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Cyber Bullying: More Than Just an Elementary School Problem

Cyber Bullying: More Than Just an Elementary School Problem

Social media can a wonderful tool for connecting communities and spreading news. But there is also vicious side to it that has been on the rise.  Cyberbullying can be a difficult term to define. The definition includes mean messages or threats, spreading rumors,...

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Step Up Your Font Game With These 3 Simple Tips

Step Up Your Font Game With These 3 Simple Tips

The task of picking fonts can be overwhelming. Selecting a typeface that represents your company’s voice while still expressing a fun personality can be difficult - even for the die-hard typography fan. We've put together 3 tips to help you make this seemingly simple...

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Social Media Resolutions for the New Year

Social Media Resolutions for the New Year

As we approach the new year, we've discussed a lot about how we can improve - both for our own social marketing and for the clients we represent. Since social media is constantly changing, we do our best to adapt and improve as the changes come. So, these resolutions...

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Social Media Safety: What NOT to Post

Social Media Safety: What NOT to Post

Social media is a great place to keep up on current events and reconnect with friends. We all enjoy the cute dog pictures and delicious recipes that fill our news feed, but there are a few things that may not be appropriate to post for the world to see. We suggest...

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7 Ways to Kick your Creative Block to the Curb

7 Ways to Kick your Creative Block to the Curb

  When it comes to marketing and design, creativity is key. So what do you do when you've hit the creative wall? We've come up with 7 different ways to get the ball rolling. 1. The more the merrier! Coming up with new and innovative ideas can be a challenge, so don't...

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Let’s Talk About Writing for Social Media

Let’s Talk About Writing for Social Media

When we're creating content for our social media posts, we focus a lot on the "voice" of the client. Many of our clients are healthcare clients. The voice of the typical healthcare client is more professional and clinical than a brand like Target or Taco Bell's voice...

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Getting Personal | Facebook Privacy : Photos

Getting Personal | Facebook Privacy : Photos

Facebook is an amazing tool that allows us to make connections with new acquaintances and stay connected to friends and family. What happens when our privacy is violated though? Today, we're going to get down to the nitty-gritty about protecting your personal photos....

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Blank Space

Blank Space

Though we know Taylor wasn't singing about graphic design or web development, we're happy to have a soundtrack for this important topic: Blank Space More commonly referred to as "White Space" in a design context, leaving white space in a brochure, website, poster,...

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Get Smart about Design and Copyright Laws

Get Smart about Design and Copyright Laws

Today, we are one Google search away from any work, art piece, or design that has ever been published on the web. If you are a working artist, there is a good chance that you have advertised or sold your work over a website. With this mass public space that is...

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Keeping your brand “social” on social media

Keeping your brand “social” on social media

Here at Duo, we are firm believers that one of the reasons social media marketing is so effective for a brand is that it provides an opportunity for a consumer/client to create a "relationship" with a brand. People don't go on social media because they want to be sold...

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