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Make the Most of Your Timeline Cover

By on Apr 22, 2013 in Blog, Social Media Trends, The Mahan Group |

Learn some basics about the Facebook Timeline Cover image.

Should You Invest Your Time In Social Networks?

By on Feb 28, 2013 in Blog |

There are so many options and possibilities today to market your business online. If you are running a small business or non-profit, your time is precious, and so are your resources.

Billion Here – Billion There – Now We’re Talking Real Money

By on Jan 5, 2013 in Blog |

Do You Know What Your Elected Representatives in Washington Are Doing To Protect Your Tax Dollars? Billions can come and go on Capitol Hill and our representatives are unphased (and re-elected). Please join me in holding our Congressmen’s feet to the fiscal fire (U.S. Senators too) as they enter into negotiations on the debt ceiling and budget. Click on the images below and find the contact information for your elected representatives in Washington. Or just watch the video below that shows your money (and your kids’ financial future…) come and go!...

Hanging from the Fiscal Cliff

By on Jan 2, 2013 in Blog |

While it was the right thing to do as time ran out, passing the tax “reform” without addressing spending has not given voters/taxpayers any more confidence in their elected leaders. It would also not have been right let let elected representatives off the hook by allowing automatic spending reductions across the board.

Romney Clinches Delegates for GOP Nomination

By on May 30, 2012 in Blog |

Now that the Republican candidate has been decided – let’s all attempt to have an intelligent debate on the differences between President Obama’s policies and achievements and those that Gov. Mitt Romney promotes. Both candidates have self-made wealth and power, so let’s take that discussion off the table. Who is going to  lead us into an economic recovery and inspire Americans to believe in the future of their children?  Which of these men is capable of making the policy changes needed to give businesses the confidence to hire back the American employees they have lost? Who is willing to require those in power, be they business, labor, or government leaders –  to abandon the status quo, and make the tough choices needed to break this cycle of over-spending taxpayer dollars and burying our country in debt? I will be expressing my opinions on these...

Google+ vs. Pinterest

By on Apr 12, 2012 in Blog, Social Media Trends |

Hubspot is right on target with their analysis of the latest popular social media networks – Google + and Pinterest. Internet marketing enthusiasts are always interested in an emerging network that gets a lot of attention.  But the data shows that some social media networks are just meant to be social – not commercial.  It takes a team of dedicated internet marketing professionals to know how to tap the latest greatest and turn it into a marketing opportunity. Both Google+ and Pinterest have made the news recently as the darlings of internet consumers.  Both have benefits and drawbacks, as outlined in a recent Hubspot analysis. What they have in common is a significant following in a younger demographic that cannot be ignored. Pinterest appeals mostly to women and Google+ to men.  Google+ has a larger following, but users don’t stay on the site very long.  Pinterest...