The Nitty Gritty of Social Media: What Social Media Managers Do For You

Chloe Reynolds Advertising, Blogging, Facebook, Marketing, Pinterest, Promotion, Social Media, Twitter

During one of many occupational crises I’ve experienced in college as I frantically tried to figure out what I wanted to do for the rest of my life during the allotted four years, one potential career path I came upon was social media. This seemed like a good way to go, it was standard work hours and I’d spend my …

Managers on Social Media Sites

Melissa Meschke Business, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Marketing, Pinterest, Social Media, Twitter, Uncategorized

Here at Michigan Creative, we are often asked about how you control managers on social media sites. It is an important question to ask-how do you, as the owner, control who has access to what? How do you insure that your sites won’t be hacked or deleted by disgruntled employees? Sound ridiculous? Well, it really does happen, which is why it’s important to …

London Pop-up Restaurant, The Picture House, Winning at Social Media

Brian Town Business, Facebook, Instagram, Marketing, Michigan, Michigan Creative, Photography, Promotion, Social Media, Twitter

How often do you go on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and see your feed littered with mouthwatering pictures of your friend’s meals? Usually I end up getting so hungry, I close my laptop and run to the pantry. Every time I eat out nowadays, it isn’t hard to spot half the clientele snapping pictures as soon as their food arrives.  …

Benefits of Managing Social Media for your Business Yourself

Melissa Meschke Business, Facebook, Marketing, Michigan Creative, Social Media, Twitter

Wait, but don’t you sell social media management services? Yes, in fact we do, and that can be effective too. That being said, the best way to get the most out of your social media is to manage it yourself or internally within the company. Of course businesses like Michigan Creative can effectively manage your social media. We can help you …

Samsung’s Genius Oscars Sponsorship

Melissa Meschke Marketing, Social Media, Twitter

If you watched the Oscars or even if you didn’t, you most likely know about Samsung’s sponsorship for the program. The phone brand negotiated a genius and incredibly effective sponsorship contract with the 2014 awards show. The company purchased five minutes of ad time, costing them an estimated $18 million dollars. It was also reported by WSJ that Samsung had 10 large-sized Samsung television sets, …