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Happy Holidays!

It’s that time of year again… Winter is here and Trinity Applied Internet is sending warmest wishes your way for a joyful and safe holiday season. Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. The development team at Trinity Applied Internet would like to wish you a wonderful holiday season and a prosperous 2012. […]

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9 Tips for Your LinkedIn Company Page

Maybe you have heard about the relatively new LinkedIn Company Updates? These updates are a huge step toward engagement of your company brand on LinkedIn, something that has been missing from the platform for quite a while. Enabling your company updates allows you to specify who can post for your company (as long as they […]

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Facebook Fan Page

You have been hearing about how your business needs to get ‘social’. You already have a personal Facebook page, but you’re wondering how to set up a Facebook Page for your business?  Believe me, you aren’t the only one asking! Before we begin discussing the steps to creating a fully functional Facebook Page for your […]

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Social Media Profiles and SEO Ranking Revealed

SEO experts everywhere, including SearchEngineWatch.com and Technorati are recommending the use of social media profiles as ways to increase traffic, dominate SERPs with mad Google juice and expand your brand reach. But is a ‘go forth and multiply’ approach alone successful with these myriad of social profiles, or is a strategy also important? While most businesses are […]

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Make Corporate Branding Personal

Corporate Branding “Hearts and minds first, wallets later” – this quote from a post on brand strategy by BiG, popped out at me as I was reading about corporate branding. It isn’t enough these days to just have a good product or service. You have to get your customers to fall madly in love with […]

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Reno-Tahoe WordCamp 2011

WordCamp was packed with informative and entertaining presentations, humor, and a community call to action this year!  Not to mention the many local and travelling WordCamp-ers who were eager to share stories and ideas and meet up with other interested parties. Several of the TAI team were in attendance, but for Rachel and I it […]

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