Fiore Feed Small Business and Marketing Update (8/19)

August 19, 2016


Every Friday, our team reviews the best articles of the week on a variety of topics related to business, grammar, social media, marketing and communication. In this week’s picks, you’ll find tips on how to be efficient at work, great tools for social media marketers and more.

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Fiore Feed Small Business and Marketing Update (8/12)

August 12, 2016


Every Friday, our team reviews the best articles of the week on a variety of topics related to business, grammar, social media, marketing and communication. In this week’s picks, you’ll find pieces of jargon you should cut out of your writing, how to avoid being sued because of your social media posts and more.

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Fiore Feed Small Business and Marketing Update (8/5)

August 05, 2016


Every Friday, our team reviews the best articles of the week on a variety of topics related to business, grammar, social media, marketing and communication. In this week’s picks, you’ll find guidance on creating better email newsletters, revamping your professional writing skills and more.

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Fiore Feed Small Business and Marketing Update (7/29)

July 29, 2016


Every Friday, our team reviews the best articles of the week on a variety of topics related to business, grammar, social media, marketing, communication and more. In this week’s picks, you’ll find guidance on how to write better content, win new clients, engage with fans on social media and more.

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Don’t Judge a Millennial by their Reputation

April 06, 2016


The millennial generation. They’re lazy, self-absorbed, entitled and have a weak work ethic. If you still believe these stereotypes, you might want to shift your thinking. While these negative traits might hold true for some millennials, there are far more millennials who prove the stereotype wrong, and prove you can’t judge an individual solely by their birth year.

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The Power of Pinterest: How I Became the Pinterest Queen

April 06, 2016


I’ve always been a huge fan of social media. I was known for my excessive tweeting in high school, and I’ve always been a very active Instagram, Facebook and Vine user. I’ve tried just about every social media platform – except Pinterest. Although my friends have Pinterest accounts and rave about the platform, it never appealed to me. I’ve never been much of a cook, and crafting isn’t high on my priority list.

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Where Everyone Knows Your Name: The Benefits of Interning for a Small Business

I can’t tell you my boss’s Starbucks order. However, I can tell you that he always buys Breakfast Blend K-Cups for the office kitchen. And, yes, the K-Cups are, as well as the sugar and everything else in the kitchen that’s coffee-related, up for grabs. Not having to deliver my boss’s coffee may seem like a small detail, but it’s just one of the many benefits of interning with a small company.

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5 Tips for Getting Your Business on Pinterest

February 12, 2016


Pinterest is one of social media’s most popular platforms with more than 100 million users worldwide. But is its pin-and-share style a good fit for businesses trying to build online relationships with their target audience?

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The 5 Most-Read Fiore Feed Articles from 2015

Every week, our team reviews the best online articles we can find on a variety of topics related to business, grammar, social media, marketing, communication and more and deliver the best five to your inbox every Friday afternoon with the Fiore Feed.

In 2015, it seems our readers were focused on minding their “P”s—professionalism, punctuation, productivity and pressure. In case you missed them, here are the five most-read articles we sent out this year.

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How to Create and Install a Website Favicon

December 11, 2015


What the heck is a favicon and how do I get one?

They are there every time you get online and visit your favorite websites, but you may have never even noticed them. Favicons, or favorite icons, are those small icons that, depending on your browser, may appear next to a website’s name or URL in the browser’s address bar, tab and/or bookmarks bar. They are usually logos or some other graphical representation of the company or organization.

Our favicon is a red “e.”

Because I’m using Google Chrome, favicons appear both in the browser tab and the bookmark bar.

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