Introducing: Gather & Give

Posted on: 11/17/16

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How do people always get those perfect pictures for Instagram? Why are some Snapchat stories so much better than others? What is Facebook Live even about?

As a social business consultancy, it’s our job to know how to do these things, and we do our best to help others make the most of their time on social media. We’ve done this through quarterly updates on social media news, best practices, as well as tutorials on how brands can benefit from the latest updates. Now, we’re going to take that one step further.

We all know, Thanksgiving is a time of giving and togetherness, but it’s also a little bit of a competition on social media. Who had the best meal? Which family had the most fun? That’s where we come in. We want everyone to know that your family is the best, and our tutorials will help you do just that.

How do you get in on the ground floor? Be where we live. Check us out across our social media channels (links below), and we’ll give you what you need to crush your Thanksgiving on social.

See you Monday for Gather & Give!

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