar will cover how social media, digital tools and fast moving technology is increasing effectiveness, speed and efficiency of … Read More

Developers: Use Pinterest to Drive Online Engagement

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Seth Cargiuolo Chief Knowledge Officer / Director, Digital Strategy So, unless you’ve been trapped under a rock for the past month or two, you’ve probably heard of Pinterest, the new social media darling that has made headlines for its explosive growth. Further, everyone from bloggers to retailers to businesses have noticed that Pintrest is now referring more traffic than many … Read More

Can Social Media Be a Savior For Real Estate Developers? asks Dave Jacobs

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There are myriad ways social media can have a dramatic impact for commercial real estate developers keen on putting their project in the most favorable light for both township commissioners and citizens who are on the fence about whether or not to support a new development in their community.

Social Media tips for developers, Part 3: focus on Quality, not Quantity

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Whether you’re using Facebook, Twitter, another network, or a combination of them all, your communications strategy needs to be focused on demonstrating to your audience that you are trustworthy, sensitive to their concerns, and willing to add value to their community.