How Technology Kicked A Los Angeles Dance Studio Into High GearStudio A Owner Bill Brown shares how technology recently boosted business, which opened on a shoestring budget in the early 1980s.
Why Your Customers Are Your Greatest Marketing AssetPARTNER CONTENT - From interacting with your social media to building brand awareness, customers advocate for your business in many ways.
Driving Consumer Engagement: CEO Shares Secrets To Reaching A Large AudienceWhat's Trending Founder Shira Lazar gives advice on how small business owners can engage consumers using personalized social media and video content.
Excessive Checking Of Social Media And Messages Leads To Stress, Study FindsEighty-six percent of adults in the U.S. said they constantly check email, text and social media, according to an American Psychological Association study.
Facebook Rolling Out new Feature Similar to Snapchat’s StoriesFacebook has adopted a Snapchat innovated feature.
4 Chicago Businesses Slaying Social MediaPARTNER CONTENT - These Chicago businesses have found their digital voices to connect with customers in the city and beyond.
Park Ridge Board Member Resigns After Tweets About Women's MarchOne tweet said: "Alas, the 300 million pound Women March provides a strong argument for doing away with women's suffrage."
Police: Man Using Social Media To Rob Northwest Side ResidentsA man is using social media to meet up with Northwest Side residents at their homes and rob them, according to police.
How To Tell A Story Through Your Company’s BrandingPARTNER CONTENT - Tell your company's story in a compelling way to make people care about your brand.
Social Media Advances Can Bring Online HorrorsIn a nation drawn to laptops and smartphones, the Facebook torture video has been unavoidable. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Company Standout: Being Weird Can Win You SalesTry going against the grain and do things a little different to show your small business is unlike others.
Study Finds Social Media Detrimental To Self Body ImageA study conducted on young women found that they regularly compare themselves to what they see on social media.

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