Category Archives: Social Media
It is safe to say that in your life as a social media pro, you will more than likely encounter a social media crisis. It’s just the way it goes. Social media is such an uncontrolled space where anyone can … Continue reading →
Are you tearing people down with negativity or raising them up in positivity? This Christian blog post focuses on positive steps to take to make the world a better place and how to invest your time wisely.
Inspirational post where Marji J. Sherman explains how she beat the odds to graduate from college when doctors told her it would never be possible.
Hey! Welcome to the craziest crisis that seems to touch any and every business in the world right now. Suddenly, email inboxes are being flooded with what company you’ve ever engaged with is doing to make sure their employees and … Continue reading →
Social media fads are born every second and leave just as fast. You have brands that have no business being on snapchat trying to copy other brands that actually have an audience/reason to be there, you have brands trying to … Continue reading →
Lessons, coping skills, and leadership skills learned throughout Marji J. Sherman’s 28 years of life.
I almost deleted my Facebook this week (still might), which is a pretty big play for someone who makes her living off of creating strategies for networks like, you guessed it, Facebook. It wasn’t because of the popular politics bantering, … Continue reading →
Gone are the days of effortlessly tapping into every third-party conversation with some quip about your brand and calling it a social media strategy. As digital has evolved, social media has been forced to grow up right along with it. … Continue reading →
Being primarily a creative at heart, content strategies have always been my favorite strategies to write. Before paid social media existed (I know, I’m old), a brand’s content had to be stellar or it was not going anywhere. I feel … Continue reading →
Social media has transformed from a place that was slowly losing momentum and rarely having honest conversations anymore, to a media that the world cannot live without since it is providing hopeful stories from around the world, CDC updates, ways to find therapists during this time, etc. Social media is no longer a byline, but a lifeline.