On Tuesday September 24th, Dan Shure spoke to the Newport Interactive Marketing audience at Salvation Cafe about how to create content and engage in effective search engine optimization (SEO). Here are the highlights of his talk: Seven Challenges to Content I don’t know what to write about I keep talking about the same thing There’s […]
About Suzanne McDonald
Award-winning CEO, former Boston Globe Journalist, Suzanne McDonald builds community-driven and purposeful brands -- Angles & Insights, Newport Interactive Marketing, Sea Rose Montessori Co-op School -- and ideates large & small brands' innovative campaigns.
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Entries by Suzanne McDonald
NIM Founder and Designated Editor Founder Suzanne McDonald and Dacia Daly from the Tick Encounter Research Center, have put in a proposal to speak at SXSW Interactive 2014. Their talk, “Ticks vs. Humans: Can Social Media Crush Pathogens,” discusses how college interns and professionals in social media and public health collaborated on a pilot research […]
On Tuesday, August 13th, WordPress expert Matt Medeiros highlighted “Must-Have WordPress Plugins” to the Newport Interactive Marketers audience at the International Yacht Restoration School. To better understand the difference, Matt explained the relationship between a website, WordPress, and plugins in this analogy: Website : iPhone WordPress : iOs software Plugins : Apps Before installing, make […]
On Tuesday, July 24th, #NIMRI hosted its annual networking event on the rooftop of Hotel Viking. Professionals from Rhode Island & across New England enjoyed a summer evening in Newport & connected with new faces. A big thanks to the staff at Hotel Viking for making the event possible!
On Tuesday, June 25th, a panel of four local professionals spoke at the launch party for AIBPconnect at The Firehouse Theater. Each panelist explained how the project has the potential to grow the Newport economy and improve the quality of life for residents and business owners—NIM is recognized as a great center of leadership to […]
Ana Raynes of Inceptor was spreading secrets this May about ways to hook your followers through social media. Because of Ana’s agency background, she was able to enlighten audiences on many ways to obtain ROI through simple strategies of social media. A native of Colombia, educated in fashion design at the London College of Fashion, […]
Missed March’s NIM Analyzing Google Analytics? Jay Murphy dug into Google Analytics, showing NIM attendees how they can see who is coming to their websites and engaging with them. With this valuable information, brands can provide more specific information that attracts a greater number of followers. Why it’s important to know who is following […]
These days, whether it’s Google+ or SEO, the concept of authorship is abuzz. Award-winning book coach Lisa Tener shares her strategies, tips, and insights to a packed room. Writing a book isn’t for everyone — but many people who think they’re not writers find out that they have a book in them after all. This […]
In February, website developer Francisco Samuel explained to NIM what we’re doing right, wrong, and what we could be doing better. We learned how to avoid being overcharged on development, domains, and hosting. We also found out the secrets to search engine optimization with quick tips on how to enhance your website without getting cheated out […]
Why should you think and create multimedia? Data and metrics increasingly spotlight multimedia: YouTube is the #2 search engine. Pinterest’s unique visitors increased by 2,702.2% between May 2011 and November 2012, according to Ultralinx. According Visual.ly, Instagram hit 80 million users and counting in August 2012. According to Facebook’s best practices, “posts including a photo album, a […]