Posts Tagged:bloggers


Bricks and Clicks: Future of Grocery

Written by Kayla Domeyer Nielsen recently released a 2015 report titled “The Future of Grocery”. In the report, Nielsen reveals data collected across the globe that details grocery shopper’s current habits, future desires and how stores might make the best consumer experience they can. The report focuses heavily on e-commerce and brick-and-mortar interests. Data reveals…

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Halloween Candy: Not Just For Eating

Consumers spent an estimated $2.2 billion on Halloween candy in 2014 and almost $2 billion on decorations for the October holiday. That makes for some happy kids and festive doorsteps! Check out these 5 creative uses for Halloween candy sure to spark some 2015 Halloween décor inspiration. Candy Covered Pumpkin (from Brie Brie Blooms) Pumpkin…

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How To Use Promoted Pins

Written by Ericka Chatman  You should know by now that Pinterest is an excellent source of traffic for bloggers especially if the images are pin worthy. I’m sure you’ve read numerous articles stating how to use Pinterest, how to create “pin-worthy” images, and how to organize your boards. Today I’ll teach you how to use…

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Ideas to Make July 4th Sparkle

As July 4th approaches, we have some amazing content from our Social Fabric community members. From desserts and drink creations to dinner on the grill, we have everything you need to make the perfect treats for your family or to take to a holiday party. Enjoy your 4th and make your event truly sparkle with…

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Celebrate Father’s Day the SoFab Way!

Father’s Day will be here before we know it. This year it falls on Sunday, June 21st! Are you ready to pamper the Dad in your lives? Our Social Fabric community of bloggers has found many great ways to celebrate the fathers in their lives. Check out some of these wonderful posts that show great…

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Benchmarks for Great Social Content

In nearly every conversation that has ever happened regarding internet metrics, the conversation invariably turns to one single question: Are my numbers “good?” We may be talking about a Social Media Manager attempting to explain why they have 500,000 Facebook Fans, when a competitor has 1 million, or a blogger questioning whether 100 shares and…

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Have a SoFab Mother’s Day!

I’ll never forget my first Mother’s Day! My daughter was 5 months old, so she was too young to make me something, but it was a terrific day filled with family fun that I won’t forget! As my daughter got older and two more daughters joined the family, I have gotten some beautiful hand made…

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Would You Rather Use a Network or Connect with a Community?

Influencer marketing companies abound. Some simply serve banner ads to blog sites while others allow you to rent a blogger or manage blogger content in a self-service model. According to Oxford Dictionaries, a community is “a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals.” Run by influencers for…

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Diversity with Bloggers & Brands: Part 1

Written by Ericka Chatman Part One of a Two-Part Series The world of blogging has changed drastically, and a lot of bloggers who first started off sharing stories about their day-to-day life are now making a living blogging. Some of these bloggers have turned their blogs into lucrative businesses and only work directly with big…

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