Taking Your Brand Online

May 20, 2014

Taking Your Brand Online By: Ashley Wiederhold The Internet is really quite a fascinating space. You can find virtually any piece of information that you may need online—and this includes information about companies that you may be considering working with. Anyone, at any time, can do a quick Google search of a business name and […]

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Welcome to the new addisonwhitney.com

October 15, 2013

After months of preparation, dedication and hard work, Addison Whitney is delighted to officially announce the launch our newly designed website, www.addisonwhitney.com. The new website is clean, colorful and a stronger representation of our brand. Our goal is to provide our visitors with an extremely user friendly site that clearly communicates who we are and […]

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The Social Media Games: How Twitter is Affecting the Olympics

August 01, 2012

Going into this year’s Summer Olympics in London, most people knew that social media was going to play a larger role in the games than it ever had in previous Olympics. Ever since the winter games in Vancouver two years ago the use of social media has boomed around the world. More and more people […]

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Google This and Google That

January 10, 2012

There are certain brands that fascinate me and I can never learn enough about them. Google is one of those brands. I recently finished Douglas Edwards’ book “I’m Feeling Lucky: The Confessions of Google Employee Number 59” and I can’t stop talking about it. Just ask my coworkers – it’s been Google does this and […]

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How Social Media Can Help Branding

August 22, 2011

Social media is a great way to help promote a brand because of convenience and connection. Social networks are unlike other marketing platforms because they offer brands an easy access to target audiences, and the ability to maintain online relationships. An online brand profile allows a company to introduce its brand identity, and make the […]

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Blogger, Picasa succumb to Google’s rebranding

July 08, 2011

The media world has yet to stop buzzing about Google’s intriguing new social network, named the Google+ project. It only seems right to follow up on our last post with recent news about some of Google’s most valuable website possessions — and how Google+ plays into the equation. Mashable.com announced this week that Google has […]

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Google+: social networking suicide?

July 06, 2011

Google is a big part of many people’s daily Internet routines. They check their e-mails on Gmail, find directions on Google Maps, and use its namesake search engine multiple times a day. But there is one digital arena that Google has failed to succeed in, and that is social networking. After Google’s 2010 flop with […]

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Tag, You’re It!

May 16, 2011

Facebook recently introduced a subtle change and for once it won’t change the appearance of your news feed. Facebook introduced a new feature that allows users to identify people or objects that have their own Facebook Pages. Previously, users could only tag their friends. Now users can tag celebrities or public figures they meet or […]

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The Many Faces of Google

July 14, 2010

I don’t know about you, but for some reason it always makes my day when Google features one of their custom logos. For those of you that have managed to miss this occurrence, don’t worry. You’re bound to catch one eventually. While usually these alternative logos are in celebration of holidays and historic events, Google […]

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Twitter is watching you.

May 13, 2010

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Although Animal Farm is one of my favorite novels, George Orwell really annoyed me with 1984. Well, just kidding, I really liked that book too. I was just bitter that he picked my birth year to predict a totalitarian world where privacy and civil rights didn’t exist anywhere. I mean, I thought 1984 was […]

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