An Interesting Use of Twitter

By Raney Day Design / December 12, 2013 / 0 Comments

  Last week, I watched the live premiere (Black Carpet) of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug in Hollywood, California.  Besides the fact that I love the movies and the actors, I noticed the live stream of tweets at the bottom of the screen.  Not paying attention to some of the things that people were…

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My Life As An Intern

By Raney Day Design / November 21, 2013 / 0 Comments

Associate Marketing Intern; that’s my official title.  However, I like to think myself as a friend and personal assistant extraordinaire to Jennifer Raney-Sakowski, owner of Raney Day Design.  My job?  To organize contacts, create lists (lots of lists), send out emails, and write blogs.  It’s been a very interesting experience since the end of August.…

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How to Utilize Facebook

By Raney Day Design / November 19, 2013 / 0 Comments

I have Facebook for my business, but how do I best utilize it?  Don’t worry!  We’re here to give pointers on how to best use your Facebook page for your business! Have regular posting day where you make general announcements; like when a new product is coming out, business events, or special sales. Share pictures…

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A Single Business Owner Using Social Media

By Raney Day Design / November 13, 2013 / 0 Comments

It used to be very hard for a single business owner to promote his business in anywhere but the papers.  Now, with social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Youtube), it’s easy for anybody to advertise your business.  Make a Facebook page to explain your product and services; have a Twitter account to get acquainted with…

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A Blog About Blogging

By Raney Day Design / November 6, 2013 / 0 Comments

A blog?  When I first heard the word, I was pretty sure it was made up.  I was not sure what blogging was until I saw Julie & Julia, then I began to understand.  What is a blog?  A blog can be several pages to only a few paragraphs describing what you do, what you enjoy,…

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