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YouTube Copyright Claims Aren’t a Video Death Sentence

Note: While this blog comments of fair use policy, it should not be considered legal advice. After hours of painstaking edits, you can finally see the finish line of your big video project. Immaculate cuts and color correction create stunning visuals. You managed to find just the right balance between informational and humorous tones. All […] Read more

Snappy TV: Your Real-Time Marketing Tool

Recently we wrote a blog post on real-time content marketing with a focus on Facebook Live. Real-time marketing is a great way for your brand to connect with audiences in an authentic way, and it is becoming a major part of all social media platforms. Today we bring another great resource to help you with […] Read more

Aug, 08, 2016

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Pokemon Go Is a Digital Marketing Must

Pokemon Go presents a huge opportunity for digital marketers like us at Stand and Stretch. Everyone — from fully-grown adults like our fearless leader, Lucas Shaffer, to his six-year-old son — found themselves swept up in the craze. The mobile app hit the market July 6th and the world lost its mind. Harnessing some combination of technology, […] Read more

Email Retargeting Provides Precision

Tired of sending mass email after mass email? We don’t just want to ‘blast’ your services and products into outer ‘email’ space. We’ve always brought you the best and most advanced technology when advertising, so here is our latest: Email Retargeting. If you missed our latest Sit And Learn Webinar about this amazingly ‘creepy’ service, […] Read more

Locations from Facebook Gives You Page Control

Managing your business’ social presence is fun. Until it’s cumbersome. Success usually means growth, and growth means more balls in the air. We at Stand and Stretch have been growing and we now operate our business from three physical locations. This is great news for our clients, but it does mean more social media pages […] Read more

Real-Time Content: What It Means for Digital Marketing

The Game of Thrones finale aired Sunday June 26 with a record 8.9 million viewers and a live plus same day rating of 4.4. It has already surpassed last year’s finale, which was pretty popular itself. The season 5 finale landed the number one spot on Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings weekly top 10 series list. […] Read more

Why Digital Ad “Losses” Aren’t Truly Lost

Digital ad revenues are on the rise. So much so, that within just a few years, their already impressive budgets are slated to DOUBLE. According to a study put together by Juniper Research, Worldwide Digital Advertising: 2016-2020, in 2020 dollars earned will reach $285 billion. That’s huge. That means more brands are going online, more […] Read more

Geofilters: A Must for Snapchat Users

Are your snaps missing something? Geofilters offer a splash of color that goes a long way. These little gems do more than just change the lighting of your photos. Geofilters add flare to your Snapchat game. Stamp your story with artwork showcasing a specific location or event to let everyone know what’s happening. Few social […] Read more

Freelancing is Changing the Game … And the Quality of Work

“So you have a part-time job?” – that is the two most common, yet mostly untrue – stereotype associated with freelancing. Yes, freelancing, the location-free way to work. (I emphasize WORK here; no it’s not a far-off goal to get paid while Netflixing and watching snacks.) But it’s anything but part-time. Unlike telecommuting, which allows […] Read more

How to Spot an Outdated Digital Advertiser

Experts say you can date a world map based (mostly) on geographical names. For example, is Constantinople on the map or is Istanbul? Are Austria and Hungary two separate countries, Austria-Hungary, or the Austrian Empire? In a similar fashion, you can date a digital advertiser by whether or not they think meta keywords are important. […] Read more

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