Social Media Myth 2: It’s Okay To Have the Same Content

Managing social media sites is time consuming, especially if you are a small business with not an excessive amount of employees. Often times the owner of a company is the one managing the social media and it gets lost in the shuffle of business meetings and bill writing. In order to continue their online presence, […]

Social Media Myth 1: Be Everywhere!

New social media sites come out all the time. In fact, just this January Twitter launched a new video-sharing mobile application called Vine that has reached 13 million users on the iPhone alone! It is important as a business not to hop on these platforms immediately  but to really take the time to think “will this […]

Breaking Down Social Media Myths

There are a lot of myths out there about social media. This week I am going to spend time breaking down five common myths about social media. They are the following: 1. You have to be on all social networks—they’re basically all the same. 2. It’s okay to have the same content on all of your […]

Launching a Social Media Presence

At Nextfly we work alongside a lot of small businesses to help them establish their online presence. One of the first questions we ask while developing the initial design of a website is is if a client has social media accounts that they’d like to integrate. Often these companies don’t have a presence and, since […]

The iPhone Home Screen Cleanse

After writing my blog article last week about my iPhone’s home screen, I was met with a lot of criticism from friends. “You have groups on your home screen?!” … “It’s that too much?!” I replied with “Well, I use all of them – leave me alone!” But then I thought about it – do I really use all of […]

Internet April Fools

On April Fools Day, loads of people around you might try their hand at a prank or two. Maybe it’s your teacher assigning you a “pop quiz” or your sister telling you she found your “birth certificate” that says you are adopted. You think you might be safe looking something up on Google or searching […]

The Day I Unplugged

Last week in my most recent blog post I challenged myself to “unplug for the day” this weekend. The guidelines were clearly defined as the following: 1. Avoid technology. 2. Connect with loved ones. 3. Nurture your health. 4. Get outside. 5. Avoid commerce. 6. Light candles. 7. Drink wine. 8. Eat bread. 9. Find silence. […]

Unplug for a Day

March 1st-2nd was the National Day of Unplugging in the United States. This campaign was launched with the idea that we miss out on important events because we spend hours utilizing our digital devices to Tweet, Facebook and Instagram everything we do. Surprisingly, I missed out on finding out about this event because I obviously […]